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Clubs and Organizations

In alignment with the college’s decision to host all classes remotely, all programming through Student and Community Engagement, including student group meetings/events/activities/travel, are canceled to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 through social distancing beginning March 11, 2020 through the end of spring semester. Please understand this is a rapidly evolving situation and these dates are subject to change as we learn more.

Student groups are permitted and encouraged to host meetings and activities in virtual spaces during this time.

As a student, you can participate in a wide variety of activities and student organizations and clubs at Sinclair College. Through these opportunities, you can meet new friends, explore your interests, and make a difference at Sinclair and in your community. Whether you are a full or part time student, getting involved is the best way to make connections, expand your horizons, and build up your resume!

JOIN US today!

  1. Review the Sinclair Chartered Student Groups and the links provided for Sinclair Organizations
  2. Email the Advisor(s) listed or stop by Student & Community Engagement, Dayton Campus - Building 8, Room 025 for more information


Student Clubs and Organizations
Sinclair Organizations

Looking for more student leadership opportunities? Consider starting a new student club or organization.

Resources for Student Officers
  1. Student Activities Event Forms
  2. Posting of Event Flyers
  3. More resources are available on the eLearn community for student officers
  4. Upcoming Events:  Student Club and Organization Activities

Note: Student led clubs and organizations are organized in accordance with the guidelines of Sinclair’s Student & Community Engagement office. The views and opinions expressed by student clubs and organizations do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Sinclair College.

Student Group Definitions
  • Student clubs are established by enrolled students who share a common interest, value, and/or goal to accomplish a shared vision that is outlined by a constitution.
  • Student organizations are affiliated with an outside organization and are considered campus chapters that work to accomplish the established vision and goals through membership events.
  • Sinclair organizations are comprehensive, co-curricular student leadership programs that are considered college chapters where students work collaboratively to accomplish leadership goals of the program.
  • Community organizations are service and civic groups that promote engagement and giving back within our community. These groups are not affiliated with Sinclair College. For more information and/or to seek membership, contact the local club within your area.