Even the boldest journey of discovery can benefit from guidance. That’s why we make sure you have access to a broad array of resources tailored to your situation. Whether you need advice, information, learning accommodations, or specialized course materials, there’s an academic resource (or a helpful human) to assist you.
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Where to get Support
If you need to choose a class, seek accommodations for a disability, print a paper, or something else, we have the information you need.
From your first days on campus, a faculty advisor helps guide your academic plans and desires. Thinking about an internship? Trying to balance extracurricular activities? Your advisor is a text, phone call, or an e-mail away.
Our SHARE advisors are a vital resource for students. The Share Help and Resource Exchange is a multidisciplinary group whose purpose is to consult on reports of concerning behavior. Have a question or concern? The SHARE team will assess your situation and guide you though an appropriate resolution.
The Office of Disability Resources actively works with roughly 20 percent of Oberlin’s student population, offering accommodations and tools for self-advocacy.Explore disability resources
Textbooks and Computing
Books and technology are essential to your learning at Oberlin. The Oberlin College Bookstore supplies class texts (both hard copy and virtual) as well as official Oberlin merchandise, stationery supplies, and more. Need to print a paper or use a computer? Visit our many computer labs for assistance. And our Center for Information Technology can hook you up with tech support, provide free software, assist with Mac and HP repairs, and more.