Oberlin College offices represent the administrative and academic functions of the college, ranging from human resources and academic advising to student records and residential education. These offices support the functions of the college and conservatory to ensure all campus members receive appropriate information and support.
The Academic Advising Resource Center (AARC)/Office of the Registrar supports academic advisors and students on issues related to academic success, progress toward degrees, courses, grading, and academic standing.
- Carnegie Building (West Wing), Room 113
The purpose of the Alumni Association is to foster the interests and continuing excellence of Oberlin College, including the College of Arts and Sciences and the Conservatory of Music, and to foster communication between the college and its alumni and among alumni.
- Dewy Ward ’34 Alumni Center
Alumni Recruitment Network gives alumni volunteers opportunities to represent Oberlin at select functions. Alumni also and share their experiences with prospective students through college fairs, interviews, admitted student receptions, and more.
- Clyde S. McGregor ’74 Office of Admissions
Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Oberlin Conservatory of Music Audio Services office provides recording services for conservatory events. This inclludes all student and faculty recitals, guest recitals, and individual recording sessions, as well as sound reinforcement and editing.
- Conservatory Central Unit, Room 33
8:30 am to 4:30 pm, closed 1 hour for lunch, Monday to Friday
Campus Safety supports a safe environment in which all members of the college community can learn, live, teach, and work. Open 24 hours a day, the staff responds immediately to potential criminal incidents, suspicious activity, requests for assistance, and emergency situations.
- Campus Safety House
8 a.m. to noon; 1-4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
The building is open and staffed 24 hours a day.
Oberlin College’s Career Development Center helps students and recent alumni in the College of Arts and Sciences and the Conservatory of Music identify and achieve meaningful career objectives that build upon their Oberlin education and experiences.
- Stevenson Hall, Longman Commons
The Irvin E. Houck Center for Information Technology (CIT) provides access to a wide variety of information technology resources.
Open to all Oberlin students and student organizations, the Center for Innovation & Impact offers academic courses, funding for project development, guest lectures, and experiential learning opportunities—culminating in LaunchU, Oberlin’s annual startup accelerator, boot camp, and pitch competition.
- Robertson Hall, Room 115