That last summer before college can be an emotional time. You’re thrilled to be done with high school, sad to be leaving your friends, and already missing those home-cooked meals. The only solution to dealing with these emotions: dorm-room shopping.
With application season finally coming to a close and a new summer beginning, it is time for some fresh summer reading suggestions. This year, instead of giving a list of some of our favorite summer reads (you can find those here), the Office of Admissions invites you to join our online book club.
We cannot wait to welcome you to campus! To help you make the most of your Junior Visit Day experience, take these five pieces of advice from us.
Let me start by saying CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR ACCEPTANCE TO KENYON! Now it’s time to figure out which wonderful college you’ll be attending for the next four years. One of the best ways to do this is by visiting (or revisiting) your top schools. But when — and to where — should you pack your suitcase and hit the road?
One of the most highly anticipated Kenyon traditions is Fandango, an event thrown this past weekend that was exclusive to seniors and faculty and marked 100 days until graduation. Everyone gathered in Gund Ballroom to celebrate the remaining few months of the academic year. I sat down with three seniors who work in the Office of Admissions to see how they’re feeling as graduation nears ever closer.