You don’t come to Gambier for the nightlife or the restaurant scene. You choose Kenyon because you seek to explore what matters to you in a small, wide-open space, surrounded by a multifaceted community of friends and faculty who view themselves as partners in inquiry.
Got a minute?
Take a virtual stroll through Gambier, the place Kenyon calls home.
Close to Columbus
Ohio’s capital—and the nation’s 15th largest city—is a short (and scenic) drive from campus.
1,000The number of acres Kenyon calls home, half of which is a nature preserve.
The picturesque Kokosing River and Gap Trail run alongside campus. Take a virtual tour.
More Than Textbooks
Kenyon is home to the oldest college bookstore in the U.S. The literary hub is a great place to grab snacks, buy art supplies or just meet up with friends.
150+The number of student clubs and organizations at Kenyon.
There’s a cappella, student government, filmmaking, horseback riding, and many more. Learn more about clubs and organizations.
From Athens to Gambier
I thought I had the college thing down — which is why coming to Kenyon surprised me in all kinds of ways.