“I met people that I can have fun with, but also sit down and study for three hours with. Finding that kind of community was game-changing.”

Ellie Manning '26, a molecular biology major from Indiana, on finding a true sense of belonging at Kenyon

Kenyon celebrates 200 years.

As Kenyon enters its third century, take a nostalgic stroll down Middle Path in this video with archival narration by Paul Newman ’49.

A community connected by purpose

A community connected by purpose

  • Remarks from alumni Josh Radnor ’96 and Steven Fischman ’63, who received honorary doctorates, were a highlight of Honors Day.

  • Two students win prestigious Goldwater Scholarships, continuing the College’s run of success with the award for undergraduate research.

  • Sam Bowden ’24 aims to affect foreign policy as a James C. Gaither Junior Fellow from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

  • The College has been honored for the number of students selected for the Fulbright U.S. Student Program for the 13th time since 2009.

We read “Beowulf” and “Beloved,” study the structure of the ecosystem and the universe, debate questions of justice and raise our voices in assent.

  • Choose from more than 50 majors, minors and concentrations.

  • One of the big questions we ask in public health is not ‘How do l treat one person?’ but ‘How do I treat millions of people and ensure these things won’t happen again?’

    Ubongabasi Asuquo ’23 Biology major
  • 100% of young alumni surveyed say they learned to write better at Kenyon.

  • Kenyon ranks eighth in the country (ahead of every Ivy) for the proportion of STEM grads to earn a doctorate in the field.