Total Enrollment: 2,974
Institution Size: 1,000 - 4,999
Campus Setting: Suburban
Religious Affiliation: Not applicable
Highest Degree Offered: Masters
School Calendar Type: Four-one-four Plan
Total Undergrad Enrollment: 2,948
Total Grad Enrollment: 26
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Excellent music program and events, much cultural diversity to be had. I would not go again because I became part of a community while there which was not represented at Oberlin.
There is a bit of separation between the Liberal Arts and Conservatory worlds. I don't think it can be avoided given the curricula, but it makes for a bit of social compartmentalization.
Oberlin has an awesome dining and living co-op system. You can join a community where you make friends, eat together, (learn to) cook together, and get more delicious, healthier food. They also...
Excellent learning environment in and out of the classroom. A student body from all over the country with a variety of exceptional talents. Wonderful discussions over lunch and dinner and late...
Cost. Since I was a student 1985-1989, the costs have risen dramatically. I think a truly great liberal arts education was worth $15K per year (room/board books travel included), I am not sure...
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