We offer several visit programs to help you determine if Oberlin is right for you! Choose the visit program that will allow you to experience as much of Oberlin as your time allows.
Junior Visit Program
Our Spring Junior Visit Program provides an insider’s view of Oberlin for current high school juniors. Get an in-depth look at life at Oberlin through this full-day visit that includes a tour of campus, information session, panels, and the opportunity to interact with current students. Register using the links below:
All Roads Lead to Oberlin: Visit Days for Admitted Students
Students who are admitted are invited to attend one of the official highlight programs in March and April. These visit days feature opportunities to attend class, learn about campus resources, and interact with faculty, staff, and students. For registration details, refer to your All Roads Lead to Oberlin email invitation.
Summer Visit Days
For students looking for an in-depth summer visit, the Summer Visit Days are a full-day program that may be just right for you! While on campus, you’ll take a tour, attend panel sessions, and meet staff, students, and faculty.
Fall Visit Days
High school juniors and seniors are invited to experience Oberlin through a Fall Visit Day. This is a full-day program that includes a tour of campus, Oberlin information sessions, panel sessions with faculty and current students, and class observations.
Multicultural Visit Program
Oberlin’s Multicultural Visit Program (MVP) is a community engagement program for high-achieving high school seniors interested in the College of Arts and Sciences and/or Conservatory of Music. We encourage applications from students with diverse backgrounds. This includes students who identify as Asian American, Black/African American, Hispanic/Latinx, Native American, Alaskan Native, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander. Additionally, students from families with limited financial resources, regardless of cultural or racial background, as well as those who are among the first in their families to attend college (first generation) are eligible. Participants must be a US citizen, permanent resident, or undocumented student living within the US.
Students accepted to the program will participate in a host of experiences, including a campus tour, class visits, admissions and financial aid workshops, and interactive activities with current students, professors, and staff.
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