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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Keep Cottage

Located on the northern outskirts of campus, but still only a short walk away, Keep is a large mansion with an expansive porch and swing. Keep co-op provides meals for 75 students of which 54 also live in the cottage.
Keep Cottage

King Building

King Memorial Building is the main classroom building for social sciences, humanities, math, and computer science classes.
King Building

Kulas Organ Center

The Kulas Organ Center has 13 practice rooms that are equipped with organs of various designs, both mechanical action and electro-pneumatic.
organ keyboard and organ stops

Kulas Recital Hall

With seating for 148, intimate Kulas is ideal for chamber music performances and solo recitals.
Kulas Recital Hall

Langston (North Hall)

Langston, commonly referred to as North Hall, is one of the larger residence halls on campus, housing 215 students from all class years.
Exterior view of Langston (North) Hall.

Lewis Annex

The Adam Joseph Lewis Center Annex is a renovated 19th-century home that offers lab and office space for the Environmental Studies Program.
Lewis Annex

Lily McGregor Skybar

The Lily Smith McGregor Skybar is a sleek, airy space for conservatory deans, faculty, and staff to meet informally or for small group sessions, workshops, and social functions.
Interior of Lily McGregor Skybar

Memorial Arch

The Memorial Arch is located on the west side of Tappan Square, across from historic Peters Hall.
Photo fo Memorial Arch