Considering graduate school?

We're here to help. About 18 percent of Kenyon graduates go directly to graduate or professional schools while more than 60 percent further their education within five years of graduation. Whether you are a current student or an alumnus, Kenyon graduate school and preprofessional advisor Maureen Tobin is here to guide and advise you through the  process. Call 740-427-5165 or schedule an appointment in Handshake to:

  • Discuss your timeline for applying to graduate or pre-professional school.
  • Research specific programs.
  • Get advice about application essays, admissions tests, letters of recommendation, financial aid and more.

When applying for grad school, did you know ...

Timing matters

Make sure you build a timetable that doesn't leave you and your reference writers in a time crunch. More about your timetable.

The writing skills you've developed at Kenyon will help you in your application.

Admissions committees seek candidates who are thoughtful, mature, articulate, and well-prepared. Your application essay helps them know that you possess these attributes. More about application materials

Some graduate and professional schools require an entrance exam.

Some graduate programs require the General Graduate Record Exam, and  business, law and medical schools have their own entrance exams. More about these exams

Kenyon has a Health Professions Advising Committee.

Kenyon’s Health Professions Advising Committee (HPAC) provides students with personalized academic advising during their undergraduate training. More about HPAC

Many students wait a year or two before pursuing further studies.

If you're a Kenyon alumnus, we're here to help you with your post-graduate education plans. Contact Maureen Tobin to schedule an appointment.