This is SLC: Our College News

Skills Advance Ontario funding provides experience and equipment
A 12x16 timber frame structure built by 10 students in an upskilling construction program at SLC will stay on campus and be available to students in the Carpentry Techniques program who will learn raising and lowering techniques with timber frame structures.
Black History Month at SLC
February is Black History Month which provides all Canadians with an opportunity to become better informed about the contributions made by Black Canadians throughout history, as well as insight into their experiences. Here are three ways you can participate and engage during Black History Month.
SLC professor wins provincial award of excellence
Dr. Maha Othman, professor in SLC’s BScN program and adjunct professor in the Queen’s University Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences, has received a Minister of Colleges and Universities’ Award of Excellence in the category of Everyday Heroes for having stepped up and made a difference during the pandemic and the 2020-2021 school year. The award was given to Dr. Othman during a virtual celebration held on Friday, January 21 hosted by the Honorable Jill Dunlop, Minister of Colleges and Universities.
Important details regarding our winter semester
Our commitment was to provide an update to our SLC community of students and employees by the end of January as to how the rest of our winter semester would unfold – this is the first of what will be several updates shared with you, as changes to provincial restrictions begin rolling out in a few weeks.
Health Care Administration students receive specialized training
Neigellene Sanchez and Fabian Celaya, Health Care Administration post-graduate certificate students, obtained $3500 in funding from the SLC Student Association which enabled 70 of their fellow students in Canada and around the world to participate in trauma responsive care training in partnership with the Kingston Community Health Centre.