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Centerville Fall Term 2020 Classes Still Available

Sinclair is OPEN remotely and Fall 12-Week & B term classes are still open and available to register for! Apply early to get the best course schedule to meet your college and career goals.

Students can utilize the Centerville campus services no matter what course type they choose, such as academic and financial aid advising, etc.

When are Fall 12-Week & B classes?

Fall 2020 12-Week Term classes begin on September 21, 2020 and end on December 13, 2020. Also available are 8-Week B Term classes begin on October 19, 2020 and end on December 13, 2020. You can view the full registration calendar here.

What courses are being offered during the Fall 12-Week & B Term?

Click below to the Registration Portal to see all courses offered and available sections. Click a course below to see available sections in the portal, and to plan your course schedule, and register for classes. New students please call 937-512-2363 for help enrolling or registration assistance at Centerville. Make sure to also talk to your academic advisor about staying on your MAP to graduating on time.

 

*Due to COVID-19 and developing Ohio Governor orders, Fall in-person course offerings could change unexpectedly, and be switched to a remote modality for safety reasons.

Get Help Paying for Classes

Fall Financial Aid might be available for you. The financial aid FAFSA guarantee processing date for Fall Semester is July 17, 2020. Find out more about how you can pay for college with financial aid and scholarships and payment help with loans and/or payment plans.

Sinclair's online scholarship system application dates for Fall Semester is June 1-30. Apply online to Scholarships.

Also available is help options for students related to COVID-19.

New to Sinclair?

Never registered for classes at Sinclair before? Make sure you have applied first.

 

Need help getting started or have questions about enrolling? Talk to an Advising Specialist! 

 
 


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