When you’re at Kenyon, you feel a sense of purpose, and you can’t imagine being all-in anywhere else. Whether you want to start your own club, create a housing community around a shared interest, or just try something new, you will have space to explore what matters to you with the support of your peers and professors.

Got a minute?

Take a virtual stroll through Gambier, the place Kenyon calls home.

"If you want a cool music scene, start a band and help organize Horn Gallery concerts. If you want theater to flourish, go to the shows. Campus life is fluid, and you can meaningfully contribute to that fluidity."

Ethan Bradley '20
Neuroscience Major

Moments of Laughter and Gratitude

First Person: Student Life at Kenyon

In the midst of absorbing every minute possible at Kenyon, I’ve been trying to savor the tiny moments that make this place so dear to my heart.

  • Close to Columbus

    Ohio’s capital—and the nation’s 15th largest city—is a short (and scenic) drive from campus.

  • 1,000The number of acres Kenyon calls home, half of which is a nature preserve.

    The picturesque Kokosing River and Gap Trail run alongside campus. Take a virtual tour.

  • More Than Textbooks

    Kenyon is home to the oldest college bookstore in the U.S. The literary hub is a great place to grab snacks, buy art supplies or just meet up with friends.

  • 150+The number of student clubs and organizations at Kenyon.

    There’s a cappella, student government, filmmaking, horseback riding, and many more. Learn more about clubs and organizations.