The PAC serves as the executive body of the Kenyon Parents Association and provides a forum for discussion among College administrators and parents. Information about the PAC is sent to all parents each July. Also see the PAC page. For more information, contact Scott Baker '94, associate vice president for alumni and parent engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 740-427-5147.
Parents are uniquely qualified to help in student recruitment efforts. Those who volunteer will receive all current admissions materials, including a volunteers' handbook, the admissions prospectus, and admissions newsletter. For more information, contact admissions.kenyon.edu.
The Kenyon Parents Fund is an important part of Kenyon’s unrestricted annual giving program. Gifts to the Kenyon Parents Fund help the College maintain its excellence in liberal arts education by providing much-needed support to many areas, including scholarships, faculty support, library and information technology, and student services. The Kenyon Parents Fund campaign is planned and executed each year by a group of current Kenyon parents who establish goals and strategies for its success. If you are interested in helping the Kenyon Parents Fund meet its 2014-2015 objectives, please contact Annie Higby Ellsworth ’04, director of parent giving, at 740-427-5149 or email@example.com.
Parents are valuable resources to students exploring various career options. They can be involved in the following:
For more information, contact Holly McCormack, director of career development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 740-427-5165.
Bed and Breakfast Program: Parents provide housing to Kenyon students who are participating in the Extern Program, job hunting, or visiting graduate schools in their city or who are members of musical groups or other organizations visiting their city. For more information, contact Jessica Stricker, office of alumni and parent programs, at email@example.com or 740-427-5147.
Regional Parent Chair: Kenyon's Office of Alumni and Parent Programs seeks parents who will support alumni and parent activity by working with regional-association steering committees to plan events, to encourage parents to attend those events, and to coordinate the efforts of other parent volunteers. For more information, contact Scott Baker '94, associate vice president for alumni and parent engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 740-427-5147.