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Institutional Research and Quality Assurance Department

  • Kelly Bevan, Research and Development Officer


[edit] What’s happening at St. Clair


  • The City of Windsor rezoned an existing building in downtown Windsor for a School of Journalism.
  • Renovations are scheduled to be complete by March 2010. This will be St. Clair’s second building in the downtown core – the first being the St. Clair Centre for the Arts.
  • The CCIP building (Centre for Construction Innovation and Production) on the South Campus opened with great fanfare. The Premier himself was on campus, a first ever for St. Clair!
  • A new Health Sciences building is scheduled to break ground on the South Campus in Windsor in 2010 and a new Trades and Construction centre at the Thames Campus in Chatham.


  • 9 new programs were validated and MTCU approved in 2009 with 3 more on the ‘approval’ pathway.
  • More new programs in the works for 2010.
  • In pilot, is a new annual program review process. A new external program review process is scheduled to be piloted soon.
  • First run of our new IFS (Instruction Feedback Survey) in process.
  • In process, audit of all General Education courses of instruction with the directive to be in full compliance by September 2010 (yikes – don’t think that deadline will be achieved!)
  • Health Science programming for the new building is under examination. Would be great to have some defined degree completion pathways for our graduates before the building opens………..
  • New this fall, new Chair for the School of Engineering Technologies and a new Chair for the School of Skilled Trades.


  • St. Clair will be hosting phase two of CEDP (College Educators Development Program) for the Western region next spring.


  • Record number of students – had to build a new parking lot!
  • Over 1000 students are registered through the Second Career Strategy (largest single cohort in the province)! The average Second Career learner is over the age of 40 creating challenging classroom dynamics for some programs of study. Our Learning Commons Centre has never been busier assisting and tutoring students.
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