Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid
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A native of Minnesota, Jennifer Delahunty attended Carleton College and the University of Arizona, where she earned both a bachelor's degree in history and a master of fine arts in writing. She has worked in higher education since 1982 in a number of capacities, including fourteen years as a consultant to dozens of private colleges around the country. Jennifer came to Kenyon as the dean of admissions and financial aid in 2003.
Since then, she has played a leading role in the movement to restore humane values to the admissions process. A founding member of the Education Conservancy, she writes extensively about admissions-related issues. In 2005, the Chronicle of Higher Education named her one of ten "New Thinkers," the only admissions professional in the group. She is currently editing an anthology of essays aimed at parents who are navigating the admissions process, written by parents who have been there before. The book is scheduled to be published by St. Martin's Press in 2011.
Jennifer is the mother of two daughters, a college graduate working in Washington, D.C., and a senior in college. Both attended colleges that made them wildly happy and that she never imagined they would choose—thus proving her theory that students end up where they should. When she's not reading files or traveling on behalf of Kenyon, Jennifer plays the cello, cycles the rolling hills of central Ohio, gardens on her ten-acre farm, and reads voraciously.
Minnesota, New York (Manhattan), international students from Europe