Academic advisors help you define educational goals and provide information, encouragement and advice for making good decisions. We listen to concerns, ask questions to help you through the decision-making process and help you understand your program requirements. Students are encouraged to schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor.
The Bursar's Office staff helps Sinclair students and their families understand their expenses and bills and make payments easily and efficiently. Our responsibilities include accurate and timely student account electronic billing and analysis, prompt refunds, and any other fees, payments, or credits.
The primary goal of the Financial Aid & Scholarships office is to provide financial assistance to students who, without such aid, would be unable to attend college. The college offers financial aid in the form of grants, loans, scholarships and employment. The key to financing your education is to start planning early and to keep your options open. The more you know about how financial aid works, the better prepared you will be to pay for college.
The Office of Registration & Student Records is responsible for the collection, administration, maintenance, processing, and distribution of information. This office also determines the access and distribution of those records, based on College policy, state and federal laws, and is involved in the interpretation of academic policies as they relate to students.