SC4 announces winter 2020 health sciences program information sessions schedule

St. Clair County Community College is pleased to announce its winter semester information sessions for its health sciences programs. Program information sessions are free and the first step for anyone interested in earning a health sciences degree from SC4. For those interested in nursing or radiologic technology programs, attending a session is mandatory. In addition to program information sessions, SC4’s health information technology, paramedic/EMT, respiratory therapy … Continue reading SC4 announces winter 2020 health sciences program information sessions schedule

SC4 alumna writes future, drives change in region

St. Clair County Community College alumna Michelle Eberle is using her experience and expertise in marketing and communication to help drive change in her community. Eberle currently works for the Rochester Regional Chamber of Commerce where she is responsible for social media efforts, email campaigns, event support and website management. She also published her first book, the “31 Day Wedding Prayer Journal,” under The Rebel Bride … Continue reading SC4 alumna writes future, drives change in region

Gov. Whitmer’s Task Force on Women in Sports to meet at St. Clair County Community College Nov. 20

St. Clair County Community College (SC4) will serve as the host site for the Nov. 20 meeting of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s Task Force on Women in Sports. The meeting is open to the public and will take place from 1 to 4:30 p.m. in Room 150 of the college’s Welcome Center at 323 Erie St. in Port Huron. Gov. Whitmer signed Executive Order 2019-16 in June … Continue reading Gov. Whitmer’s Task Force on Women in Sports to meet at St. Clair County Community College Nov. 20

Top D1 and D2 MHSAA volleyball teams heading to SC4 for state quarterfinals

St. Clair County Community College is pleased to host the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) state volleyball tournament quarterfinal beginning at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, in SC4 Fieldhouse. The Division 2 quarterfinal match is set for 6 p.m., followed by the Division 1 match at 7:30 p.m. “Port Huron is the ideal setting for the MHSAA Division 1 and 2 volleyball quarterfinals for … Continue reading Top D1 and D2 MHSAA volleyball teams heading to SC4 for state quarterfinals

Washington, D.C.-based alumna credits SC4 for changing worldview

Growing up without public schooling, Grace Haskin didn’t think she had a chance of going to college. “I received a homeschooling education of sorts, but it was heavily biased and severely lacking,” Haskin said. “Higher education, especially for women, was not valued. Aside from the Internet, my siblings and I were very isolated from the outside world.” Haskin, who knew she wanted to go to … Continue reading Washington, D.C.-based alumna credits SC4 for changing worldview

Professor Tangie Christmas named NAACP award recipient

St. Clair County Community College Professor of Speech Tangie Christmas received the Geri Kimbro Humanitarian Award at the Port Huron Branch of the NAACP’s 60th annual Fight for Freedom Fund Banquet on Saturday evening. Pictured above clockwise from top left: Professor Christmas accepts her award. SC4 Associate Degree Nursing Instructor and NAACP Port Huron Branch President Kevin Watkins presents Professor Christmas with the award. SC4 … Continue reading Professor Tangie Christmas named NAACP award recipient

SC4 TRIO student finds support system

Kaitlyn Meldrum chose to pursue a college education at St. Clair County Community College for a number of reasons. “It’s close to my family and gives me the opportunity to live at home,” Meldrum said. “The campus is small enough to navigate and is close to my job as well. SC4 also offers me the chance to complete the Michigan Transfer Agreement and to transfer … Continue reading SC4 TRIO student finds support system