Automated floor-scrubbing robot making Michigan debut at SC4’s Health Sciences Building Grand Opening Celebration Sept. 27

St. Clair County Community College is pleased to welcome Neo, an automated floor-scrubbing robot by Avidbots, to campus for its Health Sciences Building Grand Opening Celebration from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 27. Neo automates the cleaning process using intelligent, dynamic mapping and obstacle-avoidance technology. The first demonstration site in Michigan, SC4 will showcase the innovative technology many global businesses and heath … Continue reading Automated floor-scrubbing robot making Michigan debut at SC4’s Health Sciences Building Grand Opening Celebration Sept. 27

SC4 a springboard for world traveler, professor and photographer

Port Huron native David Zurick has been across the globe to places like Nepal, India and Tibet as an academically trained geographer and self-taught photographer. Yet, Zurick traces his footsteps back to his first degree at St. Clair County Community College. “It was the first step along the path,” he said. A Port Huron Northern High School graduate, Zurick, 64, just wrapped up a 31-year … Continue reading SC4 a springboard for world traveler, professor and photographer

SC4 to host annual Financial Aid Night Oct. 3

St. Clair County Community College will host its annual Financial Aid Night at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, in the college’s Fine Arts Theatre. Open to students, families and all area residents, the event connects SC4’s financial aid experts with the community to share valuable information about financial aid processes, opportunities and tips to maximize the money students can receive. With the 2020-21 Federal Application … Continue reading SC4 to host annual Financial Aid Night Oct. 3

TRIO Student of the Month: Mark Hinkle

St. Clair County Community College student Mark Hinkle hasn’t let dyslexia stop him from pursuing a college degree. “It does impact my education by making schooling more difficult, but it didn’t change my motivation to obtain my degree,” Hinkle said, mentioning that he chose SC4 due to its proximity to home, affordability and program options. Hinkle – like his older brother – applied to the … Continue reading TRIO Student of the Month: Mark Hinkle

SC4 adds women’s soccer to its athletic offerings

St. Clair County Community College is pleased to announce the addition of women’s soccer to its athletic offerings. In doing so, SC4 becomes just the sixth community college in Michigan to offer the sport. Women’s soccer brings collegiate sports teams at SC4 to 13, joining teams in cross country, basketball, bowling, baseball, softball, volleyball, golf and wrestling. The team will begin its play in 2020-21 … Continue reading SC4 adds women’s soccer to its athletic offerings

188 SC4 students earn honors

A total of 188 St. Clair County Community College students earned a spot on the President’s Honor List for the 2019 summer semester, which ended Aug. 2. Students must take at least six credits and have a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher to make the list. President’s Honor List for the 2019 summer semester, ordered by hometown: ALGONAC — Emily Escobar, Elaine Gooden, Nicole … Continue reading 188 SC4 students earn honors

SC4 only Michigan college to receive environmental grant

St. Clair County Community College has been named one of just 33 communities and organizations in Michigan to receive a grant awarded by a partnership of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, DTE Energy Foundation and nonprofit ReLeaf Michigan. SC4 – a past awardee and the only college or university in Michigan awarded the grant this year – will receive $1,500 to support the purchase … Continue reading SC4 only Michigan college to receive environmental grant