How to Help

Any member of the College community who has experienced sexual or physical assault is encouraged to immediately seek medical assistance, contact law enforcement to make a report, and make a report to the College.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE 
Kenyon Campus Safety

740-427-5555 (24 hours) 740-427-5000 (24 hours) 

Knox County Sheriff’s Office 
911 or 740-397-3333 

 Emergency Law Enforcement Response: 911 (from anywhere) 

MEDICAL TREATMENT 
Knox Community Hospital
1330 Coshocton Avenue Mount Vernon, OH 43050
740-393-9000 - Provides medical treatment and sexual assault forensic exams 

New Directions: The Domestic Abuse and Rape Crisis Center of Knox County Hotline 740-397-4357 - Will accompany individuals to a sexual assault forensic exam 

Kenyon College Cox Health Center
740-427-5525 Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-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.

COUNSELING 
Kenyon College Cox Counseling Center
740-427-5643 Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-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 without disclosing your name, ask to be connected with a counselor. 

SUPPORT (non-confidential)
Diversity Advisors
diversity.advisors@kenyon.edu

Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
740-427-5160 or 740-427-5897

CONFIDENTIAL RESOURCES 
The resources designated below can provide counseling, information, and support under confidentiality protections.

ON CAMPUS
Kenyon College Cox Health Center
740-427-5525 Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-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
740-427-5643 Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Closed during lunch 12 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. 
Provides counseling services to students. After hours counseling can be obtained by calling Campus Safety, 740-427-5000, and without disclosing your name, ask to be connected with a counselor.

College Chaplains
Marc Bragin, College chaplain 740-427-5228 

Rachel Kessler, priest-in-charge of Harcourt Parish and chaplain 740-427-5353 

OFF CAMPUS 

Knox County Victims’ Assistance 740-397-3404

Columbus Branch NAACP 614-382-6900   naacpcolumbus.org

Columbus Urban Pride   columbusurbanpride.weebly.com

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.  eeoc.gov/laws/types

The Legal Aid Society of Columbus 614-224-8374   columbuslegalaid.org

FAQ: Institutional Readmission Requirements for Service Members ed.gov/policy/highered/guid/readmission.html

Rights and Benefits of Reservists Called to Active Duty

chcoc.gov/content/rights-and-benefits -reservists-called-active-duty

REPORTING OPTIONS AT KENYON (Private, but not confidential) 

Office for Civil Rights
Samantha Hughes Civil Rights/Title IX Coordinator 740-427-5820 hughess@kenyon.edu Kevin Peterson Civil Rights/Title IX Deputy Coordinator 740-427-5245 peterson2@kenyon.edu 

Kenyon Campus Safety
101 West Scott Lane 740-427-5555 (24 hours)