Your Questions Answered | St. Clair College
Can I still apply for a program after the February 1st deadline?

Yes! As long as space remains in the program, you may apply for it. However, after February 1st, it’s first come, first serve so don’t delay, apply today. Popular programs fill up quickly.

What does it mean if I have been placed on a waitlist for a program I applied for?

You may be waitlisted for a program if there are more acceptable candidates than available seats. If any of the accepted applicants decline the offer of admission or fail to register, you may be called from the waitlist. The waitlist is for the term to which you applied; it is not carried over from one term or one application year to another. The Registrar’s Office will provide an applicant with their position on the waitlist should they inquire.

My Offer of Admission is Conditional, what does that mean?

An offer is made conditionally to students currently attending secondary school or currently enrolled in one or more admission requirements when applying.

If you are a student with a conditional acceptance to a limited-enrolment program, you will need to keep your grades above the minimum required average in certain courses or programs to finalize the acceptance. Applicants must satisfy all conditions prior to the first day of classes.

*Students with conditional offers still need to meet all confirmation or payment deadlines*

When do I confirm my offer of admission to guarantee my seat in the program?

May 1st or sooner. After this confirmation date, programs will fill on a first come, first served basis.

I was accepted into my program, what next?

You will be notified of the June 1st payment deadline. Once you have made payment, you will receive your MYST.CLAIR information which will give you access to your SIS account and email.

I applied to St. Clair College but have not heard anything yet.

Please contact the Registrar’s Office at or call 519-972-2759.

When is tuition due?

A Tuition deposit of $100 is due no later than June 1st. This will hold your spot in the program.

A student applying for OSAP can complete the OSAP Deferral form and pay a $100 Tuition deposit.

When can I apply for OSAP?

To ensure the OSAP funding is received at the start of your study period, students should apply as soon as possible. This is important for students requiring OSAP funding to pay their tuition.

How do I apply for OSAP?

The recommended method to apply for OSAP is on-line at If you require assistance, please visit: or email

What are tuition fees and ancillary fees for?

Students with fee inquiries can reference the Student Fee Structure online.

How would I get textbooks for my program?

There is a Campus Store to serve students, in-person and online.

Where do I obtain my St. Clair One/Blackboard password?

St. Clair College's new Identity Management System is branded St. Clair One. This will enable St. Clair students and staff to access college resources through Once applicants have been registered they will receive an email to activate their St. Clair One. This takes place 4-6 weeks prior to the start of classes.

If after attempting to utilize the St. Clair One Password Management Portal you are unable to access your accounts, please connect with the IT Help Desk:

When do I get my class schedule?

Class schedules will be released approximately one month prior to the start of classes and will be available through your SIS account. (Self Service – Enrollment – View my weekly schedule)

I missed my deadline to accept my offer and the offer has expired. Can I still accept the offer?

Applicants may still confirm their seat after the May 1st Expiry in cases where the program maximum has not been met. Confirmations will be accepted after May 1st on a first-come-first-served basis. Should program maximums be reached applicants who failed to confirm will be notified via email that they have been placed on a waitlist.

I missed my deadline to pay and my acceptance is expired. Can I be placed back in the program?

Applicants may still confirm their seat with payment after the payment deadline only in cases where the program maximum has not been met. Tuition payments will be accepted after the deadline on a first-come-first-served basis. Should the program maximum be reached, applicants who did not make their tuition deposit will be advised via email that they have been placed on a waitlist.

I am applying as a Mature Student.

If you are a Mature Student (nineteen years of age or older as of the first day of classes and do not have an OSSD or equivalent), you will be required to write an Admissions Test (Math and/or English) for all programs EXCEPT those that are oversubscribed OR if you can demonstrate the competency of the established required courses.

How do I enroll in Continuing Education classes?

A student can enroll in Continuing Education classes online.

To access the form and for more information please go to

I have an IEP, how do I book an appointment for an accommodation plan?

For questions or to book an appointment regarding Accessibility Services, please e-mail or call 519- 972-2727 ext. 4226.