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.
Prepare for Fall Semester
Fall semester classes begin August 28 for the 2017-18 academic year. Use PRESTO to check your course schedule, your academic records, financial aid award (if any), and other details related to your academic program and academic standing.
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.
Academic Advising Resource Center/Registrar
The renamed Academic Advising Resource Center/Registrar oversees advising, enrollment, and course registration from the time you are admitted through graduation and beyond.View AARC
Students and recent alumni benefit from such Career Center services as career exploration, experiential and internship opportunities, skill building workshops, and more.View the Career Center
Counseling Center professionals provide short-term confidential psychological support to students as they pursue academic and personal goals.View the Counseling Center
We facilitate access to all programs, services, and activities that are provided at the college, while encouraging and helping students to develop student self-advocacy.View Office of Disability Services
Student Health Services
Our team of medical practitioners treat a broad spectrum of illnesses and injuries and offer follow-up care as needed.View Student Health
Student Academic Services
Advising, peer mentoring, tutoring, academic workshops, and strategies to improve skills are among the services available to students through this office.View Student Academic Services
Office of the Ombudsperson
Oberlin’s ombudsperson is a multipartial and independent administrator who helps individuals—students, faculty, and staff—resolve conflicts, solve problems, and communicate more effectively with others.View the Ombudsperson
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.
Thinking of interviewing with a job recruiter? Curious about that info table touting teaching jobs? Check with the Career Center first for tips about on-campus recruiters.