Oberlin's distinguished liberal arts college and Conservatory of Music combine to create a learning environment like no other. Located 35 miles southwest of Cleveland, Ohio, our 440-acre campus immerses students in opportunities for intellectual and artistic growth.
See what the campus community offers: View the campus from above with our Aerial Oberlin Tour or check out our facilities by way of our 360 Virtual Tour. Take a glimpse of places and spaces on campus where much of the academic, social, athletic, and musical activities occur, whether it’s in our highly ranked Allen Memorial Art Museum or the Adam J. Lewis Center for Environmental Studies, our flagship green building.
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Wilder Bowl is the heart of campus, a large, open grassy area surrounded by trees and dotted by benches. Almost every student passes through it daily to get to a class. Many use the space to toss a Frisbee, catch a snooze, read, and connect with friends.
Technology abounds throughout this modern, integrated complex. It houses the biology, chemistry, physics and astronomy, and neuroscience departments, and the Science Library.
Adam Joseph Lewis Center
Inside and out, the Lewis Center is a laboratory for learning how humans interact with the environment. Architect magazine declared the Lewis Center one of the most important green buildings of the last 30 years.
Allen Memorial Art Museum
The Allen Memorial Art Museum is recognized as one of the five best college art museums in the United States.
Lemle Academic Commons
Located on the first floor of the Main Library, the Robert S. Lemle '75 and Roni Kohen-Lemle '76 Academic Commons offers extensive space for students to study, use computers, and even enjoy a cup of coffee.
Lily McGregor Skybar
The Lily Smith McGregor Skybar is a sleek, airy space for conservatory deans, faculty, and staff to meet informally or for small group sessions and workshops.
The three contiguous conservatory buildings look out over the serene beauty of a Japanese-inspired landscape. Minoru Yamasaki, the architect for the original World Trade Towers, designed the complex.
Clonick Recording Studio
Students may reserve this state-of-the-art recording facility in the Bertram and Judith Kohl Building to rehearse and record. Acoustically excellent, the studio features high definition cameras and high-resolution audio recording systems.
Thomas Kutzen '76 Rehearsal Room
The Bertram and Judith Kohl Building has several multiuse rehearsal and performances spaces for students in the Jazz Studies Program.
Kulas Recital Hall
Kulas is a 144-seat recital hall ideal for chamber music performances, master classes, and small jazz ensembles.
This 13-acre green space connects the college to the city of Oberlin. This National Historic Landmark is the site of many campus and town-gown events including folk and cultural festivals, summer concerts, and Commencement.