Graduate with the right skills to succeed in today's jobs. Sinclair offers nearly 300 degree and certificate programs, including specialized and technical areas of study that are in high demand in the Dayton region. In the last four years, more than 26,000 credentials have been earned by Sinclair students.
Sinclair offers course schedules and options, including online, to match your lifestyle. Credits easily transfer to four-year colleges and universities in Ohio and elsewhere, with more than 100 university transfer agreements that make it easy to transfer to advanced study. More than 3,500 students transfer every year from Sinclair.
With one of the lowest tuition rates in Ohio, Sinclair is committed to providing quality education and consistently ranks among the top community colleges in America. Sinclair's student-to-faculty ratio of nineteen-to-one is among the lowest at any Ohio college. On average, Sinclair students receiving associate degrees see an earnings increase from $22,000 to $38,000 in the first year after graduation. (Source: ODJFS and NSC data).
More students in the Dayton region choose Sinclair for their undergraduate degree than any other local college. More residents from across an eight-county region in Southwest Ohio (Montgomery, Warren, Greene, Clark, Preble, Butler, Miami, and Darke) study at Sinclair than study at any other university anywhere!
With our enrollment of more than 30,000 students, Sinclair is among the largest community colleges in America. We offer classes at our downtown Dayton campus regional centers in Centerville, Englewood, Huber Heights and Mason, online, and at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, making us accessible to everyone in Southwest Ohio and beyond. Our remarkable students, faculty and staff exhibit quality as evidenced by frequent national and state awards. We are also proud to be members of the board of the League for Innovation in the Community College.
After 134 years of helping students achieve their dreams and goals, Sinclair as always looks to find the need and endeavor to meet it for helping students today and in the future succeed in the changing workforce of new and growing career fields.