The King's College

Staying Connected

The King’s College is a reflection of the generosity of private philanthropists. Our faithful community makes it possible to remain a highly competitive liberal arts institution. Financial support from friends, alumni, and parents supplement tuition to help the College achieve our mission to prepare students for careers in which they help to shape and eventually to lead strategic institutions.

Reasons to Give

The Reasons Start Here. The Rewards Are Eternal.


Our unique philosophy and approach enables our graduates to compete for positions in America’s most influential industries: government, business, media, law, education, and the church. Our highly specialized mission is central to our operation: we strive to do a few things extremely well.

Located in the heart of Manhattan’s Financial District, the King’s mission is the same as it’s always been: to advance liberty, to shape and lead influential institutions, and to return to Christian truths regarding politics, philosophy, economics, business, and culture.


The King’s College seeks students who desire to engage the world. Our faculty exposes these students to great and profound ideas and challenges them to measure these ideas against the truths of Scripture.

Our educational demands are coupled with the leadership and career opportunities that New York City affords. We want our students to enter boardrooms, courtrooms, and newsrooms—and to help shape and to lead them. Among Christian colleges, King’s is a unique place of influence in the secular city.


Students who choose to come to The King’s College are highly motivated. King’s seeks bright students who seek to be a leader in their careers. Rather than sheltering our students from mainstream society, we equip them to change it.

We do not tell our students what to think. Instead, we teach them how to think. We do this so that they can take their education in the real world and understand a world that is constantly changing.


Each year, King’s students build lasting friendships by being in one of ten student-led, mission-driven communities called Houses. These Houses of about 50 students are named after noble leaders that in some way embody the ideas of The King’s College, and it is here that underclassmen are mentored and brought fully into the community of King’s.


Our location in New York City is deliberate. We take pride in being able to understand and influence larger-scale communities and entrenched ideas in the world’s most global city. Christian faith may not be as popular here as it is elsewhere, but we have the power to make real improvements in the world’s most influential city.

New York City is the perfect training ground for acquiring the skills and experiences necessary for national impact. It provides our students with access to internships in major media outlets, businesses, top law firms, influential non-profits, and a world-class arts community.


The King’s College offers the sort of historically-rooted education that was once common among colleges and universities, but is now rare in higher education. In order for our students to successfully compete in the world and emerge as leaders, they need a Biblical worldview that understands the ideas driving global trends and events. To this end, we teach a unique core curriculum consisting of courses in economics, history, politics, philosophy, and theology.


Funding scholarships or an academic program allows donors to make a permanent mark on The King’s College. In addition, there are many opportunities for donors to memorialize loved ones and friends.

Naming opportunities include:

  • Facilities
  • Endowed Professorships
  • Scholarships and Fellowships
  • Unrestricted Endowments
  • Centers, Institutes, Departments, and Programs


Support the mission and students of The King’s College with a gift.


News For Donors

  • 11.17.2015
    news | Announcements, Donors, Students, TKC News

    King’s Dedicates O’Keeffe Student Union

    NEW YORK CITY–November 16, 2015 The campus community gathered on Monday to celebrate the opening of the O’Keeffe Student Union, which overlooks the New York Stock Exchange from its location at the corner of New Street and Exchange Place in Manhattan’s Financial District. The construction of the O’Keeffe Student Union was made possible by a […]

  • August 12, 2015
    news | Announcements, Donors, Faculty, TKC News

    Several Books To Be Published by King’s Faculty During Next Academic Year

    Books by a number of King’s faculty are newly available or slated for publication during the 2015-16 academic year. The publication of these books highlights the diverse interests and areas of expertise represented by the faculty at King’s, as well as the College’s ongoing commitment to support faculty as they write to both specialist and […]

  • July 22, 2015
    news | Announcements, Donors, Parents, Students, TKC News

    King’sand Action Institute Announce New Oikonomia Scholarship

    NEW YORK CITY- July 22, 2015- The King’s College announces the launch of the Oikonomia Scholarship, to be awarded to three winners of a contest for students entering King’s during the Fall 2015 semester. The three finalists will receive $10,000, $5,000, and $2,500, respectively. In cooperation with the Acton Institute, The King’s College is awarding three […]

  • July 15, 2015
    news | Alumni, Announcements, Donors, Faculty, TKC News

    King’s to Present Presidential Symposium in October

    NEW YORK CITY – July 15, 2015 – On October 5 and 6, a number of important speakers will visit the King’s campus for an event called “Six Presidents in 30 Hours: A Presidential Symposium.” The speakers include Harold Holzer on Abraham Lincoln, Evan Thomas on Richard Nixon, Charles Slack on John Adams and Thomas […]

    The Whitehouse Southlawn
  • July 1, 2015
    news | Announcements, Donors, Faculty, Students, TKC News

    TEDS to Offer Graduate Courses at King’s

    NEW YORK CITY – July 1, 2015 – Beginning in the Fall 2015 semester, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS) will begin offering occasional graduate-level courses in theology on the campus of The King’s College in lower Manhattan. This fall, TEDS will offer ST 6000: Biblical Theology and Epistemology, taught by Dr. Dru Johnson, Assistant Professor […]