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College and community members gathered in Warner Concert Hall to sing the music of Moses Hogan ’79, a celebrated pianist and arranger of spirituals. The annual Moses Hogan Sing-Along was part of the Black History Month programming. Photo credit: Chris Schmucki ’22

Oberlin is a dynamic and interactive place. It may be difficult at times to keep up with academic breaks, tutoring and career exploration sessions, athletic events, concerts in the Cat, not to mention deadlines for advising and course selection. Here are a few quick links to help you stay on top of your game.

Campus Bulletins

Writing Center to Reopen

The Writing Center will reopen for the spring semester on Monday, February 18. Drop in or make an appointment to work with Writing Associates on any stage of your writing process, from brainstorming to final edits. Visit us on the first level of Mudd Center.

What’s Happening

Campus Events

Recent News

Campus Offices

These are a few of the administrative offices that provide a range of student services—from health and safety and counseling, to student activities and academic support.

See full list of campus offices

Get Involved

Don’t sit on the sidelines. In addition to your academic studies, Oberlin has many ways for you to engage with your peers and the community at large.

First Year Librarian

New to Oberlin and haven’t visited the Mary Church Terrell Main Library yet? Not sure how to navigate the resources in the building? Be sure to connect with a First Year Library Advisor who can show you all things library related.

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Students in one of the StudiOC classrooms with instructor Chie Sakakibara.
Photo credit: Yevhen Gulenko

StudiOC

StudiOC is s both a modern and flexible educational space and a new method for faculty to engage in multidisciplinary collaboration. Students can enroll in a theme-based learning community that incorporate subject matter from several different disciplines, allowing for rich and meaningful interactions with peers and faculty. Learning communities enroll up to 30 students; average class size is 15.

Learning CommunitiesStudiOC