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
SC4 alumna Angela Rochon is the embodiment of a college success story. Fiercely motivated, her passion for her work is well known and has led her in a variety of directions throughout her lifetime. From psychiatric therapist, social worker and educator to motivational speaker and author of a memoir, she’s an inspiration to those around her. Rochon and her husband, Louis Rochon, both 74, got … Continue reading Alumni spotlight: Angela Rochon
George Armitage was like many high school graduates when he left Port Huron High School in 2008. He knew he wanted to go to college, but he was undecided as to what career path to pursue. Today, the 29-year-old Grand Rapids resident and licensed professional counselor at Grand Valley State University’s Counseling Center credits St. Clair County Community College for giving him the opportunity to … Continue reading Alumni Spotlight: George Armitage
The season is underway for two St. Clair County Community College alumni as assistant coaches for Saginaw Valley State University’s baseball team. Dr. Jay Scott and Jason Ball are spending a lot of time on the road keeping up with the team’s 50-game schedule that has already taken them to Atlanta, St. Louis and Nashville, while still returning home for work and family. Both Scott … Continue reading SC4 alumni make an impact on and off SVSU baseball diamond
There was no question where Brenda Seppo was going to college after graduating from Port Huron Northern in 1976. Her parents, W. Helen and the late Harley Smith, both taught classes at St. Clair County Community College. “Both of my parents taught there, so we had little choice as to where we were going,” said Seppo, 60, of Lakeport. “It was a good choice anyway … Continue reading SC4 education a tradition for the Seppo family
Dec. 13 marked a major achievement for Nikki Leonard, 24, of Marine City. She graduated from the Licensed Practical Nurse program at St. Clair County Community College. From her earliest years, Nikki says she knew someday she would be a nurse. So, she started taking pre-requisite courses for nursing and then decided to take a break from school before entering the program at SC4. During her … Continue reading Mission Accomplished: Marine City woman completes nursing degree with boost from scholarship