Visit programs are a great way to get to know Oberlin! However, if you are not able to attend one of the programs below, visit opportunities are offered most days of the week. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. We are looking forward to welcoming you to campus!
Take advantage of a special trip to Oberlin for high school seniors from your area! The Regional Fly-in includes round-trip air transportation, ground transportation between the airport and campus, overnight accommodations in a residence hall, and all meals on campus. Travel grants are available to students from families with limited financial resources. Fly-in FAQ
- Los Angeles: Sept. 11-13 - Register >>
- San Francisco: Sept. 11-13 - Register >>
- Chicago: Sept. 12-13 - Register >>
- New York #1: Sept. 15-16 - Register >>
- Boston: Sept. 15-16 - Register >>
- New York #2: Sept. 26-27 - Register >>
- Washington, D.C./Baltimore: Sept. 26-27 - Register >>
Summer Open Houses
For students looking for an in-depth summer visit, the Summer Open House is a full-day program that may be just right for you. While on campus, you'll take a tour, attend panel sessions, sample a meal in the dining hall, and meet staff, students, and faculty. Optional music and science sessions will also be available. Registration will be live in Spring 2017 for these summer programs.
Multicultural Visit Program
The Multicultural Visit Program (MVP) is a selective, all-expenses-paid visit program for high-achieving high school seniors who have not yet had the opportunity to visit campus. We encourage applications from students from diverse backgrounds such as Black or African American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Hispanic/Latino/a, or Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander. To support socioeconomic diversity, the selection committee will also consider students from families with limited financial resources, regardless of cultural or racial background, as well as those who are among the first in their families to attend college (first generation). Visit the MVP website to learn more about the program.
- MVP #1: Oct. 27-29
- MVP #2: Nov. 17-19
- MVP #3: Dec. 1-3
Senior Visit Days
High school seniors are invited to experience Oberlin through a fall Senior Visit Day. This is a full-day program that includes an optional overnight stay in a residence hall with a current student, panel sessions with faculty and current students, and the opportunity to have lunch in the dining hall.
- October 10, 2016 - Register >>
- November 4, 2016 - Register >>
- November 7, 2016 - Register >>
- November 11, 2016 - Register >>
Spring Junior Visit Program
Attention juniors! The Spring Junior Visit Program is an insider’s view of Oberlin that will allow you to take a tour, sit in on classes, speak to admissions counselors and current students, complete an interview, and attend other events on campus. The 2017 Junior Visit Program dates will be available in Fall 2016.
AICUO - Ohio Independent College Visit Days
The Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Ohio (AICUO) offers morning and afternoon half-day visit opportunities for students interested in learning more about the vibrant range of private institutions in Ohio. Pick two independent colleges/universities per day and hit the road! Registration will be live in Spring 2017 for these summer programs.
Summer Sampler Days
Taking a college road trip this summer? Plan a half-day visit stop at Oberlin during a Summer Sampler Day! Please note admissions interviews will be reserved for rising seniors only. Admissions interviews are not required. Registration will be live in Spring 2017 for these summer programs.
Ohio Six College Tour
Oberlin College is partnering with the Ohio Six Colleges (Denison, Kenyon, Ohio Wesleyan, Wittenberg, and Wooster) to offer half-day visit programs in early August. Pick two colleges per day and join us to learn about liberal arts opportunities in Ohio! Registration will be live in Spring 2017 for these summer programs.
Information sessions led by an admissions counselor and campus tours led by a current student provide an overview of the Oberlin community and the application process. If you are unable to make it to a visit program, please consult the Visit Calendar to confirm availability for a daily visit throughout the academic year and summer.