Visiting an academic classroom is a great way to experience what it might be like as a student at Oberlin College.

Oberlin prepares its students for informed, creative, and productive lives through close connections with professors. In fact, faculty here are ranked among the top in the US for undergraduate teaching.

In this sample lecture, Professor of Psychology and Environmental Studies Cindy Frantz considers the question, “Why are people sometimes irrational, inconsistent, and blind to basic facts?”


We hope that you will join us in person once our on-campus visit programs resume.