March 24, 2020
Kenyon is suspending its residential program and transitioning to remote instruction. Read more about Kenyon's response to COVID-19.
Rising Seniors (Class of 2021): Thursday, April 16 by 4:30 p.m. (EST)
Rising Juniors (Class of 2022): Thursday, April 23 by 4:30 p.m. (EST)
Rising Sophomores (Class of 2023): Thursday, April 30 by 4:30 p.m. (EST)
Read all instructions. For the latest course information, see the Schedule of Courses.
Registration will take place through Personal Access Pages.
Confirm your identity using Duo
On your Personal Access Pages homepage, click Student > Registration > Select Upcoming Term > SubmitDO NOT CLICK ON "ADD OR DROP" UNTIL AFTER SCHEDULED START TIME
To view your completed schedule:
Log on to Personal Access Pages: Menu > Student Services > Registration. Select the correct term, then Detailed Student Schedule. You MUST meet with your faculty advisor to obtain your Alternate PIN, which is printed on a colored card, to gain access to the registration page. Your advisor can refuse to give you the alternate PIN if you have not met with him or her prior to your registration period.
Students can only enroll in 2.25 units (four 0.50 unit courses plus 0.25 units) of credit during web registration. Any additional labs, music lessons/ensembles, PHSD, dance classes, fifth 0.50 unit classes can be added during the drop/add period, during the first 7 class days.
*As a courtesy, please don't fill your schedule with courses just to have a full schedule. It is fine to not have a full schedule at this point.
Registration consists of entering CRN's into boxes and then attempting to register for those courses. Use the searchable schedule to bookmark your courses. Have your course list available so that you have the choices handy. You will need to enter the CRN for each course to register.
Notice of Individual Student Responsibility
While faculty and staff stand ready to encourage and advise, the final responsibility for complying with College polices and procedures as well as for meeting degree requirements rests with the individual student. Students have access to all of the College policies in the Course Catalog and various enrollment instructions and are held accountable for their content.