July 14, 2020
Kenyon has updated its plans for returning to campus, offering in-person and remote instruction. Read more here.
The Tuition Refund Plan offered by A.W.G Dewar significantly extends or enhances the College's refund policy and may increase the refund of covered term fees in the event of withdrawal due to illness or accident.
All students will be charged for Optional Tuition Refund Insurance during the fall semester billing and will be automatically enrolled in this tuition insurance program unless they complete an online opt out waiver no later than August 31, 2020. The cost of the insurance coverage for the 2020-21 academic year is $197.00 per semester for students who are on campus; the cost is $159.00 per semester for students who are studying remotely.
Subject to policy conditions, the policy assures at least a 75% return in term fees, less any refund or credit due from the College, in the event of a medical withdrawal due to accident or illness. The Tuition Refund Plan provides coverage for billed tuition, room, board, and the student activities fee. Room coverage is restricted to the standard residence hall double-occupancy fee and is not adjusted for variations in the student's actual living arrangement. Accordingly, the coverage offered for the 2020-21 academic year is $61,285.00 assuming one on campus semester and one remote instruction semester.
To opt out of the tuition refund insurance coverage, waivers must be completed online at www.tuitionprotection.com/kenyoncollege no later than August 31, 2020. An opt out waiver is only required one time for the academic year; therefore if you waive the fall semester coverage, you will not be billed the spring premium and you will not be enrolled in the plan for spring semester.
If you choose to continue your enrollment in the Tuition Refund Plan for fall semester, the spring semester premium will be billed on the spring semester tuition and fees billing invoice.
Additional detailed information is available at www.tuitionprotection.com/kenyoncollege.