Welcome to OberlinOn behalf of the Oberlin family of students, faculty, and staff, congratulations on your admission to Oberlin! We're thrilled that you'll be joining us in the fall, and we very much look forward to meeting you and helping you begin your Oberlin career. In the meantime, we've gathered some useful resources on this webpage to get you started. Welcome to Oberlin.
Campus Visit Days in April
Come visit and experience Oberlin up close during the annual All Roads Leads to Oberlin special visit program. Throughout the month of April, we have planned specific programs just for admitted students and their families. Stay overnight in a residence hall with a current student, sample classes and dining options, meet and socialize with other students admitted to the class of 2019, and much more.
All Roads Lead to Oberlin takes place April 10, 13, 17, 20, and 24. Can’t make those dates? Please visit us anytime in April and learn all that Oberlin has to offer.
Registration for All Roads begins in mid March. Check your e-mail for more details and instructions to register online.
Oberlin College New Student Orientation 2015 begins Tuesday, August 25, and continues through Sunday, August 30. The first two days will include programs for students and parents, with the parent sessions concluding at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 26. Review the preliminary Orientation schedule to see what's being planned.
The Pre-Orientation Program for International Students will begin on Sunday, August 23 and continue through Tuesday, August 25. Campus residence halls open for new international students on Saturday, August 22. Orientation for all new and transfer students will take place August 26. Read more about programs, activities and services for international students and review the preliminary pre-orientation schedule for international students.
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