The King's College Named as One of 50 "All-American Colleges"
The King's College is honored in the most recent issue of The Intercollegiate Studies Institute Guide to All-American Colleges
New York— The King's College is honored among an exclusive group of fifty colleges in the most recent issue of “The Intercollegiate Studies Institute Guide to All-American Colleges.”
Other colleges profiled include the University of Chicago, Princeton University, Rhodes College and the University of the South.
The guide highlights schools that, “clearly remained committed to ensuring that students encounter the great minds and texts of Western civilization and those that have programs that connect in a special way with the core values of the American founding and the vibrant intellectual traditions of the West.”
According to the guide, “Intellectually serious students who want a genuinely formative Christian education would do well to take a look at this high-minded little college in one of the world’s tallest buildings.” The King's College profile also includes a description of the college’s academic life, student life, and core curriculum with an emphasis on Great Books and great ideas.
The King's College enrolls ambitious students who want to participate in the secular marketplace of power and ideas. These students will eventually be poised for positions of leadership, utilizing their Biblical worldview and classical education they have received at the College.
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