Students are responsible for their own transportation to campus. Sinclair does not provide any transportation service. Below are some available options:
Effective Fall term 2017, RTA, in partnership with Sinclair Community College, will be providing an RTA pass plan to be purchased by semester. Beginning Fall term 2017, students may purchase a semester pass for a flat rate of $175 per semester. This reflects a cost savings of $100 compared to purchasing
an RTA pass on a monthly basis for a semester! The Fall 2017 pass will be valid from August 7 through December 24, and are now available for purchase in the Sinclair Bookstore. The purchase is financial aid eligible for qualifying students once Fall financial aid book charges open on August 11. We encourage you to consider this new RTA option!
In order to purchase this RTA semester pass, a student must:
Students are encouraged to consider this RTA option!
Greene CATS Public Transit’s services are open to the general public. They provide two types of Demand Responsive service: (1) Scheduled Rides pick up and drop off riders at any location within Greene County with limited service to Montgomery County. Operating Monday-Sunday 6:00 am - 9:00 pm; (2) Flex Routes have defined routes with scheduled time points that circulate and link Greene County communities of Beavercreek, Fairborn, Xenia, and Yellow Springs; operating seven days a week. A flex express route that connects Xenia to Downtown Dayton is also available, weekdays only. Deviations on Flex Routes up to 1/2 of a mile are available upon request.
At Sinclair, the Red Line picks up and drops off in front of Building 10 on Fourth Street.
For Scheduled Rides and Flex Route Deviations, call the Scheduling Office between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday, at least two business days (by noon) before your trip date. Requests may be made up to one month in advance. All buses feature bike racks mounted on the front of the bus for carrying bicycles and meet ADA accessibility guidelines. In addition, Greene CATS Public Transit connects to Greater Dayton RTA, Montgomery County’s public transit system.
Students who are clients of the Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation or the Bureau of Services for the Visually Impaired should discuss transportation options with their counselor.
Students who are unable to come to campus may want to consider SinclairOnline.