Do you have any questions for the Kenyon College Office of Admissions? Check out the following frequently asked questions to see if your question has been answered!
If you are enrolled at another college as a degree-seeking student, you are welcome to apply to Kenyon as a transfer student for Fall transfer only. The transfer deadline to apply is April 1st and students can learn more about the transfer process here.
Absolutely. We just need to receive your Common Application on or before April 1.
Yes. You can upload extra materials through your Admissions Portal status page. If you are uploading an art supplement, please include no more than ten images of your artwork. Writing supplements should not exceed five pages. Within two days of submitting your application, you will receive the login notification for the Admissions Portal. For questions or concerns about uploading portfolio materials, please contact Terri Huvler at firstname.lastname@example.org or 740-427-5782.
Admitted students, please refer to your admitted students packet and your Admissions Portal Account for information and instructions.
Questions regarding need-based aid can be directed to the Office of Financial Aid. Questions regarding merit scholarships can be directed to Diane Anci, dean of admissions, at email@example.com. Questions regarding talent based (art, music, or writing) scholarships can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students with questions about the wait list, please refer to our Wait List FAQ.
The Office of Admissions is open Monday-Friday for tours, interviews, and information sessions. Check out your visit options! We are currently in the process of finalizing our summer schedule. Visits dates for May and June are available. Visits between May 2-20 are available by appointment.
Campus visits at Kenyon are customized. Visiting students can elect to take a tour, attend an information session or schedule an interview. We also offer specialized tours of our science facilities at 1:10 p.m. on Mondays and Fridays.
Current juniors can begin interviewing on campus on March 21, 2016. Interviews will also be available during the summer. We are currently in the process of finalizing a summer schedule. Visits for May and June can be scheduled online; May 2-20 interviews are available by appointment only. For more information on interviews, and some helpful tips, check out the admissions blog.
Off-Campus Interviews: Kenyon College admissions officers will offer interviews during the fall travel season. As the summer progresses, we will update our travel schedules online. Please watch for emails about visit and interview opportunities in your area.
Alumni Interviews: Students living outside of Ohio may request an alumni interview beginning on September 1, 2016.
Our goal is to admit talented students regardless of their financial standing. We make Kenyon affordable by meeting 100 percent of demonstrated need for all admitted students through scholarships, grants, loans and campus employment. And we will meet that need for all four years. Before assuming you can’t afford Kenyon, talk to us or the Office of Financial Aid. Fill out our Net Price Calculator for an estimate of your need-based aid package.
Kenyon asks that all applicants submit scores from either the SAT or the ACT. Some students prefer one test over the other, so give both a try before deciding. International students whose language of instruction is a language other than English are required to submit scores from either the SAT or the ACT and from an English language proficiency exam. For more frequently asked questions about international applications, please refer to the International Students FAQ.
No, students who will apply in the fall of 2016 can submit scores from both the old and the new SAT.
Yes. We superscore both the SAT and the ACT, meaning that, if you take each test more than once, we will take the best score from each sub-section and create a new composite score.
No, Kenyon does not require the optional writing sections from the SAT and ACT, nor do we require that students take SAT II subject tests.