Here are some frequently asked questions about the KAP Program:
Q1: What is the annual school fee for KAP?
A1: Each school is billed $3,000 in mid-August for the coming school year.
Q2: What is the annual fee for each KAP course?
A2: Each KAP course requires a $130.00 fee. ($135.00 in 2014)
Q3: When is each school billed for its student fees?
A3: The bills are sent to school heads and principals in December.
Q4: How do I obtain a Kenyon transcript for my KAP courses?
A4: You must submit a Transcript Request form to the Kenyon Registrar with your signature on it and the address of the school you wish to send it to. There is a $5.00 fee for each request.
Q5: How does my school add a KAP course and instructor to our KAP program?
Q6: How do I obtain a syllabus for my KAP class?
A6: On the main kaphelp menu you will find two "Courses & Syllabi" tabs. The first link is KAP Syllabi. You can also find it on the left hand menu.
Q7: How do I enter grades for my KAP students?
A7: Follow these instructions.
Q8: How do I submit my KAP course syllabus so that it can be posted online?
A8: Enter data here and upload your .doc file.Q10: How much credit do I earn for a KAP course?
A10: 1 Kenyon credit is equal to 8 semester hours or 12 quarter hours. See each course description for particular courses.
Q11: What is the maximum number of credits I can earn through KAP?
A11: Kenyon College limits each student to three KAP credits. The only exception is for those students who take a laboratory science and earn 3.5 credits. Any student who "over-enrolls" will be informed and asked to drop a KAP course by the Registrar.
Q12: How do I sign up for the KAP Summer Workshops?