About

About SC4

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.

Grads smiling and holding degree
Grads smiling
Grad holding programs
Grad in Pinning Ceremony

St. Clair County Community College

By the Numbers

Our Campus

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. 

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Main campus

A leader in sustainability and environmental efforts, SC4 is dedicated to a safe campus environment and features modern labs, classrooms, equipment and technology.

323 Erie St.
P.O. Box 5015
Port Huron, MI
48061-5015
(810) 984-3881
starthere@sc4.edu
Maps and directions

Off-campus centers

Algonac High School
5200 Taft Road
Algonac, MI 48001

Croswell-Lexington High School
5461 Peck Road
Croswell, MI 48422

Sanilac Career Center
175 Aitken Road
Peck, MI 48466

Yale High School
198 School Drive
Yale, MI 48097

The Economic Impact

of St. Clair County Community College

This economic impact report was conducted by Economic Modeling Specialists, Inc (EMSI), an international consulting and research institute. The study examined data from the 2020-21 fiscal year.

Total impact

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.

in added income for the St. Clair County economy that supports
For perspective, this means that one out of every 30 jobs in St. Clair County is supported by the activities of SC4 and its students.

A Closer look

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Operations and payroll spending impact
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Construction and maintenance spending impact
Rotary Parade students
Student spending impact
2022 Grads before the ceremony
Alumni impact

Return on Investment

For every $1 spent by…

Students

$3.80

is gained in lifetime earnings

Taxpayers

$2.00

is gained in added taxes and public sector savings

Society

$8.80

is gained in added state revenue and social savings

SC4 creates value in many ways:

Student Benefits

Raises lifetime earnings
Helps achieve individual potential

Taxpayers

Increases county value
Reduces demand for government
-supported social services

Local Business Benefits

Increases consumer spending
Supplies trained workers

Society Benefits

Creates a more prosperous economy
Helps saving through improving
student lifestyles

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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.

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Michigan’s only Challenger Learning Center

A fully immersive, space-themed STEM experience