Alumni affinity and identity groups provide additional opportunities to connect across shared interests or organization membership. If you are a leader of an alumni organization that is not listed here or are interested in forming an alumni affinity group, please contact Kim Wallace, associate director of alumni and parent engagement.
CCAA was organized by alumni of Chi Chapter of Delta Tau Delta to keep Chi alumni informed on the activities of its alumni members and current activities of the Chapter and greek life at Kenyon in general. CCAA publishes newsletters and hosts a variety of on-campus as well as off-campus events for its membership. CCAA also provides advice and counsel to the undergraduate members of the Chapter in order to develop strong character and leadership in its members. CCAA holds title to the Delt Lodge (built in 1969) and its surrounding land. The organization also operates the Chi Endowment Fund, which supports the Chapter and Lodge. More information can be found on its website, www.chidelts.com.
The mission of the Kenyon Collegian Alumni Association is to foster fellowship among the newspaper's alumni, connect with the newspaper's current student journalists and support the newspaper as an open forum of impartial journalism and independent opinion. For updates about our activities and more information about our group, and to sign up to have updates emailed to you, please go to collegianalumni.blogspot.com or contact Robbie Ketcham '04 at email@example.com.
Kenyon GALA seeks to improve the quality of life for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and trans alumni and alumnae and current students through sponsorship of forums, lectures and seminars, social gatherings, and a career network for both seniors and graduates. In so doing, it works to bring back into the Kenyon family people of all ages who remember their College experience as a less-than-pleasant one for reasons associated with their sexual orientation. Kenyon GALA also supports campus organizations for gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans students. For more information, contact Tom Stamp '73 at firstname.lastname@example.org or John Schofield '65 at email@example.com.
Kenyon Green Alumni
To foster fellowship among Kenyon alumni who have worked in the field of environmental sustainability or who have an abiding interest in or passion for environmental concerns; to provide experience, expertise and support to Kenyon students and faculty; and to help advance environmental stewardship at Kenyon. To join, contact Meryl Brott '91 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Peeps Alumni Association (PAA) organizes regular Peeps reunions to coincide with Kenyon's Reunion Weekend and smaller gatherings of Peeps alumni during off-year Reunion Weekends. Regional gatherings and outings will be organized by various members of PAA. For more information, contact Joe Gioia '77 at email@example.com.
The Kenyon Rugby Alumni support the current men's and women's teams and host an annual reunion weekend. For more information, please visit the Kenyon College Rugby Alumni website.
Kenyon Professional Women's Network
The Kenyon Professional Women's Network is an initiative built by Kenyon women for Kenyon women. Our vision is an engaged career and mentorship Network to help female students and alumni at any stage of their professional lives. With the support of Kenyon, the Network will be holding various events to encourage Kenyon students and alumni to encourage, develop, and provide opportunities for Kenyon women as professionals. In 2019, the group created a more formal mentorship program. Let us know if you'd like to be involved by emailing KPWN leadership or joining our community on the Kenyon Career Network.
KAMP is a mentorship program comprised of current and former football players. For more information, please request to join the KAMP community on the Kenyon Career Network.
KAMP Swim is a mentorship program comprised of current and former swimmers (both Lords and Ladies.) Contact Dan Rooker for more information about becoming a mentor or serving as a networking resource for current athletes.
KAMP Men's Lacrosse is a mentorship program comprised of current and former Lords. More information to come!
Alumni-Student Partnership for Disability/Chronically Ill
We are pleased to share the formation of a new alumni group to support the work of Kenyon’s new Disabled/Chronically Ill Student Community Organization (DISCO). The alumni group will work with DISCO’s student leadership to determine how we can best support their journey at and beyond Kenyon. Alumni with lived and/or professional experience in the disability movement, and friends of the movement, are welcome to join these efforts. Please contact Jerry Mindes ’77 at firstname.lastname@example.org. Jerry is a class agent and his career has been in advancing disability rights in the U.S. and especially globally in the context of international development assistance.