Registration for fall classes at St. Clair County Community College is open, meaning it’s time for you to schedule the classes you need to get your degree or transfer to a four-year college.
Students in Criminal Justice Instructor Jim Jones’ CJ 215 class learned the ins and outs of fingerprinting Thursday, March 23. Continue reading “Criminal Justice students dust for prints”
St. Clair County Community College and Siena Heights University have signed a 3+1 articulation agreement which will allow students to obtain a bachelor’s degree in business while studying at SC4 for the first three years. Continue reading “SC4 signs articulation agreement with Siena Heights”
Matthew Hill is well on his way to a bachelor’s degree in finance from Central Michigan University. Continue reading “Blue Water Middle College put Hill on fast track to degree”
The calendar flipping from 2016 to 2017 wasn’t the only thing that happened while students were away from St. Clair County Community College the past three weeks. Continue reading “ICYMI: Winter break edition”
A federal report released Thursday, Nov. 17, by the U.S. surgeon general states that an American dies every 19 minutes from an opioid or heroin overdose. Continue reading “Criminal justice students learn life-saving lesson”
Working while going to school is fairly common for St. Clair County Community College students. Continue reading “SC4’s apprenticeship programs are valuable for students and employers”