At Kenyon, students find that living in community is one of the most rewarding and also one of the most challenging experiences they have. As they develop relationships with others, students will often begin from a place of similarity and commonality, and then explore that which is different. From a cappella singing groups to athletics, and from Greek life to community service, students frequently find that they learn a great deal about the world and themselves by engaging with people who are least like them.
College is also a time to assume greater levels of personal responsibility and to use available resources in effectively addressing a range of challenges. The links on the For Students page provide information, advice, and problem-solving strategies that students are encouraged to use to the full.
We also stand ready, of course, to assist students in getting the most out of the Kenyon experience. Feel free to contact us by phone, email, or stopping by our offices.
Henry P. Toutain
Dean of Students