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Visiting Student

What does it mean to be a visiting student?

A visiting—or transient—student—is a student who is taking a select class (or classes) to transfer back to another college, known as the visiting student’s “home college”. Want some more details? Learn more

Why be a visiting student?

Taking classes as a visiting student is a great way to stay on track for graduation. You might even be able to get ahead to lighten your course load for future semesters. The benefits of taking classes as a visiting student at Sinclair are numerous. You will:

  • Save money! Sinclair offers one of the lowest tuition rates in Ohio.
  • Enjoy flexibility and convenience. With countless online options and five locations throughout Southwest Ohio, Sinclair makes it easy for you to fit the classes you need into your busy schedule.
  • Receive exceptional instruction from excellent faculty. The average class size at Sinclair is 16:1, ensuring that you get the individual attention you need from your instructors.
  • Make meaningful connections and take advantage of Sinclair’s partnerships with businesses throughout the community as networking opportunities.
  • Never worry about whether your credits will transfer. DETAIL


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