New College Housing

St. Clair County Community College’s new housing facility – just steps away from classes and campus life in downtown Port Huron – is scheduled to open in August 2018. Referred to as The Dock, housing units will be fully-furnished and will provide up to 80 students with easy access to the area’s great dining and entertainment options, recreation and outdoor activities, and potential employment opportunities with local businesses.

Additionally, all students living in housing will pay in-district tuition rates.

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  • Double-occupancy rooms complete with:
    • Two beds
    • Private bathroom
    • Furniture
    • High-speed wifi Internet
    • Heating and air conditioning
  • Shared kitchen/dining area
  • Student lounge
  • Laundry facilities


  • Students must meet ongoing academic and enrollment requirements to live in student housing. Residential students must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.00 and be enrolled in 12 or more credits for fall and winter semesters.
  • Campus housing is a substance-free living environment. Residents must agree to abstain from the use of alcohol and other drugs regardless of age.
  • St. Clair County Community College is a smoke-free campus, which includes college housing.

Interested in living at The Dock? Contact our Manager of College Housing via email or call (810) 989-5557.

Architect's rendering of the inside of SC4's new student housing.

Architect's rendering of the dining and study area in The Dock, the college's new student housing.

Architect's rendering of the inside of SC4's new student housing.

Architect's rendering of the shared kitchen area in The Dock, the college's new student housing.

Applying to live in college housing is an easy, two-step process.

  1. Submit the Student Housing Application form.
  2. Confirm and submit your security deposit.
    • Upon approval of the application and background check results, the college sends out housing contract offers on a first come, first served, eligible basis. Students have two weeks upon receiving their offer to confirm and submit a $300 refundable security deposit to reserve their space. The college will continually send out housing offers until all vacancies are filled. Contract offers are sent via the listed contact email on housing applications.

Next steps

  • Room assignment and roommate information will be sent out in July.
  • Move-in dates will be Wednesday, Aug. 15 and Thursday, Aug. 16. More information regarding move-in procedures and early/late arrival accommodations will be outlined in the housing contract offer and with upcoming website updates.

Housing orientation is Friday, Aug. 17. This is an all-day event and is mandatory for college housing residents.

Architect's rendering of the exterior of SC4's new student housing.


St. Clair County Community College housing is $2,250 per semester for fall and winter semesters with a one-time, refundable $300 security deposit. Housing charges are added to the student’s account (similar to a tuition payment). The security deposit is due within two weeks upon receiving a housing contract offer. Housing semester payments are due in full by the first day of classes.

  • Fall payment is due by Aug. 20, 2018.
  • Winter payment is due by Jan. 7, 2019.

Payments may be made in person, mail or online.

  • In person
    • Welcome Center or Business Office Room 220, Main Building

  • Mail In
    • St. Clair County Community College Business Office
      323 Erie St.
      P.O. Box 5015
      Port Huron, MI 48061-5015

Please make checks available to St. Clair County Community College.

Note: Payment methods do include the use of financial aid and the Nelnet Campus Commerce Payment Plan. Please be aware that by living on campus, financial aid packages could adjust up or down, depending on the original financial aid award. Thus, student costs will adjust up or down accordingly. Please refer financial aid questions to the Financial Aid Office at (810) 989-5530 or stop by the college’s Welcome Center, Room 105.

For more information about the Nelnet Campus Commerce Payment Plan, call the Business Office at (810) 989-5513.

For students interested in working for campus housing, we are hiring student staff in the following roles.

Resident assistants (RAs)

Resident assistants are student staff members assigned to assist and build community within the housing residence halls while serving as a mentor for residents. RAs are responsible for programming events for the community, serving as first responders to housing violations, and assisting with other specialty events as assigned including move-in and check-out procedures. More information.

Community assistants (CAs)

Community assistants primarily serve the college housing residence halls from the front desk. Their primary role is to assist with front desk office-administration tasks, answer and assist with resident questions, assist in receiving and sorting mail, assist with resident lock outs, and other assigned tasks. More information.

If you have any questions regarding the positions, contact the Manager of College Housing or call (810) 989-5557.

Health, wellness and safety

St. Clair County Community College Housing is committed to ensuring the safety, security, and well-being of its residents. For this reason, we encourage any student who needs help to simply ask for it. In order to maximize student success academically, it’s important for all other aspects of a resident’s life to be successful as well. Please refer to the following on and off campus resources as needed.

Safety and Security

Campus Patrol
Emergencies: 911
Non-emergencies: (810) 989-5757 

Port Huron Police Department
Emergencies: 911
Non-emergencies: (810) 984-8415

Sexual Assault/Domestic or Dating Violence Resources

Campus Patrol: (810) 989-5757

Blue Water Safe Horizons
24/7 Line: (888) 985-5538

Counseling and Psychological Services

David Goetze
Director of Behavioral Intervention
(810) 989-5552

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
24/7 Line: (800) 273-8255

Advantage Counseling and Educational Services
(810) 966-9191

Physical Health 

Fieldhouse Gym and Facilities

Blue Water YMCA
(810) 987-6400

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