St. Clair County Community College

Higher education for the Blue Water Area and beyond

College Housing

College Housing

College Housing

Save. Explore. Succeed.

Imagine having a place to call home just steps away from classes and campus life. SC4’s student residence hall, The Dock, offers fully furnished units and provides up to 80 students with easy access to campus and 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 pay in-district tuition rates. International students do not receive in-district tuition rates.

Why live on campus?

The Dock offers students an affordable, safe option that provides countless benefits.

  • Community – Meet friends and benefit from a built-in support network.
  • Access – Take advantage of being close to academic support and enjoy free gym and track access at the Fieldhouse, just one block away.
  • Food – Live right in the middle of an excellent food scene.
  • Campus events, clubs and organizations – Participate in campus activities and have a better collegiate experience.
  • Learn and grow – Discover life skills with a community of fellow students, faculty and staff who stand ready to assist.
  • Savings – All amenities covered, including WiFi internet, water, heating and air conditioning, and fully furnished rooms.
  • Increase your chances of success – Join housing students across the country who are more likely to maintain a higher grade point average. (Source: The American Council on Education)

Rooms that meet your every need.

Double-occupancy rooms (two residents per suite) complete with:

  • XL twin-sized beds (extended length 80 inch length)
  • Furniture
  • Private bathroom
  • High-speed Wi-Fi Internet
  • Heating and air conditioning
  • Communal kitchen
  • Student lounge
  • Laundry facilities
  • Parking

Singles and triples are offered at limited availability.


Requirements

  • Students must meet ongoing academic and enrollment requirements to live in college housing. Housing residents must have and maintain a minimum GPA of 2.00 and be enrolled in 12 or more credits/contact hours in the fall and winter semesters.
  • College Housing is a substance-free living environment. Residents 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 the residence hall.
  • Abide by the College Housing Code of Conduct.

‘Housing offers many opportunities’

“My favorite aspect about living in housing is being able to meet new people from all around Michigan. The campus here offers a lot of possibilities for you, don’t be scared to take them. You will meet some lifelong friends and great professors. The local area has a great atmosphere and being right along the water, it is neat to see Canada right across from it.”

Morgan Fulgenti
Memphis, Mich., native
and SC4 business student

Interested in saving time and money with a dining plan?

SC4 offers students and community members a meal plan by Elevate, which offers affordable and convenient pre-set meal combos from surrounding restaurant partners in downtown Port Huron.

Discover the Port Huron area

Learn about the Port Huron area and all it has to offer from recreation to entertainment and from events to dining options!

Hand holding SC4 coffee mug in front of Blue Water Bridge.

Contact us with questions at housing@sc4.edu or (810) 294-0140!