Castle on the hill
Almost every Kenyon student has occasion to take a class in Ascension Hall, one of the stately stone "castles" that overlook the historic south campus. This masterpiece of Victorian Gothic architecture, which dates from 1859, is the home for five academic departments: classics, economics, modern languages and literatures, philosophy, and religious studies. For many students, a favorite place to read or write is Nu Pi Kappa, a spacious top-floor study lounge furnished with cozy armchairs and long wooden tables. Just below Nu Pi Kappa is its equally distinguished counterpart, Philomathesian, a medium-sized lecture hall that also hosts poetry readings, colloquia, and Common-Hour presentations.
Modern Languages and Literatures
Accessibility Rating : 2
The lower level of Ascension Hall offers accessible restrooms. Accessible parking is available nearby in the adjoining lot. Classes on upper levels of Ascension can be relocated to an accessible building as needed.