The Snowden Multicultural Center serves as a resource and facility for multicultural programming, including celebrations, discussions, films, performances, lectures, and special meals. The center contains a library with a diverse collection of books, videos, and other materials.
Hillel at Kenyon College serves the Jewish students, faculty, and staff by providing religious, cultural, and social opportunities to explore, enhance and celebrate their Jewishness. Hillel also serves the Jewish residents of Knox County.
The Crozier Center for Women was established in the fall of 1985. Named for Doris Crozier, the first and only dean of Kenyon's Coordinate College for Women (1969-72), it was designed to be used by all women in the Kenyon community-students and members of the administration, faculty, staff, and community.
The Unity House serves to offer a supportive, educational, social and cultural environment in order to enhance awareness and acceptance about gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and ally concerns throughout the Kenyon College community.