St. Clair County Community College has earned name as a primary higher secondary education center in Blue Water Area. The campus of the college is enclosed in a beautiful park by the banks of River Black. It is a two year community college situated in Port Huron in Michigan, which originally was known as Port Huron Junior College. The change of name happened in the year 1967. There are immense opportunities for pursuing educational, cultural and social curriculum. It provides Associate's degrees and certificate programs along with online classes and transfer programs to major institutions and universities. Since SC4 is working in collaboration with University Center Partners it offers the scope of pursuing Bachelor's and Master's degrees in the campus of SC4. Its learning centers are scattered in Yale, Peck, Bad Axe, Algonac and Imlay City.
The academic programs of St. Clair County Community College includes Certificate Programs, Associate Programs, Online Associate Degree, Transfer Programs and Bachelor's and Master's Programs. St. Clair County Community College provides associate programs in Applied Arts and Science, Business, Engineering, Arts, Science and General Education. Prepare-to-work career training programs are also available. SC4 enriches the technical knowledge of the students with several technological updates.
The departments of academic degree programs of St. Clair County Community College are:
Business Administration and Economics
Computer and Office Technology
Math and Science
Health and Human Services
Visual and Performing Arts
Certificate programs of SC4 are:
Alternative Energy Technology
Communications Media - Broadcasting in Radio/TV
Computer Information Systems - Computer Applications
Electronics and Computer Technology
Fire Science Technology
Management, Professional Certification
Technology, Applied Studies
Water Quality Field Operations
Welding and Cutting Technology
Architectural - Civil-Site work
Architectural - Mechanical-Electrical-Plumbing (MEP)
Architectural - Structural
Horticulture - Landscape
Radio Frequency Identification Technology
Transportation and Logistics Technology
If you are successful in passing General Education Development (GED) test you can get admission in
St. Clair County Community College. After completion of 11th grade in a high school you can apply for getting admitted to this college in Michigan. High school diploma holders can also apply. The international students have to fill up online admission application form and they can contact the Enrollment Services of SC4 over phone.
SC4 does not provide on-campus housing facilities. But in the neighborhood the students can find affordable accommodation options. Within the SC4 campus you can find One Stop Student Services Center and Michigan technical Education Center. The students of SC4 who indulge in sports activities like baseball, basketball, volleyball and golf are nicknamed the Skippers. They belong to National Junior College Athletic Association and the Michigan Community College Athletic Association.
St. Clair County Community College
323 Erie St.
Port Huron, MI 48060
Phone: (810) 989-5500, (800) 553-2427
Fax: (810) 989-5541