Sinclair Community College to Invest $32M in Dayton Campus

The Sinclair Community College Board of Trustees approved $32 million in funding for several important construction projects on its campus in downtown Dayton. This investment is one of the largest in the school’s history and the largest in the last forty years.

On March 10, the Sinclair Community College Board of Trustees approved $32 million in funding for projects on its downtown Dayton campus, the school’s largest capital investment in 40 years.

Most of the funds will flow to the $25 million Health Sciences Center project, a transformation of the campus’s Building 14 into a state-of-the-art education and training facility. The facility will help consolidate the school’s healthcare programs, free up space elsewhere on the campus, create efficiencies and encourage inter-professional education. Sinclair will also invest $5 million to build the National UAS Training and Certification Center. The project involves the adaptive reuse of the entire first floor of Building 13, as well as the construction of a two-and-a-half-story pavilion for unmanned aerial systems calibration and flight training. The remaining $2 million will go to the modernization of Buildings 10 and 11, which will house the Integrated Student Services Center. Sinclair said that this renovation project will help it provide individualized support to students for financial aid, enrollment and registration.

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