Yes. All NEW CCP students will participate in an orientation session prior to the start of their first semester. CCP students taking courses on campus will be invited to an in-person orientation session. In-person orientation is strongly suggested for students taking courses on campus. Students taking courses online or in their high schools may attend in-person orientation or may choose to complete the online orientation.
Current CCP students are encouraged to log in via their my.sinclair portal or use the online appointment tool to schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor. Students who do not yet have a my.sinclair account should call 937-512-3700 to schedule an advising appointment.
CCP students are held to the same grading and GPA standards as any Sinclair College student which means that CCP students are subject to Academic Intervention, Probation and Dismissal policies as all students. Click here for more information regarding Sinclair’s Grade Policies.
Students who wish to withdraw from a course have two important deadlines to be aware of:
Students may withdraw from a course via their my.sinclair account through the WebAdvisor link or in person at any Sinclair campus. PLEASE NOTE: Students should notify their High School Guidance Counselor IMMEDIATELY upon withdrawal of any CCP course.
No. Sinclair does not send out mid-term grades. If a student desires to know their grade at any time during the semester, they must contact the instructor or professor.
Public & Non-Public school student book costs are covered by their respective high schools. Homeschool students are responsible for their own book costs.
** Please Note: Books purchased by the students high schools are property of the high school and must be returned to the high school at the end of the semester. Students may be responsible for lost or damaged books.
Student Parking at all of Sinclair Campuses is free of charge.
Public and Non-Public school students’ books are the property of the students’ respective high school. All books MUST be returned to the high school, unless directed by the high school administration otherwise. Contact your high school for deadlines and the book return process.
General use supplies (notebooks, pens, calculators, and other items) are not provided by Sinclair. You can check with your school, but it is generally the responsibility of the student to provide supplies.
You can get your own Tartan Card by coming to the office of Registration and Student Records.
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday and 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. Friday
Location: Building 10, Floor 2, Room 10231 at the Dayton Campus. See the Information Desk for Tartan Cards at the Regional Locations.
Students taking courses held on their high school campus will receive their books from their high school.
The CCP admissions process with Sinclair is a Two Step Process. Students new to Sinclair, without a Sinclair student id, will need to complete the ONLINE CCP Application and submit a completed and signed Parent/Guardian-School Authorization form. Once both of these have been completed and received by the CCP Office at Sinclair, you will be notified of the student’s next steps. For more information follow steps outlined in the Prospective Students section of the CCP webpage.
The College will communicate with you throughout the admissions process to let you know your next steps. This will be done through email, at first using the email address you provide on your online CCP Application and then via your my.sinclair email address that you will have after your acceptance into Sinclair College. It is very important that you provide us an email that you will check regularly on the CCP Application.
Students may register online via their my.sinclair account or in person at any Sinclair campus or learning center. More information about the Steps to Register Online is located here.
Here you can find Important Deadlines for Sinclair College Registration Periods.
Possibly, however, colleges are held responsible to different Federal laws than high schools. The Sinclair Accessibility Services department can work with you in determining what accommodations will be available in the college environment. Please use the link below to get more information on how to register with the Accessibility Services:
More information regarding books can be found by viewing the CCP Online Orientation.