The policy outlined in this document/ website and procedures to implement are designed to meet the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Sinclair Community College is committed to the policy and will follow the procedures. The Board of Trustees authorizes the Sinclair Community College President to inform students of their rights under the policy and to commit his/her administrative resources to carry out the policy as well as to deal with individuals who violate it. In case a student believes that the college is violating the FERPA, the student has a right to file a complaint with the Department of Education.
Introduction to FERPA
Did You Know?
Nine of our students have made the Academic All-American First Team for Community, Technical and Junior Colleges—more than at any other community college.
Sinclair has established more than 100 transfer agreements to assist students in transferring to other colleges.
Sinclair is the largest regional provider of online education, with more than 180 different online courses.
Sinclair is one of only 12 Vanguard Learning Colleges in the U.S. and Canada, named for our "outstanding record of achievement in learning-centered education."