Enrollment Management and Student Affairs

It is the aim of the Enrollment Management and Student Affairs division to support the teaching and learning mission of the College. The Division is made up of five groups: Strategic Enrollment Management and Marketing Services, Finanacial Aid and Scholarships, Office of International Education, Registration and Student Records, and Student Affairs. Each of these groups uniquely and collaboratively contributes to the successful fulfillment of the mission of the Division. This mission is to be a catalyst for change and innovation as the college intensifies its focus on student success and completion. The Division also strives to have the most engaged, satisfied, and successful community college student body in the state of Ohio. Each group creates actionable initiatives that will impact this vision.

The Division's goals and priorities always connect and impact the overarching Institutional Strategic Priorities of the College:

  • Quality and Innovation
  • Effective and Sustainable Organization
  • Access and Affordability
  • Community Alignment

Are you ready to start on the best road to your future at Sinclair Community College? Getting started is simple. No matter which Sinclair location is right for you, all of the steps are the same and easy to complete!

The New Student Enrollment Center coordinates services that new students need to get off to a good start! Allow our staff to answer questions and inform you of the wealth of services and programs Sinclair has to offer.

The primary goal of the office of Financial Aid and Scholarships is to provide financial assistance to students who, without such aid, would be unable to attend college.

The International Education department is here to assist you with enrollment, information, immigration advising, academic advising, registration, new student orientation, campus life and campus living information. Free tutorial, counseling and career resources are easily accessible on campus.

The Office of Registration and Student Records is responsible for the collection, administration, maintenance, processing, and distribution of information. As official custodian of student academic records, the Office of Registration determines the access and distribution of those records, based on College policy, state and federal laws, and is involved in the interpretation of academic policies as they relate to students.

The leadership and staff of Student Affairs work as a team to coordinate and deliver support services that assist students in the successful attainment of learning goals at Sinclair Community College.

Contact Information
Building 10, Room 315

P: 512-5502

F: 512-5370