An investment in learning is an investment in your future — and we realize that the cost of a college education can be a serious financial commitment for you and your family. Making Kenyon accessible to students from all backgrounds is the foundation of our financial aid philosophy.
That’s why Kenyon offers several types of need-based financial aid, including grants, student loans and on-campus employment. We also participate in a number of educational loan programs that are not based on financial need.
All first-year Early Decision and Regular Decision applicants are considered for scholarships through Kenyon's robust merit-based programs that recognize academic achievement as well as talent in art, music and writing.
Kenyon meets 100% of demonstrated financial need for all four years of the college experience.
$83,740Fees and charges for 2023-24.
65%of Kenyon students receive some form of financial aid.
43% of students receive need-based aid.
1 in 4Kenyon students receive a merit-based scholarship.
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