March 24, 2020
Kenyon is suspending its residential program and transitioning to remote instruction. Read more about Kenyon's response to COVID-19.
Careful guidance about accommodations at the university helps Kenyon-Exeter students integrate well and quickly into their new environment.
Students may live in University residence halls (where meals are included) but most Kenyon students elect to stay in self-catering flats, where they enjoy a private room but share kitchens and common rooms with other British and international undergraduates. Program fees cover a room in a Kenyon-approved flat; students who elect to live in more expensive housing — for example, in en suite accommodation or in studio flats — may do so but must pay the extra fees. Final application for a room is made when the student accepts a place at the University (late spring/early summer). Undergrad flats are let for a 40-week period that covers the entirety of the Kenyon-Exeter Program (including vacations). Housing can be guaranteed only for students on full-year enrollment. Living in halls or University-owned flats allows easy access to campus activities and ready contact with British students. Moreover, much of Exeter’s student housing is new or recently renovated. Take a virtual tour of some of the Exeter housing options at the University of Exeter’s housing site.