St. Clair County Community College
Research St. Clair County Community College in Port Huron, Michigan. Learn about its admission info, Associate's degree and Certificate programs and financial aid to make an informed education decision.
About St. Clair County Community College
Located in downtown Port Huron, Michigan, St. Clair County Community College has a 25-acre campus. The College Center earned a national design award for features that included accessibility and effective use of space, as well as innovation.
About half the students are working adults. St. Clair County Community College has been providing workforce training programs since it opened in 1923. In 2011, the school opened Blue Water Middle College, in partnership with area high schools that allows students to graduate with both a high school diploma and an associate's degree.
St. Clair County Community College's STEM Institute grants associate's degrees and certificates in the fast-growing fields of science, technology, engineering, and math. Through the University Center, students can attend courses and programs affiliated with five Michigan colleges and earn their bachelor's degree on St. Clair County Community College's campus, with some online options.
The school also offers several programs and courses leading to apprenticeships in skilled trades, such as Automotive Mechanics, Industrial Engineering, and Robot Technology.
Some associate's degree programs can be completed online including some of the bachelor degree completion programs.
High school graduates and GED holders need to arrange for transcripts to be sent to the school. All new students take assessment tests or submit ACT scores. The online orientation to St. Clair County Community College is also a must for new students before meeting with an advisor. College guest students, those who wish to take a course at St. Clair County Community College while enrolled at another school submit the Michigan Uniform Undergraduate Guest Application.
Students interested in the Blue Water Middle College apply in their sophomore year of high school.
Tuition & Financial Aid
Financial aid applications should be filed four weeks before the semester starts. St Clair County Community College has offers several scholarships available to students pursuing specific programs of study. The college has use three tiers of tuition rates. In-district (residents of St. Clair County) rates are $94.50 per contact hour; in-state rates are $184.00 per contact hour and out-of- state rates are $268.00 per contact hour. Students pay a $10.00 technology fee per contact hour. Additional fees, books and supplies aren't included in tuition rates.
|ST. CLAIR COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE QUICK FACTS|
|School Type||2-year, Public*|
|Degrees Offered||Associate's degree, Certificates*|
|School Setting||Small Suburb*|
|Student Body||Full time 43% / Part time 57% (Fall 2011)*|
|Student-Faculty Ratio||20 to 1*|
|Most Popular Fields of Study by Degree Level (Number of Recipients)||2011 RN (119), Associate's degrees in Liberal Arts (261)*|
|First Year Retention Rates|
|Admission Rate||Open Enrollment*|
|Entering Class Size||4,590 Fall 2011*|
|Graduation Rates||16% for First time, Full Time Students*|
|TUITION & FINANCIAL AID|
|Tuition (2011-2012)||In-district- $3,183 / In State - $5,849 / Out-of-state - $8,360*|
|Financial Aid Sources Available (Percent of Students Receiving it)||Grants or Scholarship Aid (73%), Pell Grants (62%) Federal Student Loans (35%)*|
|Percent of Students Receiving Some Form of Aid||(75%)*|
Sources: * National Center for Education Statistics, ** St. Clair County Community College
School Contact Information
- Address: Office of Admissions, St. Clair County Community, 323 Erie St. Port Huron, MI 48060
- Phone: (810) 984-3881
- Website: http://www.sc4.edu
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