International students at Sinclair Community College have several housing options:
Living in an American home is a good way to improve your English-speaking skills and will also help you learn more about American culture. Homestay organizations match students and hosts in the Dayton, Ohio area. Students live for an agreed-upon period of time in the host’s home. The host provides for the student’s basic living needs, including a private bedroom, internet access, meals, and a place to study. Students pay a weekly fee to cover meals, accommodations and services provided.
If you are interested in a homestay experience, please contact the International Education Office at email@example.com and we will put you in touch with an organization that arranges homestay opportunities.
Many international students at Sinclair Community College rent apartments in the Dayton area. Please contact the International Education Office at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to assist you to find an apartment.
The Sinclair Community College/Wright State University Double Degree Program is designed for students entering Sinclair with the intention of obtaining a bachelor's degree at Wright State upon completion of their program of study at Sinclair.
Students enrolled in the Double Degree program can select to live in Wright State University’s residence halls while attending Sinclair. Students must meet certain eligibility requirements and should apply to Wright State in January for Fall Housing.
If you are interested in this option, contact the International Education Office for more information at email@example.com