Focus on big ideas in a small, wide-open space.
“The most beautiful small college campus in America” — that’s how The New Yorker’s longtime architecture critic describes Kenyon. Our thousand-acre campus of woods and greens is dotted with historic stone halls and glass-walled structures for discussing, dining, reading, playing and thinking.
Go off the beaten path, on purpose.
We are one of very few colleges in the U.S. where all students live on campus. The atmosphere of the college blends seamlessly into the village of Gambier, so it’s not easy to tell where Kenyon stops and downtown begins.