This page has been created to comply with the disclosure requirements under Title IV, which requires institutions participating in financial aid programs to disclose specific information to all students.
Financial Aid Available at Oberlin
Federal Student Aid
- Federal Pell Grants
- Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grants (SEOG)
- Federal Work-Study
- Federal Direct Stafford Loans
- Federal Direct PLUS Loans
- Federal Perkins Loans
- Students who wish to borrow a Federal Direct Stafford Loan must: 1) accept the loan through PRESTO, 2) complete a Master Promissory Note, and 3) complete the entrance counseling session.
- When students leave school (leave of absence, withdrawal, or graduation) the Office of Financial Aid will send an email with information about exit counseling within 30 days after receipt of the notice of departure.
- Refund Policy, Withdrawal, and Return of Title IV Financial Aid
State Financial Aid
- US State Government aid overview
- State of Ohio
- Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont: contact the Office of Financial Aid for information.
Institutional Financial Aid
- Oberlin’s Commitment to Aiding Students
- How Eligibility is Determined
- Rights and Responsibilities of Financial Aid Recipients
- Financial Aid and Withdrawal During a Term
- Terms and Conditions of Federal Work-Study at Oberlin
- Terms of Repayment of Loans
- Who to Contact for Information on Financial Assistance
- See all financial aid policies
Cost of Attending Oberlin
Academic Programs and Personnel
- College of Arts and Sciences Degree Programs
- College of Arts and Sciences Faculty and Instructional Personnel 2017-18
- Conservatory of Music Degree Programs
- Conservatory of Music Faculty and Instructional Personnel Fall 2018
- Oberlin’s accreditation status
Academic Resources, Policies, and Data
- Disability Resources at the Center for Student Success provides details about facilities and services available to students with disabilities, including those diagnosed as intellectual disabilities.
- Completion and graduation rates by year, including a summary of graduation rates by race and Pell status, are provided in the Common Data Set.
- Oberlin College and Oberlin Conservatory Credit-Hour Policy Statement
- Transfer of Credit Policy
- Summary of Student Outcomes , including retention rates
- The types of graduate/professional education in which Oberlin’s graduates enroll can be found in the Oberlin Fact Book (Tableau) and Top Postbaccalaureate Destinations
Health and Safety
- Campus Safety Report (Clery Act)
- Fire Safety Report
- Drug and alcohol abuse information can be obtained by contacting Student Health Services
- Oberlin’s vaccinations policy is provided on the corresponding student health forms.
Policies and Procedures for Students
- Privacy of Student Records (FERPA)
- Copyright infringement policy and sanctions
- Information technology Acceptable Use Policy
- Student conduct policies
- Filing Institutional Complaints
Equity and Diversity
- Oberlin’s report under the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA)
- Student body diversity information can be found in:
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