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Important Announcement

Responding to Unprecedented Challenges

in response to covid-19, oberlin faculty have gone beyond moving classes online. they’ve changed the curriculum.

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College of Arts and Sciences

七星彩论坛特区精选the oberlin ethos encourages cross-discipline exploration that breaks down boundaries and allows students to find—or create—their own paths. see where your path might lead.

Conservatory of Music

music is in oberlin’s dna. we are the only major music school in america that focuses almost exclusively on undergraduate education. our programs, classes, and performance opportunities create an ideal environment for developing the complete musician. 

Experience Oberlin, Virtually

we have suspended all admission-related campus visits and admitted student events until further notice due to covid-19 and the emphasis on the safety of our community. while we are unable to welcome you to campus, we hope that you will engage with us through our virtual information sessions, virtual tour, and more.

Recent News

People working on a farm.

Oberlin Students Host Earth Day Symposium Online

May 12, 2020

the organizers of the earth day 50 celebration shifted their plans to make a 10-day symposium of speakers and panel discussions a virtual experience that appealed to a broad audience.

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Memory and Memorial

May 4, 2020

oberlin alumni magazine revisits the events of the kent state university antiwar protests in an exclusive online feature story.

Awards and Honors

七星彩论坛特区精选oberlin faculty, students, and alumni compete for awards, scholarships, and fellowships that reward high achievement in disciplines across the board. from stem fields to musical performance to art and more, obies see their hard work recognized and supported by the most prestigious organizations in higher education.

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七星彩论坛特区精选“the liberal arts framework of oberlin gives you the space to listen, and most importantly, to learn.”

Jules Greene ’19