July 14, 2020
Kenyon has updated its plans for returning to campus, offering in-person and remote instruction. Read more here.
There are a variety of resources available for Kenyon students interested in joining or starting a new Student Organization! These are just a few. From starting new groups to finding funding, there is plenty of valuable information about getting involved.
The Office of Student Engagement has provided a useful handbook for Kenyon student organizations and leaders. Download the student organization handbook (PDF).
Applying for funding? Updating your roster? Visit our Forms & Links page for a list of important resources.
All students who plan to serve on a "social event team" (host, bartender, floater, or door worker) must successfully complete online training, achieving a score of 90% (22 out of 24) or higher. Immediately after submitting, you can view your score. You may take the quiz as many times as necessary until you earn a passing score. You are welcome to use the Social Events with Alcohol resource packet. Your training is good for the current academic year.
Planning an event for the Kenyon community? Read some event-planning tips provided here on how to get funding, reserve a room on campus, post an event to the Kenyon calendar, advertise and more!
Interested in going off campus with your organization? Look at this off-campus travel page for more information.
A variety of funding opportunities are available for registered student organizations, individual students and groups of students interested in hosting events on and off-campus.