The St. Clair County Community College radiologic technology program has continued for a sixth year its impressive 100 percent first-time passage rate on the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT Exam), a national registry exam that grants certification in radiologic technology. Eleven SC4 graduates passed the 2019 exam, bringing the total number of SC4 graduates passing on their first try to 61 since the program … Continue reading SC4 radiologic technology program celebrates impressive six-year, 100 percent first-time passage rate on national exam
Port Huron Police Chief Joe Platzer says St. Clair County Community College gave him the opportunity to follow in his late father’s footsteps and his family a great jump-start on their careers. Platzer, 49, said his namesake worked for the Port Huron Police Department for 32 years, retiring as lieutenant. “From as far back as I can remember, seeing him in uniform and knowing what … Continue reading Port Huron Police Chief Joe Platzer and family find path to success at SC4
Police chiefs helping lead the way in two cities in Michigan’s thumb region say the criminal justice program at St. Clair County Community College helped them secure opportunities in their profession. Imlay City Police Chief Scott Pike and Yale Police Chief Brian Mahaffy both attended SC4 to earn degrees and further their careers. Pike, of Clyde Township, graduated cum laude from SC4 with an associate … Continue reading Local police chiefs credit SC4’s criminal justice program for career success
“There’s an old saying: ‘The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step,’” says Dr. David H. Sturtz, an oral and maxillofacial surgeon and St. Clair County Community College alumnus. “My mother was an avid reader and believer in higher education, though neither of my parents attended college. St. Clair County Community College was there for me. It’s where I got my start.” … Continue reading Dr. David H. Sturtz honors parents, supports SC4 students with new $50,000 endowed scholarship
The mayors of St. Clair County’s largest city and one of its smallest towns both say St. Clair County Community College was there when they needed it. Pauline Repp of Port Huron and Bill Cedar of St. Clair are both the longest-serving mayors in their respective towns. Repp, 68, is serving her 10th year as mayor of Port Huron. She retired in 1989 after 20 years … Continue reading SC4 education made a difference for two long-serving local mayors
College was not a topic of conversation when Dr. Fredrick Michael Ennis was growing up. Yet the seeds that the Ferris State University professor sowed at St. Clair County Community College continue to flourish today. “I decided to attend SC4 my senior year at Capac High School in 1978,” he said. “At that time, there were typically two choices: Work for General Motors or go … Continue reading Alumni spotlight: Fredrick Michael Ennis, Ph.D.
PORT HURON – St. Clair County Community College’s 95th annual Commencement Ceremony takes place this evening at 6 p.m. in the McMorran Place Arena. This year, 628 graduates have successfully completed degree and certificate programs in various fields of study. Students from across Michigan, Canada and as far as New Jersey and Arizona have earned associate degrees and certificates in arts, business, general education, applied … Continue reading SC4 to honor hundreds of graduates at 95th annual Commencement Ceremony