Class schedules provide a comprehensive list of courses offered at Oberlin for a particular semester. Students use the class schedule to help determine when and what classes to take.

To identify instructional methods for courses that are considered one-on-one arrangements, such as private readings or capstones, please contact the instructor directly.

ARTS AND SCIENCES COURSES
Mode of Instruction Interpretation Who Can Register?
In Person Course is taught on campus and all students attend in person. On campus students only
In Person / Remote Accessible Course is taught on campus with some students in person and some remote. On campus or remote students
Hybrid Course may be taught in person with portions offered remotely. On campus students only
Hybrid / Remote Accessible Course may be taught in person with portions offered remotely or all content is offered remotely. On campus or remote students
Remote All content is offered remotely. On campus or remote students
CONSERVATORY COURSES
Mode of Instruction Interpretation Who Can Register?
Hybrid* Conservatory courses are, by default, defined as “hybrid” in nature. Due to the many differences in lessons, ensembles, academic classes, and other credit-bearing activities, it is important to maintain a high degree of flexibility and hybridity. In all cases where conditions allow, there will a mix of in-person and remote experiences. The exact percentage of each will vary and may change during the semester. In most cases, academic classes such as those in music theory and music history will take place primarily online. Details will be articulated on syllabi and students are encouraged to be in contact with faculty for specific questions. Any student
*For information about enrolling remotely in Conservatory courses, please contact the instructor.

Oberlin students, faculty, staff, and guests may search for current class schedules using either of the following two resources:

The following resources can be used to view past class schedules