Campus News

Extra Visitors on Campus During All Roads Lead to Oberlin

April 11, 2017

Communications Staff

The Office of Admissions is hosting All Roads Lead to Oberlin – the program where admitted students and their families visit campus and experience a condensed version of Oberlin, from residential life to academics and everything in between.

We typically get many compliments from our visitors on how friendly, warm, and open Oberlin’s students, faculty, and staff are. We are proud that our community welcomes admitted students and their families as if the were already members of our family. That’s a huge factor in helping students trying to decide if Oberlin is the place where they will live, study, work, play, and thrive starting this fall.

We expect almost 500 guests on April 14 alone! You will also see extra visitors on campus April 17 and 21.

Thank you in advance from the admissions staff for welcoming our guests – who we hope will be your future classmates and students.

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