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Home Schooled Students Choose Sinclair at Mason

 

Why choose Sinclair for your Home Schooled Student?

Sinclair can provide:
  • Safe social spaces and environment for learning
  • Course credit that transfers to four-year institutions
  • Small class sizes and personalized attention
  • Small conveniently located Mason campus
  • Modern campus with the latest technology for learning
  • Strong academics that are rigorously reviewed and accredited for quality
  • Challenging College level courses focused on career readiness
  • Free tutoring and learning support
  • Complete Library access and Media Center

Frequently Asked Questions

No, the process is the same for home schooled students and all other high school students and applicants. Start the application process for Admission here.
Letters of recommendation are not required for the Sinclair admissions process. 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. These include the Health Sciences programs, Paralegal, Police Academy, Early Childhood Education, ASEP, CAP, Honda PACT and the A.I.S. and A.T.S. degrees. To learn more about Sinclair's academic programs, visit the A-Z Program List

We know the cost of tuition and paying for college is important to you. Check out the chart below to see how Sinclair's tuition compares. View Sinclair's current tuition cost and fee schedule.

Based on 30 credit hours per year, average published tuition costs for full-time undergraduates, 2018-19: Sinclair (Montgomery County Resident) $3,481**. Sinclair (Ohio Resident) $4,898**. Public (4-year In-state) $9,970*. For-profit $16,000*. Private (4-year Nonprofit) $34,748*. Note: These amounts do NOT include room and board fees incurred at typical four-year schools. *SOURCE: The College Board. 2017-2018 Annual Survey of Colleges

Sinclair in Mason is comprised of 2 buildings. Building A is the primary building, and Building B holds workforce development classes, community room, and other classes.

Campus Map / Building Room Map

Sinclair is required to disclose an Annual Safety Reports (ASR) highlighting crime statistics. As a whole Sinclair's locations statistically have less crime than the surrounding cities and are very safe.

 

Home Schooled Student Application Process

Ready to get started at Sinclair? Follow the steps below to find out how to begin your degree or certificate. All steps can be completed at the Sinclair in Mason location!

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. These include the Health Sciences programs, Paralegal, Police Academy, Early Childhood Education, ASEP, CAP, Honda PACT and the A.I.S. and A.T.S. degrees. To learn more about Sinclair's academic programs, visit the A-Z Program List. If you have any questions, please contact us at 513-441-0014.

Take a tour of Sinclair at Mason

If you would like to schedule a tour of the campus, please click hereCampus visits are highly recommended for students attending college or Sinclair for the first time. Campus visits are available Monday-Friday.

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