Regional Centers

The Regional Centers continue to play an important role to achieve Sinclair’s Strategic direction: Community Alignment, Sustainability, Quality and Innovation, and Accessibility.

We will continue:

  1. to be grounded in the communities where we are located, to ensure that accessibility is an interactive process where we are in partnership with a wide range of constituents (schools, community organizations, businesses, etc.);
  2. to create a student experience at our locations that affirms belonging and persisting toward students’ educational goals; and
  3. to sharpen our focus on “completion” milestones through streamlining processes, clarifying pathways, and strengthening wrap-around support for students to successfully transition into the college, through academic programs and on to baccalaureate programs and/or careers.

Through these efforts we will realize a vision of strengthened communities with increasing numbers of thriving individuals who transition into evermore successful careers. We commit to this work because we believe that education is vital to social and economic mobility for our students, their families, and generations to follow.

Regional Center Locations:

Sinclair in Eaton
Sinclair in Englewood
Sinclair in Huber Heights
Sinclair in Mason


Scott Markland

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Vice President for Regional Centers

Scott Markland joined Sinclair College in January of 2009 after 15 years of college administration experience at Miami University and the University of Dayton. From 2009 until 2012, Scott led Student and Academic Support Services at Sinclair helping students succeed in their educational goals. Since 2011, he has served as a campus lead for Completion by Design, a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation grant initiative to increase student completion rates. In October of 2012, Scott began a new position at Sinclair as the Vice President for Regional Centers. In this role, he provides leadership for the Sinclair in Mason location as well as the locations in Eaton, Englewood and Huber Heights. Scott is a graduate of Leadership Warren County, and serves on the boards of the Area Progress Council of Warren County and the Mason-Deerfield Chamber of Commerce.