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Sinclair Board engages national experts to design better campus for students
Sinclair Community College
Students will someday benefit from a Dayton campus that is more accessible and easier to navigate thanks to a decision November 15 from the Sinclair Community College Board of Trustees. At their regular meeting on November 15, the Board voted to authorize $2.4 million in funds to engage national experts in architecture and improvements to the physical plant of the college campus. The funds allocated are not for construction and are architectural and engineering services only. The goal of the Master Plan is to make Sinclair’s campus easier to navigate and to more easily connect the tens of thousands of students a year who take courses at the Dayton campus to the amenities of Downtown Dayton.
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Date Published: December 9, 2016