Fall semester tuition and mandatory fee invoices are processed on July 16th of each academic year and will be due in full by August 15.
Spring semester tuition and mandatory fee invoices are processed on November 16th of each academic year and will be due in full by December 15.
The Health and Counseling Fee is a mandatory charge that is paid by all students for the students' use of the Student Health and Counseling Center in the event of accident, illness or the need for counseling services. This fee cannot be cancelled.
No, the student health insurance offered by the College at the beginning of fall semester is an optional charge and can be waived if proof of other comparable insurance coverage is provided at the time of billing. Optional insurance can be waived online at www.studentplanscenter.com prior to September 15 of each academic year, once received the charge will be cancelled from the student's account.
Please note: A written cancellation request with proof of coverage must be received before this charge can be cancelled. Non-payment of the optional charge does not constitute cancellation.
The Optional K-card charge is an advance deposit that is credited to the student's K-Card account and can be used as a debit card for purchases at various locations on campus the following locations: Kenyon College Bookstore, Xtraction in the KAC, the Kenyon Inn various laundry facilities and vending machines, the Gambier Grill, the Gambier Deli, The Village Market, the Village Inn and CVS Pharmacy. Find out more about the K-Card. If you wish to cancel this charge or change the amount of the deposit, please complete the cancellation form that is included with your semester billing invoice.
Deposited K-Card funds are available for refund only upon graduation or withdrawal from the College.
The Accounting Office can accept cash, check, money order or bank wire for the payment of student tuition and fees. As of July 1, 2013 we are able to accept credit card (VISA, Mastercard, American Express, Discover), debit card and ACH (electronic check) payments. Click here for more information.