As one of the largest community college campuses in North America, Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio, is easy to notice. But in case the impact of student living and local education in the community isn't entirely clear, the school has been featured in The New York Times as one of the best community colleges in the region and has offered a significant boost to the local economy. Ingrained in the Dayton community, Sinclair has been a local landmark since 1948, when it was established as an adult training school. Today, more than 25,000 eager learners in the area seek student housing at Sinclair as they pursue a variety of academic programs and seek to lead exciting lives in a downtown Dayton college apartment.
Student living at Sinclair Community College is enhanced for many students by special funding from Montgomery County taxpayers, that makes tuition for county residents the lowest among Ohio institutions of higher learning. At a low cost, these students can pursue an associates degree in the arts, sciences, applied science or individualized and technical study, specializing in their choice of 70 programs offered by the college.
With their savings, many students opt to rent a college apartment near campus, in downtown Dayton. Sinclair Community College off campus housing places students directly beside the large plot of untouched land, labeled the Carriage Hill Reserve. While nature lovers may opt to spend their time among the scenery, others in student housing may prefer the nearby Northern Heights Plaza, which includes a Waffle House, Steak 'n Shake and El Torro Mexican restaurants.
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