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The Student Portal is the go-to destination for current students to find registration information and a number of forms for student life. Login in to your portal for access.


To help guide you through your King’s journey, we have prepared the Student Handbook. You will find this resource to be a useful reference point for daily life at The King’s College. 


The mission of Student Life is to provide superior living environments and develop communities where students love, respect, and challenge one another. For many students, residence life is a highlight of their time at college. The bonds of friendship that are forged will last a lifetime. The Student Life staff seeks to provide a living environment that is conducive to study and the development of strong relationships.

Open Monday to Friday from 8AM to 11PM; Saturday 10AM to 10PM ; Sunday 12PM to 10PM

The Battles Library offers 15,000 volumes and a collection of videos, academic journals, and numerous electronic databases. Students can find access to databases, the library catalog, and OED online through the Student Portal or access the catalog directly here. Additionally, the Battles library offers Interlibrary Loan services and access (on a limited basis) to other academic libraries in the New York City area via METRO, a library consortium.

Open 7 days a week, 8AM to 12AM

The O’Keeffe Student Union is a comfortable space for students to gather and work, as well as hold meetings and events. Made possible by the Esther B. O’Keeffe Charitable Foundation, the Student Union features office space for The King’s Council, a kitchen, two bathrooms, a ping-pong table, a long counter for individual study, outlets and data input throughout the space, and a lounge area.

Read about the 2015 opening of the O’Keeffe Student Union.


Attending to one’s health and wellness is an important life skill necessary for college and beyond. This includes addressing immediate problems or concerns, as well as developing a lifestyle that promotes well-being and preventative care. Health concerns can often affect academics, relationships and overall quality of life. We encourage students to take advantage of the various resources at King’s and in the community, seeking assistance when needed.


The College Catalog offers a comprehensive overview of departments, policies, and academic offerings. It also includes information about administration, faculty, and course descriptions.


News For Current Students

  • 02.08.2016
    news | Story, TKC News

    King’s Community Participates in Day of Service Despite Blizzard

    On January 23, 2016—in the midst of a serious New York City blizzard—a total of 108 volunteers from The King’s College made the snowy trek to the Bowery Mission and Manor Community Church (which was known as New York Gospel Mission prior to a merger in 2015) for the second annual college-wide Day of Service. […]

  • 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 […]

    Interior of the Notre Dame Cathedral, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • 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 […]

    library of old books
  • 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 […]

  • 01.20.2016
    news | Alumni, TKC News


      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 […]