Laundry

At Oberlin, people sometimes wash their clothes.

It is unclear whether students in village or off-campus housing do. Some houses come with washers and dryers, usually in the basement.

There is a phone number posted in college laundry rooms to call if a machine breaks. I've actually seen them get fixed this way!

In the spring of 2007, EPIG got many hall councils to pay for free, environmentally-friendly detergent; EPIG then petitioned the college to fund this. It is unclear whether the college will do so.

Dorm laundry rooms

Dormitory Population # of washers / people per washer # of dryers / people per dryer Comments
Allencroft (Russian House) 16  ?  ?
Bailey (French House) 31 2 / 15.5 2 / 15.5
Baldwin (Women's Collective) 33 1 / 33 1 / 33 1 each in the basement; also drying rack
Barnard 42 2/21 2/21
Barrows 119 1/40 1/40
Burton 185  ?  ?
Dascomb 166 5 / 33.2 5 / 33.2 1st/3rd floor: 2 of each; 2nd floor: 1 of each
East 176 6/29.3 6/29.3
Fairchild 72  ?  ?
Harkness 66 2 / 33 2 / 33 1 each on 2nd and 3rd floors
Harvey (Spanish House) 27  ?  ?
Johnson (Hebrew Heritage House) 29 1 1
Kade (German House) 33  ?  ?
Kahn 150  ?  ? In keeping with its sustainability theme, Kahn has a lot of clotheslines and drying racks.
Keep 53 2/26.5 2/26.5
Langston (North) 226 6 / 38 8 / 28
Lord/Saunders (Afrikan Heritage House) 67  ?  ?
Noah 97  ?  ?
Old Barrows 16  ?  ?
Price (Third World House) 49  ?  ?
Quadrangle (Asia House) 63  ?  ?
South 234 8/29.25 8/29.25
Talcott 78 2 / 39 2 / 39 In basement with two clotheslines
Tank 68  ?  ?
Zechiel 40  ?  ?

Off-campus laundromats

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