The King's College

TRUTH, KNOWLEDGE, AND INTEGRITY

WE PREPARE PRINCIPLED LEADERS

Through its commitment to the truths of Christianity and a biblical worldview, The King’s College seeks to transform society by preparing students for careers in which they help to shape and eventually to lead strategic public and private institutions, and by supporting faculty members as they directly engage culture through writing and speaking publicly on critical issues.

Academics
We seek greatness in all our endeavors.

Our strategic academic programs are based on our Core Curriculum. All students take these courses as the basis of our five academic majors. As students further their intellectual and vocational exploration, they may also choose from twelve minors.

Our courses are taught by Christian faculty members who are accomplished in their fields and who bring cross-disciplinary perspectives to their classes.

Student Life
THERE'S NOWHERE LIKE KING'S, BECAUSE THERE'S NOWHERE LIKE NEW YORK.

At our Christian college in New York City, we believe we should be shaping culture at its heart. Here in the heart of the metropolis, we believe we have that chance. King’s offers academic immersion at a small liberal arts college, amazing internships and job opportunities — plus the chance to truly influence secular society in the world’s most global city.

  • Honor

  • Career Development

  • The House System

  • Apartment Life

  • Spiritual Life

  • Athletics

  • Student Organizations

  • International Ventures

Coming to King's
DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES?

We seek gifted, driven, dedicated students. If that sounds like you, we invite you to start the application process.

WHEN YOU GET HERE, YOU’LL GET IT.

There’s no place like New York — or like King’s. Our Inviso events are the perfect introduction. Visit our campus, meet our people and tour NYC.

King's Online
ALL OVER THE WORLD, EMERGING LEADERS CHOOSE KING’S. WITH KING’S ONLINE, STUDENTS CAN ACCESS OUR WORLD-CLASS EDUCATION.

King’s offers online coursework to meet a variety of student needs. Take courses online before moving to New York City or complete your B.A. in Business Management entirely online. Students in high school may earn dual enrollments to get an early start in their college career.

ARE YOU READY TO JOIN OUR COMMUNITY OF EXCELLENCE?

Connect With King's
  • 02.02.2016
    news | Announcements, Faculty, Students, TKC News

    King’s to Begin Offering Catholic and Orthodox Studies Concentrations in RTS

    The Religious and Theological Studies major at The King’s College recently received approval from the New York State Education Department to offer two new concentrations to students enrolled in the major: one in Interdisciplinary Catholic Studies and one in Interdisciplinary Orthodox Studies. “Christians across several traditions during our state of moral and social decline are […]

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  • 01.25.2016
    news | Announcements, Faculty, Students, TKC News

    King’s To Begin Offering Bachelor of Arts in English

      The King’s College is pleased to announce the creation of the Bachelor of Arts in English, the sixth major at The King’s College, which was recently approved by the New York State Education Department. The major focuses on the study of English language and literature, with an optional creative writing component. “The King’s College has […]

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  • 01.06.2016
    news | TKC News

    Washington Journalism Center Builds A New Era As New York City Semester In Journalism

    Since 2006, the Washington Journalism Center (WJC) has trained and placed aspiring journalism students in countless internships. Students come from Christian colleges across the country to Washington, D.C. for one semester, and the program equips them to figure out if journalism is their vocation or calling. The program was the brainchild of Terry Mattingly, Universal Syndicate columnist and now Senior Fellow […]

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  • 01.20.2016
    news | Alumni, TKC News

    ALUMNI CLASS NOTES JANUARY 2016

      Wesley Shand (NBC ’74) was awarded a Ph.D. in Pulpit Communication and Expository Preaching in the summer of 2015. Michael Wojcik (’83) received a PhD in Information Technology with an emphasis in cybersecurity, and graduated with distinction. Alma Ramos-McDermott (’84) writes that after 21 years of teaching elementary school and being a school librarian […]

  • 01.15.2016
    news | Announcements, Faculty, TKC News

    Dr. John Mark Reynolds Appointed Senior Fellow in the Humanities

    The King’s College is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. John Mark Reynolds as a Senior Fellow in the Humanities. In his capacity as Senior Fellow, Reynolds will speak during the Presidential lecture series and consult with the department of Academic Affairs regarding future academic ventures at King’s. Dr. Reynolds is the founding President of The Saint Constantine […]

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  • Feb 7th 2016 - 6:30 pm to 12:00 am

    Bonhoeffer Super Bowl Party

    The House of Bonhoeffer's annual Super Bowl Party will be hosted in the City Room for the entire student body. Food will be provided on a first come, first serve basis. The game will be streamed live beginning at 6:30 PM. Please contact: Michael Martinez (michael.martinez@tkc.edu)

  • Feb 8th 2016 - 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm

    Valentine’s Ice Skating

    Annual Valentine's Ice Skating isn't just for all the lovers out there. Bring anyone you love--your mom, your best friends, a cheeseburger. And ice skate on a rink rented out solely for King's students! It will be at Brookfield Place (200 Vessey Street). Contact: Mary Losiak, mary.losiak@tkc.edu

  • Feb 10th 2016 - 12:00 am to 11:59 pm

    Board Meeting: In Person

    The President and Board of Trustees of The King's College gather regularly to discuss the state and goals of the College. Board members and the Presidential team set annual goals and develop strategic plans for the College. Contact: Breanna Duffy bduffy@tkc.edu

  • Feb 10th 2016 - 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

    King’s Mock Presidential Debate

    The King's Debate Society, The King's College Republicans, The Empire State Tribune, and Students for Rubio are happy to invite you to the first ever King's Mock Presidential Debate. Fellow students will assume the roles of the 5 leading Republican and 2 leading Democrat candidates, defend their positions, and make a case for why they should be the next President. The audience and a team of moderators will ask questions and Professor Josiah Peterson will guide. Contact: kyle.trivanovich@tkc.edu

  • Feb 11th 2016 - 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm

    REFUGE Worship Gathering

    REFUGE seeks to meet the ever-present need for community and worship in the Christian journey. We meet every other Thursday night to seek Christ together through music and prayer. Contact: Mathew Salavitch (Worship Leader), mathew.salavitch@tkc.edu

Academics
Academics
OUR CLASSES ARE CHALLENGING, EXCITING AND BASED IN CLASSICAL KNOWLEDGE AND CHRISTIAN TRUTH. SEE WHAT WE HAVE IN STORE FOR YOU.