Academic Resources and Policies

Sinclair OnlineFaculty and Classmates

Your first resource for help with any of your online course work should be the instructor teaching the course. Your instructor's contact information may be found on the first page of your syllabus.

Many online courses also encourage the use of the "Discussion Forums". By creating a new post in this area, your classmates and instructor are able to answer questions and give feedback viewable by the entire class.

College Resources and Support

As an online student, you still have access to the same resources and support services as other Sinclair students.

Career Resources
www.sinclair.edu/services/career

Counseling Services
www.sinclair.edu/support/counseling

Disability Services
www.sinclair.edu/support/disability

Ombudsman (Student Advocate)
www.sinclair.edu/support/advocate

Online Academic Resources

Sinclair Library
libguides.sinclair.edu/distance

Tutorial Services
www.sinclair.edu/support/tutor

Online Tutoring
www.sinclair.edu/support/tutor/list/onlinetutoring

Additional Student Support Services
www.sinclair.edu/support

 


Student Services

my.sinclair Student Portal
http://my.sinclair.edu

Enrollment Services
www.sinclair.edu/services/enroll

Academic Advising
www.sinclair.edu/services/advising

Registration & Student Records
www.sinclair.edu/services/registration

Financial Aid & Scholarships
www.sinclair.edu/services/finaid

Bursar’s Office
www.sinclair.edu/services/bursar


Policies

SinclairOnline Registration Policy
Current or returning Sinclair students must have a 2.0 cumulative grade point average to enroll in online courses. Students who are new to Sinclair may register if they have met the course prerequisite.

Late Registration Policy
www.sinclair.edu/services/registration/policies/latereg

How to Succeed Online
The How to Succeed Online tutorial is a prerequisite for enrolling in any Sinclair Online course. For more information, visit the How to Succeed Online information page.