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At Oberlin we flourish as a community—students, scholars, researchers, and creators, contributing to one another’s work and thriving together.

Oberlin has developed all of our COVID-19 policies with the health and safety of our campus top of mind. Lorain County Public Health and University Hospitals are among our chief consultants in the development of healthcare strategies along with continual analysis of transmission data on our campus and in our region. Policies are subject to change based on the evolving recommendations of public health entities and viral transmission data.

COVID-19 vaccines are the best strategy for protecting each person’s health, stopping the spread of variants, and preventing new ones from emerging. Oberlin College requires that all students, faculty and staff attending or working at Oberlin receive a full COVID-19 vaccine, unless an individual has an approved medical or religious exemption. The vaccination deadline for students was October 7, 2021. The vaccination deadline for faculty and staff was November 1, 2021.

The College’s goal is to reduce health risks and facilitate a traditional in-person college experience. A high vaccination rate allows students, faculty, and staff to benefit from a low risk of infection on our campus.

Vaccination Progress: Fall 2021 Campus Population

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97.4%

As of December 6: 3,905 vaccine cards have been uploaded and approved for the fall semester campus population. Remember to upload your card after you’ve had your final dose.

A breakout by students, faculty, and staff is provided on the Vaccination Statistics and Updates page.

Contact ObieSafe

General inquiries:
obiesafe@oberlin.edu

Report a concern:
If you are concerned about a person on campus who is not following campus mask protocols, share your concern.

Campus Safety:
Campus Safety remains open 24-hours a day to provide assistance and respond to immediate health and safety concerns from the faculty, staff, students, and visitors. Please call (440) 775-8444 or the emergency line at (440) 775-8911, available 24 hours.

Campus Bulletins

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