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Student Faculty Ratio
Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.116 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.112 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.112 responses
Most Popular Majors
Police and Criminal Science607 Graduates
Business Administration and Management302 Graduates
Nursing Assistant257 Graduates
Social Work and Youth Services239 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities225 Graduates
Hospitality and Tourism Management203 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics120 Graduates
Commercial and Advertising Art115 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
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Sinclair Community College Reviews
My experience so far at Sinclair has surpassed my expectations. Yes, it may not be like a university or have all the exciting things happening like homecoming week and the "college experience," but its better than all of that. Within my first week at Sinclair, I could tell that this place was going to change my life for the better. I have amazing and intellectual teachers who are so eager to help you learn and make it fun at the same time. They are patient, kind, and have very high expectations for you to succeed. I am majoring in Nursing and already my classes and professors have guided me into the correct road to my future. The other employees are so helpful and sincere that it makes going ti school feel like home. I recommend this school to people who want to focus on their education and at the same time meet some fantastic people.
I am a student with a disability. Sinclair has been very good helping me selected classes and offering accommodations to help me succeed. They also have done an excellent job of trying to make books more affordable for the students. The only draw back is I drive 45 minutes to one of their satellite campuses. I live in Spring Valley, OH (Greene County) and did not want to attend the larger campus downtown in Dayton, OH. Wish they could offer a satellite office in South of Dayton in Centerville OH (Montgomery County)area. Also wish their tuition wasn't more expensive for those who live outside of Montgomery County. Ohio has 88 counties, the fact only one of those counties gets lower tuition doesn't seem fair.
Sinclair Community College is a good college.It allows me to work and attend classes. I 'm impressed by the agreement they have with Wright State University for students who want to continue their education after getting their associate degree from Sinclair. They made an agreement with Sinclair that if the student takes all the courses required that matches the requirement with Wright State University classes then they can immediately transfer to Wright State University, after obtaining their associate's degree from Sinclair. They must also maintain a 2.5 GPA it doesn't get any better than that. The only thing that could hinder a student from graduating or going to school is having the money to pay for their tuition. That's my dilemma. I work but I need help in paying for my tuition. I have twelve to thirteen classes left before I can get my associate degree in Psychology. I want to go on to get my bachelor's degree after first getting my associate degree in psychology. Sinclair Community College gives me that opportunity, I just have to get help financially. That's why I know that Sinclair Community College is the best!