For the past week-and-a-half, flags at our campuses have been flying at half-mast as a symbol of honour and mourning for Queen Elizabeth the Second, who died on September 8th...at the age of 96...and after 70 years as the monarch of the United Kingdom and the head of the British Commonwealth.
There were snappy campaign slogans like Catch a Wave with WAC and Instagram posts that invited guests to use the hashtag #WACFromWayBack.
On Monday December 12, St. Clair College and the St. Clair College Alumni Association were recognized by the City of Windsor for being 2022 Community Champions.
St Clair College President Patti France participated in the weekend celebration and the unveiling of the Rosalie Trombley commemorative statue at the foot of McDougall Ave. above Windsor's Festival Plaza. President France joined Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens, Rosalie Trombley's family and Canadian Music Hall of Fame recording artist Burton Cummings for this special event.
College President Dr. Patti France was awarded the Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce's Lifetime Achievement Award
The evening's gala dinner and program included a tribute video to her work at the college and in the community.
Attending the gala were Patti's family members, College staff past and present, alumni, community leaders and businesses.
All of the St. Clair College family congratulate President France on this recognition.
Easter Seals Ontario (Windsor-Essex) is pleased to announce that its signature event, the Windsor-Essex 39th Annual Telethon, will return to St. Clair College.
Production on this year’s Telethon has already begun with pre-recorded segments being done inside the Student Life Centre at St. Clair College.
St. Clair College welcomed the community to join our students and staff for our 28th Annual Gourmet Food and Wine Gala this past Friday night, September 23rd.