Regardless of whether you plan to visit Oberlin's campus, we hope that you will engage with us through a variety of virtual visit options.
Tours and Photo Galleries
See Oberlin’s amazing campus and learn about life as an Obie.
Virtual Information Sessions
We can’t wait to share with you how Oberlin offers an exceptional academic experience in the ideal college setting. While the campus is closed, you can watch a prerecorded session or register for a live online session.
Join us on Tuesday evenings at 7pm EDT this fall for Tuesday Talks, a series of informative workshops to support your college search and application process. Sessions will be hosted by an Oberlin admissions counselor and will include ample time for Q&A.
- November 10: Understanding the Admissions Process
Missed a session? Watch past Tuesday Talks on demand on our YouTube channel.
Virtual Multicultural Visit Program
Oberlin’s virtual Multicultural Visit Program (vMVP) is an online community engagement program for high-achieving high school seniors interested in the College of Arts and Sciences and or Conservatory of Music. For more information including program dates and application deadlines:
Virtual International Student Panel
Spend an hour with international Obies and hear about their experiences finding community, support, and belonging at Oberlin. In this live Q&A session, you will be able to ask all of your pressing questions about transitioning to a small liberal arts college and what Oberlin is like for international students.
- October 21
Con Chats (short for conservatory chats) are online sessions for prospective conservatory students held every Saturday through Zoom. Led by current conservatory students, these conversations will provide you the opportunity to learn about Oberlin from their unique perspectives.
Class Visits and Faculty Lessons
College Faculty Lecture
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 lecture, Professor of Psychology and Environmental Studies Cindy Frantz considers the question, “Why are people sometimes irrational, inconsistent, and blind to basic facts?”
Conservatory Faculty Lessons
At Oberlin, our faculty are a big reason why the conservatory is so special. These celebrated teaching artists and educators are completely invested in undergraduate education. While we are unable to accommodate in-person lessons on campus, we always encourage you to interact with our faculty to find out for yourself if Oberlin Conservatory is for you. Please feel free to email them for opportunities to have a virtual lesson. We recommend you attach a musical résumé when emailing so that our faculty can learn more about you.