Sinclair ranked fourth among Ohio community colleges, study saysby Business Staff
DAYTON — A recent study conducted by Schools.com, a source that connects students to degree academic programs, ranked Sinclair College as the No. 4 top community college out of 23 of Ohio’s community colleges.
The study is based on data from the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Education Statistics and College Scorecards.
The study looked at data points relating to factors including affordability, flexibility, and student retention and success outcomes.
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“Sinclair College has been in existence for 133 years and continues to remain the college of choice for students from across the Dayton region,” said Steve Johnson, Sinclair College President. “We are committed to providing students with the best in quality and value that a higher education institution can offer.”
Sinclair was also recently recognized as the most affordable community college in Ohio and ranked No. 21 most affordable nationally out of nearly 1,000 public community colleges nation-wide. The ranking is based on the net tuition price from the US Department of Education’s annual “College Affordability and Transparency List”.