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Military Quick Facts

  • BAH Rate
    $1,508
  • Online BAH
    $988
  • GI Bill® Approved Programs
    YES
  • Yellow Ribbon Program
    YES
  • Approved for Tuition Assistance
    YES
  • Offers College Credit for Military Experience
    NO
  • Awards Credit for CLEP Exam
    NO
  • Awards Credit for DSST Exam
    NO
Yellow Ribbon

Oberlin College Military and Veteran Affairs

The following is military and veteran affairs admission, tuition, and transfer information for Oberlin College. This includes contact information for their veteran affairs department, as well as other info related to military and veteran programs such as Tuition Assistance and the Yellow Ribbon program.

Military and Veteran Costs
  • Tuition Cost
    $ 58,554
  • GI Bill Coverage
    - $ 25,162
  • Student Veteran Cost
    $ 33,392
    This GI Bill coverage is based on full benefits remaining. Any potential costs and coverage should be verified by the university before applying.

Military/Veteran Support

  • BAH - Campus
    $1,508
  • BAH - Online
    $988
  • Campus SVA Chapter
    NO
  • Full-Time Veteran Counselor On Campus
    NO
  • Signed VA Principles Of Excellence
    YES
  • Club/Association for Veterans
    NO
  • Veteran Upward Bound Program
    NO
  • 8 Keys to Veterans' Success
    NO
  • Offers ROTC Program
    NO
  • GI Bill Approved Programs
    YES
Academic Support
  • Offers College Credit for Military Experiences
    NO
  • Awards Credit for CLEP Exam
    NO
  • Awards Credit for DSST Exam
    NO
Financial Support
  • Approved for Tuition Assistance
    YES
  • Yellow Ribbon Program
    YES
  • Scholarships for Military
    NO
  • Reduced Tuition for Military
    YES
  • MyCAA
    NO
ROTC Detail
Yellow Ribbon Detail
  • Degree level
    Undergraduate
  • All
  • Amount
    $15,000.00
  • Number
    15
Veteran Affairs Contact Info
  • No Contact Listed

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  • 440-775-69

Costs
  • Undergraduate
    $58,554
    In State
    $58,554
    Out of State
  • Graduate
    $37,446
    In State
    $37,446
    Out of State
  • Textbooks
    $1,908
  • GI Bill Textbook Coverage
    - $1000
  • Total Cost to Student Veteran
    $ 908
Student Population
  • Student Count
    2,846
    Undergraduate
    17
    Graduate
    24
    GI Bill Students
  • Male
    44.7%
    Population
  • Female
    55.3%
    Population
Affiliation
  • Religious
    No Religious Affiliation
  • Ethnicity
    No Ethnic Affiliation
  • Gender
    Coed School
School Information
  • College Type
    Private
  • Setting
    Town
  • Accreditation Type
    Regional
  • Duration
    4 Year
  • Calendar
    Nontraditional
  • Online Undergraduate
    No
  • Online Graduate
    No
Average Scores
  • Avg. Accepted
    670
    SAT Math
    685
    SAT Evidence-Based Reading & Writing
    30
    ACT
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Oberlin College

Oberlin College is a 4 Year, Private university located at 70 N Professor St, Oberlin, OH. Students at Oberlin College can enroll in bachelor’s, certificate, master’s degree programs.

Oberlin College Military & Veteran Support Programs

Oberlin College offers the following veteran and military support programs: 

Is Oberlin College a GI Bill-approved school?

Yes, Oberlin College is a GI Bill-approved school. However, you will need to check with the school to ensure that the GI Bill covers your preferred degree program.

Is Oberlin College a Yellow Ribbon school?

Yes, Oberlin College is a Yellow Ribbon school.

Eligible military and veteran students may have up to 100% of its tuition covered, with zero tuition costs out-of-pocket. You will need to check with the school to ensure that your preferred degree program is 100% covered by the Yellow Ribbon.

Does Oberlin College offer Yellow Ribbon for master’s programs?

No, Oberlin College does not offer Yellow Ribbon funding for its master's programs.

This means that some tuition costs may not be fully covered by the GI Bill. As a result, you may have out-of-pocket costs for which you are responsible to cover your full tuition for a master