Oberlin’s facilities are unsurpassed by any school its size. The college has one of the nation’s most extensive college library collections; one of the finest college art museums in the country; and first-rate facilities in music, theater arts, the natural sciences, computing, and physical education.

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outdoor view of admissions parking log

Admissions Visitor Parking

Free parking for visitors to College of Arts and Sciences Admissions is adjacent to the Hotel at Oberlin.

Allen Memorial Art Building

Allen Memorial Art Building

The Department of Art occupies two buildings adjacent to the Allen Memorial Art Museum referred to as the Allen Memorial Art Building.

Art Museum

Allen Memorial Art Museum

Founded in 1917, the Allen Memorial Art Museum (AMAM) is recognized today as one of the five best college and university art museums in the United States.

Apollo Theater

Apollo Theatre

The Apollo Theatre in Oberlin is synonymous with consistent family friendly movies shown at reasonable prices.

A footbridge leads into lush, green woods.


The Arboretum is the southernmost point on campus: a beautiful preserve with trails, creeks, bridges, and, of course, trees.

Two octagonal, wood-sided structures with windows and a door are connected by a small rectangular building of similar design.

Art Studios

Art department studios serve many functions. Faculty, students, and some staff use these spaces for instruction, project development, collaboration, individual study, and to exhibit their works.

Asia House courtyard area with outdoor tables and chairs.

Asia House (Quadrangle)

Asia House is among the largest of all the college’s Program Houses with an average of 80 residents.

Austin E. Knowlton Athletics Complex

Austin E. Knowlton Athletics Complex

The Austin E. Knowlton Athletics Complex is an all-weather, multipurpose field with artificial turf and lights, suitable for nearly every athletic team or club sport on campus.