About Sinclair Community College
Sinclair Community College is a comprehensive institution of higher education that continues to offer quality education at the lowest cost in Ohio. The College has a 120-year history of commitment to serving the people of Montgomery County and the Greater Dayton area.
Assisting more than 30,000 students annually, Sinclair’s university parallel courses are designed to transfer to four-year baccalaureate programs. Sinclair students can earn the Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science, and Associate of Technical Studies degrees.
In addition to a variety of one-year certificate programs, Sinclair offers degree related programs including Cooperative Education, Credit for Lifelong Learning, or continuing education at other colleges in SOCHE — the Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education — for Sinclair credit.
More than just a university, Sinclair is a vital part of the Dayton community and frequently hosts and sponsors community engagement events, art shows, conferences, theatre performances and more. Last year, Sinclair faculty and staff directly served over 110,000 individuals in college courses, training sessions and conference center events.
As a comprehensive community college, Sinclair offers a variety of important services:
•University transfer classes and programs (like art, humanities and sciences)
•Direct-to-work career programs (health and engineering)
•Custom training classes for business workers
•A full-service conference and banquet center
•Expert consulting and assistance to numerous community initiatives
Sinclair’s Workforce Development and Corporate Services Division is headquartered in the 200,000 square foot David H. Ponitz Sinclair Center. The Center’s state-of-the-art facilities can handle training, meeting, video teleconferencing and dining needs for small to large groups.
Sinclair’s main campus is adjacent to Interstate 75, at the Third Street exit, on the western edge of downtown Dayton. The 60-acre campus is a delightful blend of modern architecture and green space. Traversing the compact campus is easy thanks to underground corridors and enclosed walkways which connect most buildings.
Sinclair Community College is named after David A. Sinclair, Director of the Dayton, Ohio, YMCA in the late 1880s. While at the YMCA, Mr. Sinclair founded the adult training school that has become the world-class Sinclair Community College.
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Workforce Development & Corporate Services
1900 Founders Drive
Kettering, OH 45420