Unity House is newly located at the North Campus Apartments (A3). In January of 2003, the Unity House was first established and located at 100A Bexley Place.
The center operates foremost as a safe space for Kenyon lesbian, gay, transgender, and queer/questioning+ (LGBTQ+) students, faculty, administration, and staff, but is also intended to be an open and welcoming place for all members of the Kenyon community.
Unity House serves to offer a supportive, educational, social and cultural environment to enhance awareness and acceptance about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, and ally concerns. The house strives to erase the stigma associated with the non-heterosexual community and promote greater equality on and off campus.
Chris Kennerly, associate dean of students, serves as the administrative liaison for the house. The house is maintained by student managers, and programming occurs with the help of a program board; interested students, faculty, administrators and staff, are encouraged to join the programming board and help facilitate the house goals.
Unity House is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week during the academic year. The building is open for meetings and public use. House policies, mission statement, and availability of facilities are available upon request from the house managers.