Sinclair Community College


Founded in 1887, Sinclair College is among the oldest community colleges in America. The college's namesake, David A. Sinclair, founded the workforce education programs to help bridge the gap between the unskilled and the emerging jobs in Southwestern Ohio. David Sinclair's credo, "Find the need and endeavor to meet it," still resonates with us today. For some 135 years, Sinclair College is integral to the Dayton, Ohio region. Sinclair serves over 30,000 unduplicated college credit students annually, offering over 300 college credit degree and certificate programs. In FY2021, Sinclair awarded more than 10,000 college credit degrees and certificates.

Sinclair operates under three overarching strategic priorities:

ALIGNMENT: Southwestern Ohio citizens, communities, and businesses will be served with educational programs and services that are aligned to the economy and the social needs of this region.

GROWTH: The number of college students will grow, as will the rate of success. More businesses and community organizations will receive more training and development services. Efficiency and effectiveness will grow.

DIVERSITY, EQUITY and INCLUSION: The student body, faculty, and staff will reflect the holistic diversity of the region, and success achievement gaps between groups will be eliminated.

The focus of these priorities allows the college to grow, thrive and meet the broader needs of students and the community it serves. With a team of more than 2,500 full- and part-time faculty and staff, Sinclair operates in five locations throughout the Dayton region with a $150 million annual budget.

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