The Sinclair Community College Archives is the official repository for records of historical value, which trace the origins, organization, policies, operations, history, and development of Sinclair Community College.
The Office of Budget and Analysis supports the Vice President for Business Operations and Chief Financial Officer in effectively managing the budgetary resources of Sinclair Community College. Working closely with academic and administrative units, the Office of Budget and Analysis coordinates the annual planning and budgeting process, prepares long-term financial projections, and provides detailed financial analyses including cost/benefit analysis, data trend analysis, and forecasting for internal use and external agencies.
The span of control for Business Services includes: Central Duplicating, Food Service, Mail Center, Parking, Purchasing, and bookstore. Much of the College's legal processes, property acquisition, liability avoidance, and general business activity are either passed through or originated by this office.
The College Relations Office is responsible for information services to College personnel and the general public for institutional advancement.
To reduce crime and ensure members of the campus community are as safe and secure as possible, the Sinclair Police Department employs 22 full-time and 2 part-time sworn professional police officers.
Thank you for your interest in the Sinclair Community College Duplicating Department. The Duplicating Department works to provide you with all the services you may need. We offer Digital copying with both inline and offline bindery and finishing options.
Facilities, Planning & Construction
The Grants Office strategically pursues external funding opportunities to advance Sinclair's Vision, Mission, and Strategic Plan.
It is the mission of the Sinclair Community College Human Resources Department to pro-actively provide comprehensive human resources services including: employment, compensation and benefits, employee relations, learning and development, and other services to our customers in a timely, caring, and respectful manner.
Information Technology consists of nine area functions: Information Security, Application Administration, Application Delivery, Application Development, End-User Computing, Network Operations Center, Server-Based Computing, Telecommunications, and User Support.
Instructional Development Support is dedicated to the promotion, support, and growth of technology use within the college community.
Learning Technology Productions works with Sinclair faculty and staff to design and develop video, audio, multimedia, presentation and web products that enhance and improve learner-centered courses.
The Marketing Services department is responsible for the implementation of the college marketing policy.
The primary goal of all purchasing activities at the College is to acquire goods and services for Sinclair Community College within statutory, regulatory and procedural guidance in an efficient and effective manner at a fair and reasonable cost with timely delivery and proper performance. As a "custodian of public monies", the operating premise of the Purchasing Department is: integrity and professionalism.
Records Management’s Mission: A sound records management program provides an effective means of controlling the growth and availability of business records by systematically managing their creation, use, maintenance, retention, and disposal. Retaining unneeded records in file cabinets, disks, hard drives, and storage areas is inefficient use of space. The college’s office space is valuable and should be used efficiently and effectively. Archives & Records Management is located in 7L32, adjacent to the Library. For information email Julie Orenstein or call 937-512-2319.
Research, Analytics & Reporting (RAR) is the official source of all institutional data related to enrollment matters. In that capacity, the department handles the majority of external reports required by regulatory bodies as well as approved information requests from a wide variety of other organizations.
Food Service is our job.
The department of Space Analysis (SA) was created to provide decision-support for issues regarding Sinclair’s physical spaces. A primary goal is to help Sinclair make the best, most efficient use of space.
For over thirty years, the Staff Development and Innovation Committee (SDIC), composed of representatives from all employee categories, has been the vehicle for planning professional development activities.
The Sinclair Honors Program is designed to meet the needs of academically superior students who seek intellectual challenge and are willing to assume more responsibility for the learning experience. The aim of the program is to identify, stimulate and recognize Sinclair's best students. Honors courses cultivate critical thinking skills, encourage individual inquiry, and demand quality performance and responsibility.
Did You Know?
Sinclair's student/faculty ratio of 19 to 1, among the lowest at Ohio's colleges, allows students to receive more individual attention.
Nine of our students have made the Academic All-American First Team for Community, Technical and Junior Colleges—more than at any other community college.
Sinclair offers the lowest tuition rate in Ohio.
Sinclair faculty are consistently awarded for their teaching excellence.