Any member of the College community who has experienced threats or physical assault is encouraged to immediately seek medical assistance, contact law enforcement to make a report, and make a report to the College.
Kenyon Campus Safety
740-427-5555 (24 hours) or 740-427-5000 (24 hours)
Knox County Sheriff's Office
911 or 740-397-3333
Emergency Law Enforcement Response
911 (from anywhere)
Knox Community Hospital
1330 Coshocton Avenue
Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050
Provides medical treatment and sexual assault forensic exams.
Kenyon College Cox Health Center
Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Open through lunch
Provides medical treatment to students. For information about medical attention during non-business hours, call Campus Safety at 740-427-5000.
Kenyon College Cox Counseling Center
Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed during lunch
Provides counseling services to students. After hours counseling can be obtained by calling Campus Safety, 740-427-5000, and ask to be connected with tire counselor on call.
Kenyon Peer Counselors (students supporting students)
Kenyon Diversity Advisors (students supporting students)
Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
740-427-5160 or 740-427-5897
Office for Civil Rights
Samantha Hughes, Civil Rights/Title IX Coordinator
740-427-5825 or 740-427-5820 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Kevin Peterson, Civil Rights/Title IX Deputy Coordinator
740-427-5825 or 740-427-5245 | email@example.com
101 West Scott Lane
740-427-5555 (24 hours)
The resources designated below can provide counseling, information, and support under confidentiality protections.
Cox Health and Counseling Center
104 W. Scott Lane
Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Health Center: First Floor, 740-427-5525
Counseling Center: Second Floor, 740-427-5643
Offers students individual counseling, group counseling and outreach activities, crisis intervention, consultation and health services to students. After hours counseling can be obtained by calling Campus Safety, 740-427-5000, and ask to be connected with the counselor on call.
Marc Bragin, college chaplain
Rachel Kessler, college chaplain
Knox County Victims' Assistance
Columbus Branch NAACP
614-382-6900 | naacpcolumbus.org
Columbus Urban Pride
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
The Legal Aid Society of Columbus
614-224-8374 | columbuslegalaid.org
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