Campus Support Resources

Do you need support? Oberlin encourages all members of our community to access the resources you need to be healthy and successful while you are at Oberlin. Here are some of the resources that you may find helpful.

Oberlin College Campus Safety

24-hour response service to address urgent issues of campus safety and connect members of the community to the after-hours support system.

Counseling and Psychological Services

Confidential counseling services for Oberlin students. After-hours telephone counseling support is available by calling the number above and selecting option 2.

The Multicultural Resource Commons

A gathering place for the collaborative support of historically disenfranchised communities which works on issues of diversity and inclusion within a social justice context.

Office of Religious and Spiritual Life

A multifaith resource center that supports religious practice, education, service, and activism, and provides spiritual support and counseling.

Student Support and Outreach

Trained staff advisors available to talk through issues, brainstorm options, and connect to solutions.

International Student and Scholar Services

Specialized immigration assistance, advising, and support for international students.

The Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Support regarding reports of discrimination and harassment including sexual violence, stalking, and intimate partner violence.

Center for Student Success

The Center for Student Success provides academic support, special advising, and related services to all students enrolled in Oberlin College, both the arts and sciences and the conservatory.


Provides temporary, short-term financial assistance to currently enrolled, high financial need students who are balancing demanding academic requirements with unanticipated or emergency financial situations.

Open Expression Observers

Professional staff members who can be requested to attend campus events, with the goals of promoting the College community’s free exchange of ideas while maintaining the integrity of the academic environment and communicating important community standards to those present.