July 14, 2020
Kenyon has updated its plans for returning to campus, offering in-person and remote instruction. Read more here.
Research and recreation happily coexist in this 500-acre nature preserve, which encompasses forest, prairie, and wetland habitats near the Kokosing River. The lands include eight miles of scenic hiking trails as well as tranquil gardens, as well as plenty of space for students to enjoy campfires and star-gazing sessions. Brown Family Environmental Center
This is the hub for Kenyon students planning to study abroad and for international students from more than 40 countries. Besides advising students on more than 150 available study-abroad programs, the staff works with student groups to plan international celebrations and festive meals. Center for Global Engagement
Leading policy-makers, political figures, journalists, and scholars regularly visit campus through this center, promoting nuanced debate on pressing issues. Students help run center programs, including a major biennial symposium. The center also connects students to internship and job opportunities in government. Center for the Study of American Democracy
With the help of student associates, the gallery—a stunning new building in the heart of campus—hosts exhibitions of contemporary art, along with film series, talks, and performances. There’s always something surprising and provocative in the Gund, including the annual senior art show. Gund Gallery
Student associates and interns read manuscripts, interview visiting authors, and plan readings as part of their work for Kenyon’s internationally renowned literary journal. The Kenyon Review, which includes extensive online offerings, also organizes an annual literary festival on campus, as well as summer writing workshops and contests. The Kenyon Review
At the Kenyon Farm, pastoral meets academic. Students operate the 10-acre farm, living in a house on the property and managing the care of the animals including turkeys, goats and chickens, as well as the growing and harvesting of field crops such as potatoes, basil and sunflowers. The Kenyon Farm