Looking more at my last two choices, I’ve noticed a few things that have made my final decision process much more difficult. As a Romance language based potential College of Arts and Sciences student, Colorado College seems to have the [right major](https://www.coloradocollege.edu/academics/dept/spanish/requirements/#2RomanceLanguagesSpanishMajorsecondlanguagefocusinFrenchItalianorPortuguese) for what has interested me for the past five years (see: “Romance Languages”). Oberlin does have [Hispanic Studies](https://www.oberlin.edu/hispanic-studies) and [url=<a href=“https://www.oberlin.edu/french%5DFrench%5B/url”>https://www.oberlin.edu/french]French[/url], but I assume it’s much different double majoring in something.
Also, AP credit wise, I fear that my AP credit at [url=<a href=“https://www.oberlin.edu/registrar/transfer-of-credit/ap-ib-credit%5DOberlin%5B/url”>https://www.oberlin.edu/registrar/transfer-of-credit/ap-ib-credit]Oberlin[/url] won’t be of as much value as they would be at [url=<a href=“https://www.coloradocollege.edu/offices/registrar/ap-and-ib-credit.html%5DCC%5B/url”>https://www.coloradocollege.edu/offices/registrar/ap-and-ib-credit.html]CC[/url]. For reference, I will be taking the AP English Language, AP Spanish Language, AP French Language, AP Statistics, and AP Music Theory exams next month.
I love music (and have loved it all my life) and I love all the opportunities and student organizations Oberlin has to offer, but honestly, if it won’t be the best fit for me academically, then it’s probably not the right school for me to be at.
So I guess my questions are:
-What is double majoring (exclusive to double majoring in the CAS) at Oberlin like?
-What is double majoring in two languages at Oberlin like? and
-What has been your experience with receiving AP credit once matriculating at Oberlin?
Any advice helps, if I’m being completely honest. I’m down to wire, guys.