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Why our culture needs The King's College
In the midst of uncertain times for many Christian colleges, The King’s College is dedicated to equipping students to engage the heart of our culture from a biblical worldview and the truths of Christianity. We need your help to continue as an institution.Help Save King's
Will you help The King's College during our time of financial need?
Now, more than ever, The King’s College needs your support. This year, we have been caught in the perfect storm of a slow, post-COVID-19 recovery, an economic decline, and rising interest rates.
If you haven’t given yet, we encourage you to join with the students, staff, faculty, alumni, and friends of King’s by donating to the College at this time. The future of the College hinges on your generous support of our mission.
The transformative impact of a Christian liberal arts education
Dr. Anthony Bradley explains how a Christian liberal arts education equips King’s students to see behind the trends in culture and serve as salt and light in a culture in needs of biblical truth and wisdom.
Read the TKC Letters Project
The TKC Letters Project is a student-created initiative focused on sharing student and alumni stories about what King’s means to them.READ MORE
Samuel Tran ('14)
“At King’s, we intentionally studied the intersection of so many different disciplines, and as a result I learned how to ask important questions that reveal the proverbial forest beyond the trees.”
Sam reviews grant applications and presents recommendations to his board as to whether the organization should receive a grant.
Elle Rogers ('19)
“Thanks to King’s, I learned that the city of God is all around us. King’s well prepared me well to study at a top law school, and to seek light even when the institutions of the world seem hopeless.”
Elle recently graduated with her law degree from the University of Chicago and is working at a law firm in Washington D.C.
Peter Fleming ('14)
“King’s fostered an environment where I was expected to ask good and tough questions, and the professors and my fellow students asked me the hard questions in return.”
Peter is assistant vice president in the Investment Platforms group at Morgan Stanley, where his team’s decisions affect two trillion dollars in assets managed by over 15,000 financial advisors.
Danielle Perkins ('11)
“King’s inculcated a deep and unrelenting love of learning in the inmost parts of who I am as an individual.”
Danielle, a Teach For America alumna, imparts her love of learning to eighth-graders in a Brooklyn charter school while showing her colleagues what it means to joyfully follow Christ.
Nadia (Barduson) Scott ('14)
“I can honestly attribute the success of my presentation to my education at King’s.”
As a customer success specialist at Yelp, Nadia manages the advertising for some of Yelp’s top spending businesses, helping local businesses get in front of more potential customers.
Jessica Lee ('14)
“King’s helped me understand that ‘I can’t’ is never an option and that God has planted the will and way inside of us to go the distance in whatever field we’re called to.”
After graduating from Fordham Law School, Jessica has served as an Assistant Solicitor General for the State of West Virginia and is a judicial law clerk for Justice Jimmy Blacklock of the Supreme Court of Texas.
Daiya Malone ('21)
“My research will be an attempt to work in the spirit of reconciliation and encourage others to celebrate God’s order and creations in all of their differences.”
Since graduating from King’s, Daiya is continuing her academic studies at American University in Washington, D.C., where her graduate research in art history explores the representation of women in Christianity.
Andres Martinez ('20)
“Other students were literally cringing during the theoretical conversations, but I felt extremely well prepared to participate in classroom discussion because of my King’s classes.”
A King’s-grounded background in the classics uniquely prepared Andrés to study architectural design in grad school.