Oberlin College was founded in 1833. Oberlin’s most popular programs are those in English, in biology, in history, in politics, and in environmental studies. Also highly regarded is the Oberlin Conservatory of Music.
Oberlin is associated with four Nobel laureates:
Among many other distinguished Oberlin-connected individuals, we may mention the following:
Oberlin is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
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What's it like to attend this school?
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Where will you be attending?
70 N Professor St,
City Crime Rates
25 per 100k
5 per 100k
Our answer to this is to show you the disciplines in which a school's faculty and alumni have had the highest historical influence. A school may be influential in a discipline even if they do not offer degrees in that area. We've organized two lists to show where they are influential and offer corresponding degrees, and where they are influential through scholarship although they don't offer degrees in the disciplines.
Who are Oberlin College's Most influential alumni?
Oberlin College's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Sociology, Social Work, and Education. Oberlin College’s most academically influential people include George Herbert Mead, Willard Van Orman Quine, and Sinclair Lewis.
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