Yes! Kenyon partners with Collegiate Fridge to rent micro-fridges to students. The unit has 2.9 cubic feet total storage capacity, including a freezer and a 600-watt microwave. This eco-friendly unit is a convenient alternative to bringing a refrigerator from home. Students may preorder their micro-fridge and have it delivered before move-in day. Quantities are limited, Place your order at http://www.collegiatefridge.com/.
If you would like to purchase a mini-fridge, the freezer should be around 1.4 cubic feet and the refrigerator should be around 3.5 cubic feet. If you have a roommate, it is recommended that you communicate with each other any plans to bring or rent a fridge.
The beds in all College residences are 80 inches long. Students will need twin extra-long sheets.
The beds are somewhat adjustable—12 to 28 inches. All beds are able to be lofted and bunked, however, the CA's will not be able to assist with bunking/lofting on move-in day; they will be happy to schedule a time after move-in day.
If you are playing a fall sport, you may move in to your fall assignment on the day determined by your coach. If you are taking part in the pre-orientation program, you may move in on the date your sponsor has communicated to you. All requests to move in earlier should be directed to your coach or sponsor. Students who attempt to move in early without approval may incur financial and/or judicial sanctions.
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No. It is against College policy to have air conditioning units or large appliances. The electrical outlets cannot support them.
No. Cable is not available in first-year residence halls. In upperclass housing areas, very few residences are able to have either cable or a satellite dish; most are unable. Large televisions can take up a lot of space, so if bringing one, it is wise to discuss this with your roommate beforehand.
Call Campus Safety at 740-427-5555 for emergencies. Community Advisors are on duty at night and can respond to some emergencies in the residence halls. Visit our Emergency Contacts page for more information.
If you have questions regarding charges, visit the Office of Financial Aid or call 740-427-5178.
Visit our Roommate Information page for advice in starting off on the right foot with your new roommate.
You may email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 740-427-5142 for general questions.
Visit Campus Offices for a list of campus offices and departments.
Visit Orientation's frequently asked questions page to learn more about Kenyon's Orientation program.