Upperclass students at Kenyon have the opportunity to live in traditional residence halls, apartments, and houses distinguished by shared interests or campus organizations.
Residence Halls and Apartments
Crozier Center for Women, established in 1985, is named for Doris Crozier, the first and only dean of Kenyon's Coordinate College for Women (1969-72). It was designed to be used by all Kenyon women — students and members of the administration, faculty, staff and community. Housing is available to students through an application process in the spring. Located at 105 East Wiggin Street.
Farm on Zion Road (Kenyon Farm) raises livestock, grows vegetables and harvests honey from bees. Students living at the farm are committed to the real-world application of sustainable farming.
Hillel House (North Campus Apartment) serves Jewish students by providing religious, cultural and social opportunities to explore, enhance and celebrate their Jewish faith.
Snowden Multicultural Center serves as a resource and facility for celebrations, discussions, films, performances, lectures and special meals. The center also contains a library with a diverse collection of books, videos and other materials. Housing is available to students through an application process in the spring. Located at 100 E. Brooklyn Street.
Thomas House serves Muslim students by providing religious, cultural and social opportunities to explore, enhance and celebrate their Muslim faith.
Unity House offers a supportive, educational, social and cultural environment in order to enhance awareness and acceptance about gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and ally concerns throughout the Kenyon 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. Download the theme housing application.