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It is a private, coeducational institution in Oberlin, Ohio southwest of Cleveland.
Women studied in the "Ladies Department" at Oberlin from the school's founding, but in 1837 four women entered the regular college degree program.
After the civil war, Oberlin’s BLACK graduates played influential roles in establishing other black colleges and serving on their faculties.
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It was known as Oberlin Collegiate Institute until 1850, when its present name was adopted.
Two years after its founding, Oberlin admitted students "without respect to color," becoming one of the first U. colleges to do so; before the American Civil War, it was known as a center for antislavery activities.
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As these colleges grew and other white colleges began admitting blacks Oberlin began to lose its distinctiveness.
Charles Grandison Finney, professor of theology and president of Oberlin from 1851 to 1866, first proclaimed his doctrine of evangelical Calvinism known as Oberlin Theology.
Oberlin was also the first college in the United States to admit women.
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