Office for Disability and Access (ODA)

Student Accessibility Advocates

Student accessibility advocates are peer mentors who can answer questions about academics, clubs, student and campus organizations, and other resources on campus. They are all experienced upper-class students who are familiar with Oberlin’s coursework and have learning strategies on how to be a successful student.

If you would like to meet with one an advocate, contact Disability Resources and we will have one of them contact you.

If you would like to become a student accessibility advocate, we invite you to complete and submit an application.

SAA application