Aerial overhead shot of the Black River and campus

A long history of excellence and impact.

St. Clair County Community College (SC4) prepares students for rewarding careers through associate degrees, one-year certificates and four-year degrees through university partnerships. Founded in 1923, our commitment to advancing lifelong learning and meeting community needs is unwavering and contributes greatly to the economic vitality of Michigan and beyond.


SC4 is located on a busy international border in Port Huron, with a 29-acre campus in the heart of the city’s downtown neighborhood just steps away from the St. Clair River and beautiful shores of Lake Huron. Classes at SC4 are taught by experienced professors and instructors who care about their students’ success now and in the future. And with a 19 to 1 student-to-teacher ratio, students work directly with instructors to receive a more personalized education when compared a four-year institution.

Mission and vision

  • SC4’s mission is to maximize student success.
  • SC4’s vision is to create an academic and cultural environment that empowers students to succeed.

Our students

  • Enrollment: 3,402 (Fall 2020)
  • Average student age: 22 to 23 years old
  • Student age range: 14 to 80 years old
  • Typical class size: 19 to 21 students
  • Male-female ratio: 61% female, 39% male

Our alumni

SC4 alumni are health care leaders and professionals, teachers and professors, engineers, welders, scientists, government officials, public safety officers, designers, managers, entrepreneurs, artists and much more. They come from all walks of life and positively shape our local and global communities every day.

Our campus

  • A leader in sustainability and environmental efforts
  • Scenic 29-acre, 11-building campus
  • Located along the banks of the Black River in downtown Port Huron
  • Safe environment for students
  • Fieldhouse, fitness center, theatre, college housing
  • Modern labs, classrooms, equipment and technology


Off-campus centers