Our curriculum is both wide and deep — we offer more than 50 majors, minors and concentrations, plus the option to double major or design your own.
Become fluent in connecting your coursework to solving real-world problems in the fields of architecture, business and management, clinical psychology, education, engineering, pre-med/health care, law, library and information science, ministry and social work.
Center for the Study of American Democracy
The Center for the Study of American Democracy brings together the Kenyon community to debate the issues of today—no matter how controversial—through nonpartisan and civil discourse. The center also supports internships in Washington, D.C., and makes teaching and research opportunities possible for students and faculty.
The discipline of digital humanities encourages students to imagine new avenues of research by identifying unexplored datasets of text, image and sound and to embrace new computational frameworks.
Science & Nature Writing
Science and nature writing at Kenyon empowers students to become skilled storytellers who can communicate complex scientific issues to a general audience. Students learn to write artfully, creatively, and with precision about the natural world.