Students may live in University residence halls (meals included) or University-owned self-catering flats (or apartments) with shared kitchens.
Final application for a room in a hall is made at the time when the student accepts a place at the University (late spring or early summer). Undergraduate student flats are let for a 40-week period that covers the entirety of the Kenyon-Exeter Program (including vacations). Living in residence halls or in University-owned apartments allows easy access to campus activities and ready contact with British students; moreover, much of Exeter’s student housing is almost brand-new. Most Kenyon students in the recent past have stayed in self-catering flats in Lafrowda or Birks Grange Village. For more details about housing, including many pictures, visit the University of Exeter’s housing site, particularly its page about self-catered options.