The Kenyon College Board of Trustees convened in Cleveland the week of Feb. 4, 2019. The primary business of the winter meeting was to review the operating budget for the 2019–20 fiscal year, which the board approved at $160,845,000.
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Chaired by Brackett B. Denniston ’69, the Kenyon College Board of Trustees met in Gambier on October 12–13. The central business of the meeting was to launch the public phase of Our Path Forward, Kenyon’s $300 million comprehensive fundraising campaign.
In its meeting last week in Santa Monica, California, the Kenyon College Board of Trustees approved the 2018–19 fiscal year operating budget of $151,933,000, which includes increases in financial aid, tuition and fees, and employee wages.
Vice President for Finance Todd Burson updates the Kenyon community on the College's new whistleblower policy and hotline, effective June 1, 2017, which can be used not only for finance related matters, but for all other matters including discrimination, harassment, safety and security issues, and NCAA rules violations.
Chaired by Brackett B. Denniston ’69, the Kenyon College Board of Trustees met in Gambier on April 20–21. The Board heard updates on the proposed Kenyon Commons project, replacing Olin and Chalmers libraries. The design for the project is still in progress, and no firm timelines for the project have been established.