four students seated in circle on classroom floor
Students share their ideas and reactions to material in the ENVS 302 American Agricultures course, which examines agrarian thinking and food justice movements in the United States through literature, essays, film, and field trips. Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Janet Fiskio taught the spring semester course. Photo credit: Michael Hartman

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.

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Academic Planning

Not sure what courses to choose to coincide with your major or area of interest? Get tips from our Academic Advising Resource Center on course planning, specific career paths,
degree requirements and more. Classes begin Tuesday, September 3.

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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.

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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.

Service Opportunities

Interested in engaging with and serving Oberlin and neighboring communities during your free time? Consider participating in Bonner Center-sponsored programs. Stop by the Community Service Resources Center in Daub House or register online for a one-time or ongoing project.