Facilities

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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Azariah’s Café

Students hunkering down for a long study session in Terrell Main Library don’t have to go without refreshments, snacks, gourmet coffee, and specialty hot and cold beverages.
interior of campus library cafe

Barnard House

Barnard House, which has adopted a Sci-Fi theme, can accommodate approximately 40 students, which allows for more personal connections to be formed among all the residents.
exterior of red brick residence hall called Barnard House

Barrows Hall

Barrows is part of the First Year Residential Experience halls, housing approximately 130 students.
exterior view of Barrows Hall with magnolia tree out front.

Bent Corridor

The George R. and Ruth Schoeni Bent Corridor (Bent Corridor) is a wide airy hallway in the Science Center that serves as a exhibit space for a range of campus and community activities. Bent Corridor...
In the sunny Bent Corridor, people gather around research project posters on easels.

Bertram and Judith Kohl Building

The Bertram and Judith Kohl Building is the home for the conservatory’s jazz studies division and programs in composition, musicology, and music theory, as well as the Clonick Hall recording studio.
exterior image and sign for the Kohl Building

Bibbins Hall

Oberlin Conservatory’s main teaching building has 40 studios and 10 classrooms. Private instruction, ensemble coaching, and classroom instruction take place here.
Bibbins Hall exterior under a bright sky.

Bike Path

The Oberlin Bike Path cuts though campus and winds through the communities of Kipton, Oberlin, Elyria, and Lorain for a total distance of 13.5 miles.
Photo of the Oberlin Bike Path

Bill Long Nature Preserve

Located southwest of campus, less than a block from the Frank Lloyd Wright house, the Bill Long Nature Preserve is a great place for a stroll.
Photo of Bill Long Nature Preserve

Bosworth Hall

One of several Cass Gilbert-designed buildings on the Oberlin campus, houses Oberlin’s Office Advancement.
Photo of Bosworth Hall

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