July 14, 2020
Kenyon has updated its plans for returning to campus, offering in-person and remote instruction. Read more here.
Kenyon's dining scene stands out in two ways. First is the place itself: beautiful, magnificently renovated Peirce Hall, with its literary stained-glass windows and spacious serving areas. Second is the fare: Kenyon is a leader in the local-food movement, and we serve up a good deal of information about area farmers along with the foods we buy from them.
We change the menu three times a year to focus in on the climate and the local foods available. Suggestions from the students are always welcome and play a key role in the menu revisions.
Kenyon is committed to meeting the dietary needs of students who have food allergies and other dietary restrictions. As part of that effort the College uses NetNutrition, an online tool that allows students to access ingredients, allergen and nutrition information about the College’s menu from a mobile phone or computer. Students who have food allergies are also encouraged to meet with the director of student accessibility and support services to develop a food management plan.