The mission of the Ombudsman Solution Center at Sinclair is to provide support, mediation, and advocacy for fair processes throughout the institution. The office works to analyze information gathered from student experiences in order to implement procedural changes into Sinclair’s culture.
The men and women of the Department of Public Safety are dedicated to maintaining a safe environment. We can only achieve a truly safe campus through the cooperation of the campus community. Each of us must assume personal responsibility by reporting crime and taking precautions to prevent ourselves from becoming a victim. The Department of Public Safety and Sinclair Police serve the campus 24 hours a day, seven days a week providing emergency services, responding to criminal and non-criminal incidents, providing escorts to your vehicle or assisting in finding a lost item.
For assistance or report a concerning issue or problem, please complete one of the following notification forms (included below are descriptions for each notification form, please select and complete the one most appropriate to your needs): Student Code of Conduct Notification Form, Ombudsman Assistance Form and Behavioral Intervention Reporting Form
The Student Judicial Affairs Code of Conduct Handbook is a guide to the standards of conduct required for a learning community in which members pursue their goals. This handbook provides much of the detailed behavioral guidelines college community members are responsible for knowing. The Student Judicial Affairs Code of Conduct Handbook is a companion to the college catalog, which contains academic policies, financial information, and other policies.
Sinclair Community College reaffirms its commitment to an academic, work, and study environment free of inappropriate and disrespectful sexual conduct and communication in any form. All students, faculty, and staff are protected under and subject to the guidelines of this policy. Sinclair will conduct its programs, services, and activities in accordance with applicable federal laws, including Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, state and local laws, and Sinclair policies.