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 St. Clair County Community College 

Name: St. Clair County Community College
President: Kevin Pollock
Website: www.sc4.edu  
City: Port Huron
State: MI
Type: Public
Campus Setting: Suburban, Small City
Year Established: 1923

Governing Board Website 

St. Clair County Community College

 
Student Characteristics Based on Fall 2010 IPEDS Data

2010 Fall Credit Enrollment
Total: 4,725
Part Time: 52.0%
Full Time: 48.0%

Gender
Male: 42.2%
Female: 57.8%

Race/Ethnicity
African American: 3.6%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 0.3%
Hispanic: 1.9%
Native American: 1.0%
White: 88.6%
Other: 4.6%

St. Clair County Community College President

Kevin Pollock
President

St. Clair County Community College Board Chair

Nicholas DeGrazia
Board Chair

Quote from the President

"Community is at the heart of St. Clair County Community College (SC4). We strive to be the driving force educationally, culturally, and economically for our residents. We don’t just serve the community; we are part of it on multiple levels."

Interesting Facts

  • SC4 was the first community college in Michigan to use green roof technology on portions of five campus buildings. SC4’s green efforts also include solar panels, wind turbine, green retaining wall, sustainable parking lots, and a geothermal heating system all used to enhance instruction for our alternative energy associate degree programs.
  • The college’s newly expanded natural science museum encompasses 3,100 square feet of exhibits and houses the largest collection of fossil artifacts in the Michigan Thumb region. Exhibits include mammoth bones, a T-rex skull, mastodon skull replica, woolly rhinoceros skeleton, birds, insects, minerals, and more.
  • SC4 has been a leader in early college education, serving more than 800 high school students annually through our Blue Water Middle College Academy, Croswell-Lexington Early College, and dual-enrollment.
  • Patterns, the college’s literary and arts publication of student work, is the longest continually published community college literary arts magazine in Michigan. The 56th edition featuring 53 pieces of writing, art, and photography from 31 selected students was released in April.
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