It's more 4.5 out of 5. I am an older, returning student changing careers, and I have only found acceptance at Sinclair. All the online classes I have taken were easily understood, graded, and the professors responded in a timely manner to communications. My program's Director and professors have been very helpful, and I am glad I am going to Sinclair.
There are not a lot of student activities to be involved with and if you want to be involved you have to seek the right people because it is not always advertised to students. They only have one main library at the main Dayton campus location for Sinclair. The campuses are very boring looking The main campus is very depressing and prison like with rare windows and indoor light.
There are a number of campus resources for students who are interested and actively seek these things (keyword: actively). I would have loved to use the campus gym/weight room/fitness area during my day classes but apparently it's not open during the times I was there. The library is a hot-spot for students, though during my (many) part-time years at Sinclair I only popped in once or twice.
Because Sinclair is a community college, not much goes on that many people know about. It's kind of difficult to find out what activities you can be apart of. There are flyers around the school and ads on the TVs, but not really anyone making an effort to go out and promote their activity. However, there are still a lot of activities that go on. You just have to be 'in the loop' to hear and/or be apart of them.
Not a lot of clean places to sit, there have been bed bug and roach outbreaks.
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