A billing invoice will be e-mailed to the individual(s) who has been identified by the student as being responsible for payment approximately 30 days before the payment due dates.
$25,770 for the beginning semester; $25,770 for the second semester.
$3,440 for the beginning semester; $3,440 for the second semester. This fee also covers the use of the College's commons rooms.
$860 for the beginning semester; $860 for the second semester. The program emphasizes preventive medicine and the maintenance of good health. It provides for the services of the College physician, the College counselors, registered nurses and other Health Services personnel, as well as insurance covering required outside supplemental services.
$150 for the beginning semester; $150 for the second semester. This fee is allocated by Student Council for its sponsored activities. The amount of this fee is established by referendum of the student body.
The rate for residence-hall double occupancy ($2,700 for the beginning semester; $2,700 for the second semester) will be charged as rent on the billings. An adjustment will be made after registration when it is determined which room is occupied. If room assignments have been made for returning students, the actual rate will be charged. The rental rate is based on the planned occupancy (single, double, triple) of an assigned room.
The tuition for a course taken for credit is $6,440 per semester. For a noncredit course, the tuition is $1,290 per semester. Guest students are those who apply for admission as guest students for the purpose of enrolling in a course on a credit basis or on an audit basis but are not considered to be degree candidates. Academic records of guest students are maintained on file on a permanent basis.
As a convenience to the students, the College will accept an advance deposit of $950 for beginning semester and $950 for second semester to be credited to the student's K-Card account. The K-Card can be used as a debit card for purchases at the following locations: Kenyon College Bookstore, Xtraction in the KAC, the Kenyon Inn, various laundry facilities and vending machines in Gund Commons and Olin Library, the Gambier Deli, the Village Market, the Village Inn, Wiggin Street Coffee, Rite Aid Pharmacy and CVS Pharmacy in Mount Vernon. The College can accept deposits for amounts other than the billed fee. Additional K-Card information.
$1,435 for the entire year. The Plan provides comprehensive coverage for hospitalization, including major medical coverage. The Optional Health Insurance coverage can be waived on-line between July 15, 2017 and August 31, 2017 at www.studentplanscenter.com if proof of comparable coverage can be provided.
A student may earn credit for each private instruction course taken in music. The fee for each course in voice or instrumental instruction is $540 (.25 unit of credit) or $270 (.13 unit of credit). The billing policy for private instruction in music is as follows:
Lessons: Amount Billed
This fee is waived for music majors who are taking required private instruction for credit toward graduation.
On occasion, when there is sufficient interest, a department may offer supplemental programs, such as horseback riding or advanced ballet, to augment its basic programs. Students who choose to enroll in these extra programs will be billed during the regular billing cycle for the associated cost of participation.
Student may receive a copy of a transcript of their academic records for a fee of $5.00 each.
$200 per year, applicable to all students having automobiles on campus.
$20 per card
Course-change fees are assessed in accordance with the following schedule:
Students who arrive prior to their assigned move-in date will be charged $100 per night; students must request permission in writing and in advance from the office of housing and residential life to arrive early.
In general, students may not arrive more than two days prior to their assigned move-in date, and permission is dependent on the residential space being available. All other students will not be permitted on campus before the official opening of the College and students may not stay as a guest of other students during the early arrival period.
Students who arrive, or are found on campus during the early arrival period without prior approval, will be charged $200 per night and face possible judicial action.
Students who do not properly check out of their College residential space will be charged an improper check out fee of $150. Extensions, if given, must be approved in advance by the office of housing and residential life and students may be charged $100 for each additional night until they vacate their room. Any of the student's possessions remaining on the premises after a student's check-out time will be deemed abandoned, and any cost incurred in removing the possessions will be charged to the student(s) assigned to that residential space.
Lost/Stolen or Unreturned Key Charge: If a College residential house, apartment, suite or room key is lost or not returned when the student is checking out of their residential space, the lock will be replaced and the student will be billed $150.00 per key for parts and labor.
The senior class determines how much it will assess each member of the class for activities held throughout the year, including Senior Week (the week immediately preceding graduation).
Entering-Student Deposit: Upon notification that he or she has been admitted to Kenyon, the candidate must return with the acceptance an advance payment of $350. This $350 will be credited in full on the student's bill just prior to graduation or upon permanent withdrawal from the College. If, for some reason, the student never actually enrolls at Kenyon, the $350 is nonrefundable.
A student is not officially registered until all fees and charges are paid.
Transfer or Withdrawal: A student who wishes to transfer credits to another institution or to withdraw from the College must pay in full all indebtedness to Kenyon, including all amounts borrowed, before a transcript of the student's academic record will be issued or the request granted. Transcripts are not released until all payments are made.
Past-Due Accounts: In accordance with rules established by the Board of Trustees, an additional fee of 1.5 percent of the amount remaining unpaid at the close of business on the day on which it is due will be added to the balance of any account not paid when due. Registration for admittance to classes is not complete until the student's account is paid in full. In addition, any student whose bill is thirty (30) days past due may be suspended from all College privileges including admittance to classes and College residences until payment has been made. The 1.5-percent penalty will also be assessed against any account that receives credits for a Higher One Tuition Payment Plan contract subsequently terminated for nonpayment (see "Monthly Payment Plan" for information on the Tuition Payment Plan administered by Higher One).
Lockout Fee: $15 per occurrence.
Parking Fines: In order to control automobile traffic and parking on campus, various regulations have been established. Violators of these regulations are subject to monetary fines.
Damages: Students will be billed for the costs of repairs and replacements, as a result of damages to or destruction of College property, for which the student is responsible.
Library Fines: Library fines vary depending on the patron type, the lending policies of the Consortia and the material type.
Returned Checks: A $30 handling charge will be assessed for all checks returned because of insufficient funds or other reasons.
Mandatory Student Fees and Charges: Tuition, room, board, student activities fee, and health and counseling fee are billed two times per year as follows:
In addition, two optional items, K-Card deposit and health and accident insurance, are billed with the mandatory fees and charges.
Miscellaneous: Other fees, deposits, and fines incurred by the student will be billed monthly as they are received by the Accounting Office.
Monthly Payment Plan: Some parents may prefer to pay tuition and other fees in equal monthly installments during the year. The College is happy to offer this convenience through the Higher One Tuition Payment Plan. The College does not have an internally administered partial-payment plan.
The Higher One Tuition Payment Plan allows you to pay College fees in eight (8) convenient monthly payments, commencing July 1. The cost of this plan is $55 annually. Information on this plan will be forwarded separately. Those who wish may call Higher One directly, toll-free, at 1-800-635-0120 or visit their website at tuitionpay.higherone.com for information.
If you have enrolled in the eight-month Tuition Payment Plan payment plan, 50 percent of your contract will be credited for first-semester fees and 50 percent for second-semester fees. (Even though the credits are applied to the bills, Kenyon only receives money from the payment plan as Higher One receives payments from clients, so contracts must be kept current. All contracts, regardless of the date initiated, must be paid in full by February 1, 2018.)
External Loans not Based on Financial Need: Kenyon College participates in several educational-loan programs that are not based on financial need. For more information about alternative student loan programs and the Federal Direct Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS Loan), please visit www.kenyon.edu/familyloans.xml.
The payment of tuition and fees can be made by cash, check. credit card, ACH (e-check), bank wire or with a Higher One Tuition Payment plan.
Cash, check or overnight payments should be mailed to:
209 Chase Avenue
Gambier, OH 43022
Online payments by credit card (VISA, Mastercard, American Express, Discover) and ACH (electronic check) are accepted and processed by Official Payments at www.officialpayments.com. Official Payments will charge a 2.65% convenience fee for debit and credit card transactions. The College does not receive the convenience fee. An ACH (e-check) option is offered at no cost.
Bank wire: Contact the Student Accounts Office at 740-427-5178 for bank wire instructions.
Refund Policy: The Board of Trustees has adopted the following policy with regard to the refund of tuition, room, and board. Refunds for room are made only in case of withdrawal from the College because of serious illness or accident and provided the student's physical condition is certified by a licensed physician. During the first five weeks of actual attendance at Kenyon, from the date of enrollment, refunds for tuition, board, and qualifying room are made in accordance with the following schedule. Other fees and charges are not refundable.
Institutional Refund Policy:
Period of actual attendance --Percent of
Two weeks or less: 80
Between two and three weeks: 60
Between three and four weeks: 40
Between four and five weeks: 20
Over five weeks: 0
Federal Refund Policy: Students receiving financial assistance under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, who withdraw during the first 60 percent of the semester (measured in calendar days) will be subject to a "Return of Title IV Funds" calculation to determine the portion of their federal student aid that must be returned to the federal government. Students who withdraw after the 60-percent point are considered to have "earned" all of their federal student aid. State aid reductions may also be required in accordance with each state's regulations.
Tuition-Refund Plan: This elective insurance plan substantially increases the refund adjustments provided by the College (see "Refund Policy") so that students will receive 100 percent return in term fees in the event of withdrawal due to illness or accident (60 percent for mental/nervous disorders). Enrollment forms and additional descriptive materials are mailed to the student in mid-summer with the first-semester bill, prior to the start of the academic year.
The plan provides coverage for tuition, board, and room charges. Room-rate coverage is restricted to the standard residence-hall double-occupancy fee. Adjustments in coverage are not made for variations in the actual residence-hall living arrangement.
Scholarships and Student Aid: A student receiving financial assistance from the College will have one-half of such assistance applied to each semester against the required fees and charges (excludes the work study funds from which wages are paid directly to the student as earned). Scholarships or other awards made by institutions other than Kenyon must be paid to the College within thirty (30) days after fees and charges are due.
Residences: Because Kenyon is a residential college, all students live in College residences and eat in the College dining halls. Exceptions to this practice may be made only through written permission from the Dean of Students.
Information Requests: Questions or requests for clarification of charges or refund policies should be addressed to: Shirley F. O'Brien, Controller, Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio 43022-9623. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.