Students at Kenyon live in traditional residence halls, apartments, and in houses based on shared interests and themes.
Within the residences halls and other housing options detailed below, Kenyon offers gender inclusive and substance-free housing.
Many Kenyon students live in historic stone residence halls. All residence halls are smoke-free. Students can opt for a coed or gender-specific floor.
Upperclass Halls and Apartments
Upperclass students have the option to live in a variety of residence halls and apartments.
Program, Theme and Division Housing
Program, theme or division housing options are available for upperclass students. Students who live in these housing options have shared interests or belong to the same campus organization.
Students involved in campus organizations that focus on support for specific student identities have the opportunity to live in program houses.
Division housing is granted to long-standing student organizations that are recognized for their commitment to the campus community.
Theme housing enables a group of students to live together and explore a common interest. Groups vary in size, and locations range from apartments and suites to stand-alone houses.
Additional Housing Options
Gender Inclusive Housing
Gender inclusive housing allows Kenyon students to live with any student(s) regardless of gender identity. All residence halls, apartments, houses and suites are considered gender inclusive rooms with several gender-specific exceptions.
Substance-free areas offer an additional measure of support for students who choose not to drink or use drugs. Substances include alcohol, cigarettes and other smoking materials as well as all illicit drugs.
Why Crozier is the Best Place to Live on Campus
When I received an email telling me I was being offered a double room in the Crozier Center for Women, I was ecstatic.