The Kenyon College Student Handbook describes student rights and responsibilities, regulations regarding student activities and behavior, and student conduct reviews and rule violations procedures.
Kenyon College is an institution committed to personal and intellectual development. As members of the college community, students are expected to act in a manner consonant with an effective learning environment, one based on mutual respect, in which all members can develop to their full potential. As is the case with staff and faculty, students enjoy certain rights. They are also expected to abide by college policies and regulations — rules geared to the furtherance of an effective educational community. The following handbook sets forth the specific rights and responsibilities for the students of Kenyon College.
Statement adopted by Campus Senate on September 14, 2017
This section covers withdrawal from the College including personal and medical leave, mandatory withdrawal and related processes. More about withdrawing from the College.
Procedures for handling infractions of regulations; established by the administration. More about the student conduct process.
This section is from Article IV of the Campus Constitution, passed Dec. 7, 2010. More about the board hearing process.
Campus Clery statistics can be found at kenyon.edu/crime-statistics.