Dayton Campus Master Plan
Since the early 1970s, Sinclair’s downtown Dayton campus has grown organically from its original seven buildings on 20 acres to become a 65+ acre complex with more than 20 buildings filled with classrooms, labs and offices. In November 2011, the college engaged in a master planning process to address issues of efficiency of existing facilities, as well as important considerations around people flow, traffic, parking, and most importantly the readiness of facilities for future educational needs.
In the fall of 2012, Sinclair executives hosted a number of focus group meetings with student, community, industry and Sinclair leaders to discuss the future needs of the campus and the region. The master plan consultants took that feedback and incorporated it into a formal master plan for Sinclair’s Dayton campus. This plan was received by the Sinclair Board of Trustees in March 2012 and is a 20+ year plan that will guide the college's growth and redevelopment.
Dayton Campus Master Plan Overview [PDF 483KB]
Dayton Campus Master Plan Executive Summary [PDF 4.5MB]
Summary of Themes from Focus Groups' Feedback [PDF 169K]
Board of Trustees Resolution Accepting the Master Plan [PDF 11KB]
Courseview Campus Center Master Plan
Sinclair's Courseview Campus Center opened in 2007 in one of the fastest growing regions in the state. Designed to accommodate about 1,000 students, the Courseview Campus Center has outgrown its capacity much faster than anticipated. Therefore, in the last few years, Sinclair College and the Sinclair Foundation have acquired about 70 acres of land in the vicinity of Courseview Drive in Mason.
A master plan completed in early 2012 outlines a vision for the future which, when it is realized in the coming decades, will provide a full-service campus offering a full complement of degrees and certificates for about 10,000 students. In addition, expanded partnerships with other colleges and universities will provide even greater access to higher education options convenient to Warren County residents and businesses.