STUDENT RESOURCES

 

IMPORTANT COVID-19 UPDATE

Financial Aid

St. Clair College’s Awards, Scholarships and Bursaries are some of the major sources of financial assistance available to students who are pursuing a post-secondary Education at the College. For more information Click Here

For more information, contact the Financial Aid Office at:
Room 134
1001 Grand Avenue West, Chatham
Tel: 519-354-9100
Fax: 519-354-6941

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Have you checked out the St. Clair College HealthPlex yet? If not then you don’t know what you’re missing! The staff at the HealthPlex are here to help you succeed. Take advantage of your free membership. With that membership, you gain access to our state-of-the-art Fitness Centre, suspended indoor track and double gymnasium, members also have access to Fitness Assessments, Individual Program Designs, an array of Group Exercise classes as well as many other services. Our trained and certified staff are here for you at no extra cost.
On top of our complimentary services, we also offer personal training at affordable rates and small group training to ensure all of our members can find exactly what they need.
For more information on membership types, fees and services, stop by for a tour or contact the HealthPlex at 519-354-9100 x3401.

As a St. Clair College student, you have access to Real Campus, which provides you with a mix of therapy, virtual doctor visits, lifestyle counselling, courses, tools and events to improve your wellness. Access recourses here.

CLASS REP MANUAL AND INFO

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TSI CLUBS MANUAL

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SCHOLARSHIPS

The St. Clair College Foundation seeks and obtains support from companies, organizations and individuals, to make a number of scholarships available to full-time St. Clair College students. For more information on Scholarships click here.

The St. Clair College Foundation manages the general Scholarship program for St. Clair College. For more information on Establishing a Scholarship Click Here

RENT-A-TENT

Rent-A-Text is about affordability. It provides you with the option of renting a new or used textbook for an academic term rather than purchasing it. At the end of the term, you simply bring the textbook back to the bookstore where it is checked in. Renting instead of buying can save you more than 50% on average compared to the purchase price of a new textbook.

All you need is to be 18 years or older, with a valid credit card, e-mail address, and driver’s license/provincial ID. You will be asked to fill out a rental agreement for each new rental transaction. If you are renting two books at one time then one agreement will be enough. The rental agreement signifies your commitment to bringing your book back by the check-in date.

For those of you who are not 18 or do not have a credit card, you can always ask your parents or guardians to rent the textbooks for you Click Here

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TRANSIT

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GRADUATION PHOTOS AND INFO

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STUDENT GRADES APPEAL

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