Welcome to the Voice of the Students
of St. Clair College Chatham Campus
TSI strives to provide students of Chatham Campus with an abundance of support, social, and advocacy services intended to enrich and complement their learning environment while at the school. Please feel free to come and see us anytime! We want to make your experience at Chatham Campus the best it can be! Let us know how we can help!GET STARTED NOW
How To Get Involved
All students are invited to get involved with Thames Students Inc. – as volunteers, Class Reps, in paid student positions and members. It’s great way to meet new people and have a hand in planning activities on campus. At this time of the year – the lead-up to the formation of next year’s TSI- Why not run for office? Being a member of the council is a paid position, providing not only a great opportunity to earn money, but to learn about how to run a large company as well! Joining TSI is just one of the many ways you can make the most of college life.
WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THAMES STUDENTS INC
Check out the daily events happening from wellness workshops, personal development, social and virtual events including paint nights, social media giveaways, and more! Get to know what’s happening in and around the St. Clair Chatham campus (virtually).
SHOP TSI SWAG
Calling Saints Nation! Represent St. Clair College Chatham campus with our huge selection of TSI swag including shirts, sweatpants, hats, branded school supplies, coffee mugs and more!
We know how hard this past year has been, especially for students. We want you to know that we are here for you Saints and want to offer you as much support and resources that we can. Our TSI Food Bank is available year-round and now has gone virtual! You can order online and pick up all items locally at our office on campus.
TSI MEMBERSHIP & ADVANTAGES
Class representatives, management of student centre, volunteer opportunities, employment opportunities, health plan Facilitators, distribution of student cards, entertainment and awareness programming; seed-money and special event funding of campus clubs; social media communications; giveaways and promotions; advocacy on postsecondary issues at the provincial and federal levels; consultative assistance for students’ disciplinary hearings, academic complaints and grade appeals; the operation of the campus food pantry; services and assistance to student-parents and their families; community outreach (including the support of local charities)