Oberlin is operating as a remote campus due to the COVID-19 national public health crisis. You can stay connected to campus and your peers through a new distance programming initiative called RemObies.
To all students who are registered to vote in Oberlin: Absentee voting for the March 17, 2020, primary election has been extended. You must request an absentee ballot by mail, and then return it by mail. Ballot requests must be received by April 25 and ballots returned by April 28.
Need assistance with writing assignments while off campus? While classes are presented online, Oberlin’s Writing and Speaking Center is offering virtual drop-in meetings.
Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention in the present moment. During these uncertain times, now is the time to stay present and practice mindfulness. You can try it through the Yeofit Mindfulness Challenge in April.
For the past few weeks, we have been preparing to operate the college in the precise manner that the governor’s new order now intends.
As we begin the transition to remote instruction, you may have lots of technology questions. The CIT Help Desk is the first point of contact for support with all technology concerns and we offer a variety of ways to contact us.
As we have been preparing to face the challenges associated with COVID-19, one aspect that has become very clear is that this pandemic will continue to impact us in stages.
Following President Ambar’s announcement about the revised schedule for the end of classes and departure from campus, I am writing with additional information about housing, dining, and departure from campus.
Dear Oberlin College Community, We are drawn to Oberlin because of our community. The dedication of our faculty and staff to the aspirations and dreams of our students establishes life-long bonds. I...
Dear Students, Following yesterday’s campus communication about COVID-19 and the possibility of remote learning, here is specific information about actions you will need to take and resources...