Locations & 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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Conservatory Annex

The Conservatory Annex includes the offices of Conservatory Admissions and Conservatory Communications.
Conservatory Annex

Conservatory Central Unit

The Central Unit is part of the Oberlin Conservatory’s main complex and includes classrooms, rehearsal rooms, studios, and more.
Conservatory Central Unit

Conservatory Library

The music library is among the oldest and largest in any academic setting, with more than 345,000 items.
Conservatory Library

Conservatory Lounge

Known on campus as the con lounge, it serves as the social hub of Oberlin Conservatory.
Conservatory Lounge

Dascomb Hall

As the First Year Experience hall for the center and south campus, Dascomb is home to nearly 170 students. It also houses key student services: Campus Safety and the Student Health and Counseling Center.
front exterior Dascomb Hall with line of trees and grass in front.

Daub House

The Daub House was built in 1862 as a home for a Massachusetts-born shoemaker. Today, the Daub House provides office space for the college.
Photo of Daub House

David H. Stull Recital Hall

Stull Hall consists of a flexible 1,300-square-foot performance space that can accommodate roughly 120 guests.
Grand piano in the sunlit David H. Stull Recital Hall

David Love Lounge

Located on the second floor overlooking the Science Center Commons, the David Love Lounge is a prime spot for quiet studying.
david love lounge, science center