The Office of Admissions at Kenyon College is pleased to announce that offers have been extended to 1,337 Regular Decision applicants as members of the Class of 2017. The Admissions Office saw an increase…
The largest class in Kenyon’s history, plus 13 transfer students, will join the campus community at Convocation on Sunday, August 25.
Remember the days of college applications and campus tours?
President Sean Decatur explains why a seemingly straightforward economic measure of the return on investment of a higher education is ultimately flawed.
The Chronicle of Higher Education recently compiled its annual list of Fulbright “top producers,” with Kenyon in a tie for sixth among bachelor’s institutions.
President Decatur's talk “Is There a Future for Liberal Arts?” at the City Club of Cleveland is featured on Huffington Post Education.
Parenting a child through the college search process is a bit like taking a journey to the moon—a terrifying passage through dark space with a suspenseful landing.
In a reversal of that helicopter hovering we hear so much about—parents who don’t think grown children can remember what to do—I told my son that he would have to call us from Kenyon every morning this fall so we would remember to get out of bed.
December is prime time for college neurosis. Seniors are waiting for early decisions and juniors have just received scores for the SATs they bombed. But if your child is under ten, or better yet, still in utero, you can alleviate a lot of stress by adhering…
Can you really fall in love with a college? At Kenyon, you will.
President Decatur attends a White House summit and pledges to increase opportunities for low-income and disadvantaged students at Kenyon.
Sure, the fall season makes the perfect backdrop for Kenyon College. But these Instagram pictures suggest that winter on The Hill is just as beautiful.
TheBestColleges.org ranks Kenyon as the second "most amazing" college or university campus of 2014.
The official movie trailer for The Fault In Our Stars, based on the best-selling young-adult book by John Green ’00, is generating unprecedented buzz on social media since its Jan. 29 release.
Once college applications are completed, students will find themselves in the midst of a lull period, during which high school seniors experience an interminable limbo while still feeling pressure to keep up their grades. So as a parent, what do you do?…
I realized that while I've used these posts as an opportunity to whine and talk to cats, I've never shown you the campus I've been doing those things on all year. Today I took a walk around, and snapped some shots of my current home.
Get the social recap of Green's Kenyon College talk called "Thoughts on How to Make Things and Why." Photo by: Kathryn Krinsman