March 24, 2020
Kenyon is suspending its residential program and transitioning to remote instruction. Read more about Kenyon's response to COVID-19.
Kenyon College is a beautiful historic campus which was designed primarily as a walking campus. The main thoroughfare is a gravel surfaced pathway known as Middle Path, which connects the residential buildings on the north end of campus to the south academic buildings. Middle Path passes through the Village of Gambier where the Post Office, Village Market, local restaurants and businesses are located.
The information listed below is to help you plan for any accessibility considerations. If you do not find the information that you need below, please contact Director of Student Accessibility and Support Services Erin Salva at 740-427-5453 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit the online Kenyon campus map for the nearest accessible parking, entrances and ramps. A state-issued disability parking permit suffices for parking in designated accessible spaces on the campus. Guests who are in need of accessible parking can also acquire a disability parking placard from the Campus Safety Office, 740-427-5000. The Campus Safety Office is located on Scott Lane across from the Cox Health Center.
We sometimes get requests for loaner chairs, often on behalf of people who don't use wheelchairs on a regular basis but who face difficulty walking. Wheelchairs can be rented from Mount Vernon Service Medical Oxygen Inc., 740-393-0202, or Foster's Pharmacy, 740-392-0911.
Please submit requests as soon as possible. A week or two advance notice is recommended to ensure that the College can address your needs in a timely manner. We will do our best to address all accommodation requests.
Assistive listening devices, ASL interpreting, remote CART (captioning services) and large print materials are available with two week notice.
Please contact Student Accessibility Support Services at 740-427-5453 to request assistance with auxiliary aids and services.
Service dogs are allowed at all campus events and locations. Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) are approved by the College as housing accommodations and only allowed in residential spaces.