Oberlin College and Conservatory of Music have a combined 40,000+ alumni. The Alumni Association seeks to unite graduates with each other and current students through mentoring and career development programs, events and reunions, and a range of volunteer opportunities.
Alumni have many ways to get involved in the life of the Alumni Association. Volunteer to serve in a range of capacities—from recruiting new students to sponsoring a student during winter term to serving on a committee. The Alumni Association has something for everyone.
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Integrative Business Concentration Launches this Summer with Course Taught by Visiting Instructor Jesse Gerstin ’07
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The Office of Alumni Relations partners with many administrative offices on campus to provide a range of services and resources of interest to alumni.
The Alumni Association seeks to unite graduates with each other and current students through a range of programs, events, and services.
Giving to Oberlin College is as simple as mailing a check, filling out an online form, or donating a collectible. The Office of Advancement works with the donors and volunteers who help sustain Oberlin.
Academic Advising Resource Center
Need a transcript or other details of your time at Oberlin? The Academic Advising Resource Center manages information about your enrollment from the time you are admitted through graduation and beyond.
Career Development Center
Students and recent alumni benefit from such Career Development Center services as career exploration, experiential and internship opportunities, skill building workshops, and more.
E-Journals and Databases
Alumni who are registered with the Oberlin WISR community have access to electronic journals and books through JSTOR and Project Muse.
Leadership and Administration
Oberlin’s president, along with the Board of Trustees and the Office of the Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary are part of the leadership and administration. The president is responsible for the effective administration and operation of the college.
Oberlin is unusual among liberal arts colleges in that six of the 29 to 37 seats on its board of trustees are filled through direct election by alumni. Each year alumni can vote for an alum to serve in this capacity.
We Need Your Expertise
You can have a profound impact on a student’s career path simply by offering a 20-minute phone conversation.