When will classes start?
St. Clair College @ Acumen will delay the start of its fall semester by two weeks, with classes commencing Monday, Sept. 21, and running for 13 weeks.
Will classes be online or face-to-face?
Most courses at St. Clair College @ Acumen will be delivered online in the fall, along with some in-person classes for labs that require hands-on instruction.
- Online delivery will require you to access your courses and receive instruction through Google Classroom.
When will my fall class schedule be available?
Student schedules will be available on August 24.
Is there a reduction in tuition or ancillary fees for the fall semester?
There is no reduction of tuition or ancillary fees for Fall 2020. Tuition is for the instruction, assessment, and administration of a program. Instruction is not specific to the location or mode of delivery (in-person or online).
These costs are ineligible for refund or rebate. The ancillary fees support student services and activities distinct from academic programming or the College’s general operating costs.
What is the deadline to drop a course or withdraw from it without penalty?
The deadline for Fall 2020 is October 2.
When will I receive my login information for the start of the semester in September?
You will receive your login information in August, allowing you access to My St. Clair portal and the Student Information System (SIS). We will be reaching out to you through email, so keep an eye out for the login information sometime in mid-August.
When will I receive my class schedule?
Class schedules will be released on August 24. That information will be available through My St. Clair or you can log into your SIS.
When is my Proof of Enrollment available?
Proof of Enrollment letters are now available online through your SIS account as long as you have paid your $100 tuition deposit & are in good Academic Standing.
Log onto your SIS account: Main Menu > Self Service > Academic Records > Print Proof of Enrollment
If you are having difficulty accessing your proof of enrollment and have paid your $100 tuition deposit please email email@example.com
How do I get access to my IT account & my login information?
Once you are enrolled, you should receive the email below from IT.
Search subject title as “St Clair ONE – New User Account Created” in your provided email, also check your junk mails.
If you have not received your account activation information, are having trouble logging in, or need to reset your password, please contact the IT Help Desk at https://www.stclaircollege.ca/it-services.
I am an international student who is starting post-secondary studies this September at St. Clair College @ Acumen. Due to COVID-19, I have received preliminary approval (ie. Stage 1 Approval) from IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) to begin on-line studies from my home country. What happens if I do not receive my Canadian Study Visa to travel to Canada (ie. Stage 2 Approval) after I have already commenced by studies?
In the event you do not receive Stage 2 Approval and your Canadian Study Permit is declined, St. Clair College @ Acumen is willing to refund or defer your full tuition payment, less the $125 application fee already paid.
I am an international student who is starting post-secondary studies this September at St. Clair College @ Acumen. Due to COVID-19, I have received preliminary approval (ie. Stage 1 Approval) from IRCC (Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada) to begin on-line studies from my home country. As part of my required tuition fees, I have paid for health insurance that provides health coverage during the academic year. As I am in my home country, am I able to have the health insurance fee deducted from my account?
As an international student studying from your home country, you are eligible for a reduction to your health insurance fees until such time you arrive in Canada to begin your studies.
Health Insurance Fees are posted as follows:
- September to August (September Intake) = $745.00
- January to August = (January Intake) $535.00
- May to August (May Intake) = $335.00
As an international student beginning their studies in September from their home country and has received Stage 1 approval, you are eligible for a reduction in fees from $745.00 to $535.00, a difference of $210.00. The fee will be reduced to $535.00 to coincide with your anticipated planned studies in Canada beginning in January 2021. The $210.00 may be refunded to you upon request.