Welcome to Oberlin Student Cooperative Association!

OSCA is a student-run non-profit corporation that feeds approximately ¼ of Oberlin’s student body. OSCA provides at-cost housing and dining to members, and works to provide inexpensive, healthy, tasty, and environmentally-wise meals. The organization aims to buy food based on principles of accessibility, sustainability, and supporting fair labor practices. OSCA operates through modified consensus, and OSCA is one of the largest cooperatives in North America.

Are you new around here? Let us introduce you to OSCA.

-OSCA functions based on the Rochdale Principles

-Learn about OSCA’s history

-Get to know the co-ops

-Get to know the costs and savings

-How to become a member

-How to address accessibility needs: (OSCA commits to do our best to address all of your accessibility needs).

-Learn about the Nicaragua Sister Partnership and other OSCA Partnerships and OSCA projects


Still curious?

Are your OSCA-related questions still not answered? Go ahead and ask us.


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OSCA CURRENT YEAR WAIT LIST

CO-OP RELEASE FORM

OTHER FORMS AVAILABLE ONLINE