SC4 a great place to start according to alumnus Dan Damman

Attorney Daniel A. Damman says there’s no debate about it: St. Clair County Community College is the best place for area students to start their higher education. A 1994 St. Clair High School graduate, Damman (pictured above with wife Therese) attended SC4 for two years, earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Michigan State University in 1999 and earned his Juris Doctorate from Wayne … Continue reading SC4 a great place to start according to alumnus Dan Damman

SC4 joins statewide basic needs initiative to support students

PORT HURON – St. Clair County Community College announced today that it will join a statewide initiative to help students connect with resources to support basic needs. The Michigan Community College Association was awarded a $442,000 grant to launch the initiative focused on improving student completion and success by addressing economic instability among students including access to food, housing, transportation, childcare and other basic needs. … Continue reading SC4 joins statewide basic needs initiative to support students

TRIO student finds a new path forward at SC4

Employed for more than 10 years installing commercial fences, Thomas Short learned he was without a job when his company went under. “I had to start over,” Short said. “I tried to find another steady job but a lot of the outdoor jobs I was qualified for are not steady and can end at any time.” Due to the loss of his financial stability, Short … Continue reading TRIO student finds a new path forward at SC4

WPHM’s Paul Miller on right wavelength thanks to SC4 start

Port Huron’s own Paul Miller has been getting up and starting the morning with thousands of area listeners each weekday for 17 years now. The St. Clair County Community College alumnus is the man behind the microphone as the host of the WPHM AM-1380 morning show. A 1986 graduate of Port Huron Northern High School, Miller went on to attend SC4 and earn his associate … Continue reading WPHM’s Paul Miller on right wavelength thanks to SC4 start

SC4 honors 45 practical nursing graduates

PORT HURON – St. Clair County Community College honored its practical nursing program graduates during a commencement ceremony Thursday, Dec. 12, on the Port Huron campus. The 45 graduating students who completed the nursing program received certificates and are qualified to take the National Council Licensure Examination. A full list of graduating students, including honors and hometowns, is listed below. Those interested in learning more … Continue reading SC4 honors 45 practical nursing graduates

TRIO program provides support, helps student match courses to interests

David Moldenhauer chose St. Clair County Community College due to his interest in both the arts and social sciences. It didn’t hurt, of course, that his father is Robert Moldenhauer, a longtime SC4 professor of anatomy. “I am grateful for the fact that I have a family member who is a college professor, and that SC4 is just a short drive away from my home, … Continue reading TRIO program provides support, helps student match courses to interests

SC4 alumna realizes career and service dreams

Thanks to St. Clair County Community College, alumna Patricia F. Tibble never had to give up her dreams of joining the military and becoming an educator. Tibble serves as the health/physical education and tech teacher at Fort Gratiot Middle School as well as a reservist with the U.S. Navy at Selfridge in Clinton Township. Tibble grew up in a small country town in Texas. Her … Continue reading SC4 alumna realizes career and service dreams