St. Clair County Community College President Dr. Deborah Snyder began in her role in 2016 focused on enhancing the student experience and re-establishing the college as an integral community partner. That’s why just four months into her term the visionary alumna, who had already launched numerous other initiatives, boarded a bus with SC4 faculty and staff members to visit the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum. “I … Continue reading SC4 president puts the emphasis on ‘community’ with new Experience Center
October is Michigan College Month, the statewide focus of a larger national initiative that encourages graduating high school seniors to submit at least one college application and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by Oct. 31. Michigan is home to some of the country’s finest two- and four-year colleges and universities. Still, the decision to attend college remains a difficult choice for … Continue reading During Michigan College Month, think about SC4
With St. Clair County Community College’s new residence hall set to open this fall – just steps away from campus in Port Huron’s thriving downtown – we thought we’d share 10 reasons why students should consider applying. Continue reading “10 reasons to live in St. Clair County Community College housing, in the heart of downtown Port Huron”
National Volunteer Week was April 23-29, and on Friday, April 28, several St. Clair County Community College faculty and staff members took part.
Have you had an instructor at St. Clair County Community College who had a great impact on your education, or your life? Continue reading “Nominate your favorite instructor for the Blessinger award”