Our Mission and Vision
Our mission is to maximize student success. Our vision is to create an academic and cultural environment that empowers students to succeed. Founded in 1923, our commitment to providing affordable access to a college education and meeting community needs is unwavering and contributes greatly to the economic vitality of Michigan and beyond.
St. Clair County Community College
By the Numbers
SC4 is located on a busy international border in Port Huron, with a 29-acre, 11-building campus in the heart of the city’s downtown neighborhood just steps away from the St. Clair River and beautiful shores of Lake Huron—and just 60 miles from Detroit.
The Economic Impact
of St. Clair County Community College
St. Clair County Community College provides life-changing education and strengthens the economy. The College has a significant positive net impact on students, taxpayers and society.
A Closer look
Return on Investment
For every $1 spent by…
is gained in lifetime earnings
is gained in added taxes and public sector savings
is gained in added state revenue and social savings
SC4 creates value in many ways:
Raises lifetime earnings
Helps achieve individual potential
Increases county value
Reduces demand for government
-supported social services
Local Business Benefits
Increases consumer spending
Supplies trained workers
Creates a more prosperous economy
Helps saving through improving
A successful alumni community
SC4 alumni are health care leaders and professionals, teachers and professors, engineers, doctors, lawyers, 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.
Josh Chapman, President and CEO, YMCA of the Blue Water Area, Transferred from SC4 to Central Michigan University
Mary Krestik, Vice President of Finance/CFO, Visiting Nurse Association and Blue Water Hospice
(VNA), Transferred from SC4 to Baker College
Gerry Mason, law firm owner, venture capitalist, community volunteer and advocate, Transferred from SC4 to the University of Michigan, then went on to Michigan State University College of Law
Philip Porte, President/Senior Project Engineer, BMJ Engineers & Surveyors, Inc., Transferred from SC4 to
Michigan Technological University
Working for diversity, equity and inclusion for all.
The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion serves as a hub at SC4 to advance access and support for all.