Prospective students for the College of Arts and Sciences and Oberlin Conservatory of Music can experience student day life—and nightlife—by scheduling an overnight stay during one of our Campus Visit Programs.
You’ll stay on campus overnight with a current student in one of our residence halls. It’s a wonderful opportunity for you to discover what college life could be like if you choose to attend Oberlin College.
During your visit, you might sample food in a dining hall or a co-op, explore the campus and town, attend a dance or jazz concert in the ’Sco or the Birenbaum, hear a poetry slam or a cappella group in the Cat in the Cream Coffeehouse, or attend another evening event.
Be prepared to sleep on a residence hall room floor. Bring a sleeping bag, pillow, towel, and toiletries. Questions about staying overnight? Review the Overnight FAQ.
Overnight visits are available on a limited basis for students in their senior year of high school. You’re welcome to stay with us through one of the following programs:
College Admissions Visit Programs
The College of Arts and Sciences sponsors these programs, which include the Regional Fly-In Program, Multicultural Visit Program, and Fall Open Houses.
Prospective conservatory students who plan to stay overnight should be prepared to stay with a current arts and sciences student and sleep on a residence hall room floor. If your audition is scheduled after your overnight, you should consider staying in a local hotel or similar facility instead. We do not offer overnight stays for Saturday or Sunday nights.
If you plan to stay overnight during the time of your on-campus audition, contact Conservatory Admissions, 440-775-8413 or firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks prior to your audition date to register.
Stay with a Friend
Know a current College of Arts and Sciences or Oberlin Conservatory student? You may arrange to stay overnight with them in their residence hall. It is your responsibility to contact your host and have them register you as their guest through their Residential Area Coordinator.
If neither option listed above works for you, we recommend seeking local accommodations to experience the town of Oberlin during your visit to campus.