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Kenyon College is a private liberal arts college in Gambier, Ohio. It was founded in 1824 by Philander Chase. Kenyon College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. Kenyon has 1,708 undergraduates enrolled. Its 1,000-acre campus is set in a rural setting and uses a semester-based academic calendar. The campus is home to the Brown Family Environmental Center (BFEC), which has over 380 acres.

A former student shares his disappointing experience on, "Kenyon is a SCAM. The "college" is not an institution of learning, it is a radical socialist re-education camp. Dissenters are severely punished, while hateful ideologies are elevated. Kenyon sanctimoniously claims to be "progressive" and "liberal" while being the exact opposite. Instead, it is regressive and authoritarian. Kenyon has a terrible ROI - students leave with no skills that will lead to career success. It was recently ranked 983rd as the best-value college by PayScale, which tracks the average ROI of an education. If you love your child, do not put them in harm's way to be a target of bigotry. The post-modern, hateful ideologies that Kenyon indoctrinates their "students" will only cripple them in the real world. On the other hand, if you want your child to be a radical social activist that will continue to leach off others and live in your basement, then this is definitely the college for them. Attending Kenyon is the equivalent of burning 300k cash in your fireplace."


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General Labor (Former Employee) says

"Kenyon Expected for you to use your personal vehicle to move from job to job. they paid minimum wage at 13 dollars and hour, and didn't give gas to everyone. Only gave gas to 5 other person which were only Management. Cons: short breaks and no healt insurance"

Apprentice Service Engineer (Former Employee) says

"Apprentice service engineer in heating and electrical ."

Sheet metal (Former Employee) says

"Although ive learned allot from this job. It wasn't for me.. At times hours were so crazy that i had no time for family. It was best i found a job that was for me."

Church Secretary and Trustee (Current Employee) says

"I love working here. It is a great working environment but at this point there is no more advancements. The Co workers are great, we work, eat and have a good working relationship, at work and outside work. The hardest part of this job is not the job, its not being able to get raises or any type of benefits. This is the only draw back to working here. Cons: No raises or benefits"

Current Employee - Finance Co-Op says

"I have been working at Kenyon College part-time Cons: pay was not that grea"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Kenyon College full-time for more than a year Cons: Poor leadership in Student Affairs, not much support for work/life balance, values bottom line over people"

Former Employee - Sales Representative says

"I worked at Kenyon College full-time Cons: Diversity of market is small, poor... typical non-profit low pay high activity job"

Former Employee - Aquatics Lifeguard says

"I worked at Kenyon College part-time for more than 3 years Cons: Pay is not great, Long hours, boring and the work leaves you feeling unneeded. Most of the time (during swim practices) lifeguards are almost unnecessary. However, there are times when lifeguard readiness is appealing. I had very little confidence in some of the other guards."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Kenyon College full-time Cons: Lack of support from leadership. Not a lot of professional development opportunity."


"I worked at Kenyon College Cons: people are unhappy to receive your calls"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Kenyon College full-time for more than 3 years Cons: very limited opportunities to advance, strong atmosphere of office politics, performance does not affect compensation"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at Kenyon College full-time Cons: Rural setting can be a tough transition for people coming from larger cities. Achieving a raise or promotion can be tough in Student Affairs given the smallness of the division and many people stay in their jobs a long time."

Current Employee - Student says

"I have been working at Kenyon College full-time for more than 3 years Cons: -Cliquey -Too homogeneous (not necessarily in terms of race, but in terms of ambition and interests)"

KAC Information Desk Attendant says

"I worked at Kenyon College Cons: you dont get paid very much and it is hard to get multiple shifts because everyone wants the job"

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