About Courseview Campus Center

Courseview Expansion

Building B open for fall!

Classes will be offered this fall in our new building.  Our "old" building is now called Building A ("CVA" on your course schedule), and the new building is Building B ("CVB" on your schedule).

Download a campus/parking map. (PDF document)
Download a room map for both buildings. (PDF document)

We will have plenty of staff on hand the first few days of the semester to help you find your way.

 

 

January 7, 2013

Sinclair Community College Completes Final Property Purchase for Courseview Campus Center

Courseview Vision Calls for 10,000 Students on 75 Acres in Next 25 Years

The Sinclair Community College Foundation purchased the final parcel of land necessary to complete the college’s long-term vision for an eventual 10,000 student campus in Warren County. The 3.4 acre parcel of land brings the total Courseview Campus Center to approximately 75 acres in total. Sinclair Community College and the Sinclair Foundation have combined to spend approximately $7 million in total to expand the Warren County campus.

“Our phased approach will make certain that the Warren County community has the resources it needs for continued job growth and economic development over the next quarter-century,” Sinclair President Steve Johnson said. “These acquisitions are a key part of the college’s plan to grow Courseview along with Warren County, one of the fastest growing counties in the state of Ohio.”

By the start of the 2013 Fall Semester, the goal is to have a renovated Building B (formerly the Stress Engineering Building located next to the current Courseview building). This will bring the Courseview campus capacity to 2,500 students. Additionally, Courseview students will have their choice of 17 degree and 18 certificate programs. The college’s goal is for all renovations to be complete by the start of the 2013 Fall Semester. No Montgomery County levy dollars have been or will be used for this expansion.

“This is another demonstration of Sinclair's commitment to expanding educational opportunity in Warren County and all of Southwest Ohio,” Sinclair Community College Board of Trustees Chair Barney Wright said. “Students in this community, their families and employers will benefit for the foreseeable future and beyond as a result of the investments we have made and the training and education we will continue to provide.”

Sinclair is recognized as a local and national leader in delivering high-quality and affordable higher education. One of the oldest and best known community colleges in the nation, Sinclair recently celebrated its 125th year and is a board member of the prestigious League for Innovation in the Community College. Sinclair offers over 170 accredited degrees and certificates.

For more information, contact Adam Murka at 937-512-2947 or adam.murka@sinclair.edu

 

Our Beginnings

  • Circa 2003, Warren County Community College Board of Trustees determined that the higher education needs of Warren County residents could best be served by furthering a partnership with Sinclair Community College.
  • March 2004: Ohio Board of Regents acknowledged the addition of Warren County to the territory of Montgomery county creating the Warren County/Montgomery County Community College District.
  • February 2007: Sinclair broke ground on the new Courseview Campus Center on Courseview Drive in Mason, Ohio. Facility to be completed during summer.
  • Fall Quarter 2007: Courseview Campus Center to opened to first-time college students, transfer students, transient students, former students, and for personal interest and/or career development students.

February 2007
Sinclair Community College Breaks Ground for New Warren County Location
Photo of Breaking Ground in February 2007