Government Elementary College of Education, Mithi at a Glance
Kenyon’s beautiful 1,000-acre campus is in Gambier, Ohio, 45 miles from the state’s capital, Columbus. The campus includes a 480-acre nature preserve. Take the virtual tour…
Kenyon is a private, residential liberal-arts college. The College offers exceptional programs, opportunities to collaborate with faculty, and the ethos of a small and welcoming community.
Kenyon is highly selective. Of 484 entering first-year students in the Class of 2017, 47 percent are in the top 5 percent of their high school graduating class. Learn about applying to Kenyon…
Fifty-three percent of Kenyon’s 1,600 students are women; 47 percent are men. About 17 percent are African Americans, Asians, and Latinos/Hispanic-Americans, Native Americans, and multiethnic students. Students come from across the United States and from 44 other nations. More about Kenyon’s class profile…
Ninety-nine percent of Kenyon’s tenure-track faculty hold a Ph.D. or other terminal degree in their field.
If there’s a key to Kenyon, it’s this: you thrive because your professors know and care about you—as a student, as a person. The student-faculty ratio is 10 to 1, and the most common class size is 15.
PROGRAMS OF STUDY
There are 35 majors leading to a bachelor’s degree. In addition, the College offers 13 concentrations; pre-professional advising for graduate or professional school in business, education, engineering, law, and medicine; and a number of cooperative programs involving other institutions. More about Kenyon’s programs…
Students choose from more than 150 programs in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Americas. Kenyon sponsors programs at the University of Exeter in England and in Rome. More about international education at Kenyon…
Student life is active and multifaceted. There are more than 120 student organizations, including sororities and fraternities; a range of performing-arts groups, including the Kenyon College Dramatics Club and five a cappella ensembles for male, female, and mixed voices; and a range of community service opportunities.More about life at Kenyon…
Nearly one-third of the student body participates in intercollegiate athletics (NCAA Division III), and many more take part in intramural sports. Kenyon’s swimming and diving teams have won 33 men’s national championships and 23 women’s national titles. More about intercollegiate athletics…
All students live on campus in residence halls and apartment-style housing. First-year students live together in a cluster of residences near Gund Commons. More about residential life…
COSTS & FINANCIAL AID
For 2014-2015, total charges are $58,890. About 50 percent of students receive need-based financial aid. The average aid package exceeds $43,000. More about financial aid…
ACCREDITATION & AFFILIATIONS
An accredited member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, Kenyon is also a member of the American Association of Colleges, the American Council on Education, the Association of Episcopal Colleges, the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio, the Great Lakes Colleges Association, the Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges, and the Five Colleges of Ohio Consortium.
About 2,400 faculty members and more than 10,400 academic appointments in affiliated teaching hospitals
Harvard College – About 6,700
Graduate and professional students – About 14,500
Total – About 21,000
More than 323,000, over 271,000 in the U.S., nearly 52,000 in some 201 other countries. See the alumni website for more information.
47 Nobel Laureates, 32 heads of state, 48 Pulitzer Prize winners
Veritas (Latin for “truth”)
REAL ESTATE HOLDINGS
The Harvard Library—the largest academic library in the world—includes 18.9 million volumes, 174,000 serial titles, an estimated 400 million manuscript items, 10 million photographs, 56 million archived web pages, and 5.4 terabytes of born-digital archives and manuscripts. Access to this rich collection is provided by nearly 1,000 library staff members who operate more than 70 separate library units.
FACULTIES, SCHOOLS, AND AN INSTITUTE
Harvard University is made up of 11 principal academic units – ten faculties and the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. The ten faculties oversee schools and divisions that offer courses and award academic degrees.
UNDERGRADUATE COST AND FINANCIAL AID
Families with students on scholarship pay an average of $11,500 annually toward the cost of a Harvard education. More than 65 percent of Harvard College students receive scholarship aid, and the average grant this year is $46,000.
Since 2007, Harvard’s investment in financial aid has climbed by more than 70 percent, from $96.6 million to $166 million per year.
During the 2012-2013 academic year, students from families with incomes below $65,000, and with assets typical for that income level, will generally pay nothing toward the cost of attending Harvard College. Families with incomes between $65,000 and $150,000 will contribute from 0 to 10 percent of income, depending on individual circumstances. Significant financial aid also is available for families above those income ranges.
Harvard College launched a “net price calculator” into which applicants and their families can enter their financial data to estimate the net price they will be expected to pay for a year at Harvard. Please use the calculator to estimate the net cost of attendance.
The total 2014-2015 cost of attending Harvard College without financial aid is $43,938 for tuition and $58,607 for tuition, room, board and fees combined.
HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT
UNIVERSITY INCOME (FISCAL YEAR 2013)
UNIVERSITY EXPENSES (FISCAL YEAR 2013)
ENDOWMENT (FISCAL YEAR 2014)
HARVARD UNIVERSITY SHIELDS
The name Harvard comes from the college’s first benefactor, the young minister John Harvard of Charlestown. Upon his death in 1638, he left his library and half his estate to the institution established in 1636 by vote of the Great and General Court of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.
The Harvard Campaign is designed to embrace the future and to ensure Harvard’s leadership as it approaches its fifth century of education and inquiry in the pursuit of enduring truth.
HarvardX, a University-wide effort to support faculty innovation in teaching and learning, has engaged more than 70 faculty from across 10 schools, producing online learning experiences that have reached more than 1,000,000 students from 195 countries around the world.
These numbers come from many sources, including the Harvard University Fact Book and the Annual Financial Report to the Board of Overseers of Harvard College. Sign up for the Daily Gazette to receive highlights about faculty news, research projects, staff developments, student life, and daily events in your inbox.