Office of Financial Aid

Title IV Disclosures and Consumer Information

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

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Institutional Financial Aid

Cost of Attending Oberlin

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Academic Resources, Policies, and Data

Student Outcomes

Health and Safety

Policies and Procedures for Students

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Questions: Contact any of the following:

Michele Kosboth, Director, Financial Aid, 440-775-8142

Dean of Arts and Sciences,, 440-775-8410

Dean of the Conservatory of Music, 440-775-8200