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How do I participate in CCP at Sinclair?

The CCP admissions process with Sinclair is a Two Step Process. Students new to Sinclair, without a Sinclair student id, will need to complete the ONLINE CCP Application and submit a completed and signed Parent/Guardian-School Authorization form.  Once both of these have been completed and received by the CCP Office at Sinclair, you will be notified of the student’s next steps.  For more information follow steps outlined in the Prospective Students section of the CCP webpage.

What are the important CCP deadlines?

Here you can find Important Deadlines for Sinclair College Registration Periods.

What support is available for first-generation students?

Young Scholar students meet throughout the academic year and are given the opportunity to participate in various community and cultural events. Find more information about Young Scholars.

Upward Bound is a federally funded, pre-college program that helps students complete their high school education successfully, enroll in, and graduate from college.

Student Support Services is a Federal TRIO program that is designed to help students stay in college and graduate.

What services are available for out-of-school students?

The nationally recognized Fast Forward Center is a resource center that serves students ages 16-21 who are currently out of school or not attending regularly. Established in 2001, we assist students and parents in determining the “best fit” academic program to help them earn their high school diploma. Our purpose is to reconnect and re-engaged disconnected youth to viable alternative educational programs for high school completion and successful transition to post-secondary education, workforce, or the military.

How can I earn College credit in High School?

Sinclair offers some different ways for a current High School student to get Sinclair College credit.

Miami Valley Tech Prep Consortium (MVTPC) is a unique organization whose mission is to help students meaningfully experience a career/technical field of study at the high school level and simultaneously earn college credits

College Credit Plus (CCP) gives students in grades 7-12 the opportunity to take college courses for free and earn high school and college credit before graduating high school.

What Scholarships are available to high school students?

The Taylor Scholars Program provides graduates of the Young Scholars Program. Fast Forward Center partner high schools, and CCRCs with the opportunity to receive the Taylor Scholarship and holistic support from the Taylor Scholar Support Program. Program completers have the opportunity to earn a $3,000 scholarship to Sinclair for two years and a stipend of $300/semester.

Learn more about all available scholarships

What pre-college programs are available specifically for my High School?

Sinclair offers pre-college programs within partner and targeted schools, working collaboratively with parents/families, school administrators and staff, and community stakeholders to achieve student success.

How do I participate in Tech Prep?

Interested high school students can apply to Miami Valley Tech Prep online. Also available is an application walkthrough tutorial.

What Tech Prep programs are available?

Miami Valley Tech Prep presently offers programs of study from 15 Ohio career fields for high school students. Each program consists of academic and technical curriculum that is delivered the junior and senior year of high school. Tech Prep curriculum is designed to lead to a college degree in the technical program of choice. Click on career fields listed to the left for detailed information on individual Sinclair degree programs and certificates.

How do I know what CCP courses I should take?

Students should work with their high school guidance counselor to make sure that they are meeting their requirements for high school graduation.  Sinclair has also developed General Course Pathways to assist students/ families and high school guidance counselors with helping students choose courses that will decrease their time towards degrees in these pathways.  Working with a Sinclair Academic Advisor is recommended for students to ensure they are taking the best course options for their college degree and career goals.