Community Electronic Waste Drive on SLC’s Kingston Campus
St. Lawrence College Project Management students and the Enactus team will be hosting an electronic waste drive on Saturday, April 15, 2023 at the Kingston campus parking lot. This annual event diverts used electronics from landfills and is held in collaboration with the Electronic Recycling Association who will assess the collected electronics and either recycles or repairs and re-distribute them to give new life to these otherwise discarded items.
St. Lawrence College Will Offer Personal Support Worker to Practical Nurse Upgrading Courses
Beginning April 1, 2023, SLC along with all of Ontario’s 24 colleges, will offer a new pathway for Personal Support Workers (PSWs) who wish to qualify to practice in Ontario as a Registered Practical Nurse (RPN). Upon successfully completing six pathway courses, PSWs will be eligible for advanced entry into SLC’s Practical Nursing (PN) Program.  
St. Lawrence College Adopts Indigenous Learning Outcomes to Help Programs Incorporate Indigenous Knowledge and Understanding
SLC is pleased and grateful to announce that it has adopted the Indigenous Learning Outcomes (ILOs) from Confederation College, based on the Indigenous Education Protocol which commits to making Indigenous education a priority.
St. Lawrence College Holds Open House in April
St. Lawrence College will hold its annual Spring Open House events on its Kingston, Brockville, and Cornwall campuses on Saturdays this April. Attendees may visit program sessions and service workshops and participate in various interactive demonstrations.   
Ontario Colleges Very Disappointed to be Shut Out of Trades Training Announcement
Ontario colleges are very disappointed to be shut out of the Ontario government’s announced funding for new skilled trades training centres. The Ontario government announced it is investing $224 million to build and upgrade private training centres and will spend $75 million over the next three years on operations and programming at the centres. It is inexplicable that colleges are excluded from the funding.