Sinclair Knowledge Base

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How do I apply for a scholarship?

Scholarship applications are available at www.sinclair.edu/scholarships. Scholarships may also be included in your financial aid package.

When are the important registration deadlines?

Here you can find Important Deadlines for Registration dates and the full academic calendar.

What are the important dates for financial aid?

The guarantee date is the date that all required documents must be received by the Financial Aid office in order for the financial aid process to be complete by the payment due date. Please visit the Priority Guarantee Dates link on our webpage.

How much does it cost to attend Sinclair?

Refer to the Current Fee Schedule

 

How do I register for classes?

Students may register in-person at the Dayton campus by presenting a completed registration form to the staff at the Office of Registration & Student Records (Building 12, Room 302) during regular business hours.

Or students can register online using the self-guided Registration Portal at regportal.sinclair.edu or get help scheduling with the assisted Schedule Planner Tool.

Full details on how to register are available here.

How do I apply for financial aid?

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov. List Sinclair as the school to receive your information (School Code: 003119).

View help video: How do I apply for financial aid?

How do I enroll?

To enroll you can apply online or in-person at any Sinclair location. On the Dayton campus you can apply in person by visiting Building 11, Third Floor. A one-time nonrefundable $20 registration fee will be assessed at the time of your initial registration for classes.

For more information about enrolling find your specific student type enrollment steps here.

Admission is open to all applicants, with the exception of international students on an F-1 visa. Some academic programs have additional requirements that must be completed prior to actually beginning the program.