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Sinclair College Spring Term Begins with Continued Focus on Safety, Student Services and Support

Sinclair Community College’s 2022 Spring Term is underway with a continued focus on COVID-19 safety protocols and enhanced student services and support. 

Student services including admissions, advising, financial aid, registration, and student records continue to be available in-person or remotely.  In addition, expanded student services introduced in 2021 will continue in 2022.  

“Sinclair College remains focused on our mission to find the need and endeavor to meet it by providing vital services to assist students on their way to graduating with the right skills to succeed in today's in-demand jobs,” said Dr. Steve Johnson, President of Sinclair Community College. “The COVID-19 global pandemic continues to present challenges, and we will continue to listen to our students, faculty, and staff to ensure we move forward safely and effectively.”

Student support services outcomes include:

  • Sinclair College has provided $16.5 million in emergency relief funding to students since the onset of the pandemic.  $8.5 million is available for students for Spring Term 2022.  Students may use the funding to cover expenses including food, housing, course materials, technology, health care, and childcare.
  • Student Food Pantry:  More than 250 students served at the Dayton campus and regional locations for Fall Term 2021.
  • Tutoring Services:  Over 1,100 students served during Fall Term 2021.
  • As a result of a student survey identifying mental health as the top concern, Sinclair College introduced a social worker and case management services for students in 2021.  More than 300 students participated in nearly 500 counseling appointments for Fall Term 2021.  
  • Sinclair’s Accessibility Services served more than 1,200 students during Fall Term 2021.

Sinclair is holding a series of in-person and virtual activities for new and returning students beginning Monday, January 10, 2022.  For information on Welcome Week activities, visit sinclair.edu/welcomeweek.  

As it has done throughout the COVID-19 global pandemic, Sinclair College continues to monitor the situation as new variants emerge. Masks remain mandatory in all Sinclair College buildings and facilities. For Spring Term 2022, the in-person to remote course ratio is approximately 50-50. Sinclair students can choose from a variety of flexible course options including in-person, virtual, online, or a combination.