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Your digital orientation to the King’s experience. Here’s what you can expect at King’s in terms of academics, campus citizenship, and campus resources.
Spring 2022 Preliminary Reopening Plan
The King’s College Reopening plan was crafted to allow each individual in our community to responsibly and respectfully self-govern. This plan remains subject to change throughout the spring semester. Plans for fall 2022 will be released in summer 2022.
New Student Guide
The New Student Guide is your one-stop-shop for information about paying your bill, registering for classes, planning your wardrobe, and much more!View Guide
New Student Guide: Crossover
If you’re beginning your King’s journey in our online program as a King’s Crossover student, review the Crossover edition of the New Student Guide for a one-stop-shop on how to pay your bill, register for classes, and begin your online courses.View Guide
New Student Orientation (NSO) is the official welcome of new students into the King’s community. NSO lets you become familiar with campus resources and make connections with students and staff before classes begin.See Schedule
For COVID-19 policies, case tracker, monitoring rubric, and past communications please visit our one-stop-shop for all things COVID-19 and campus reopening. Members of the King’s community may email email@example.com with questions.COVID-19 Information Hub
What to Think About Now
There’s a lot of information on our website, so to get you started we’ve created a guided tour of what’s most important for you to know.
Academics & Learning
Read about how your faculty and staff will partner with you on the project of learning.
Read about some distinct Kingsian elements like the House System, student organizations, athletics, the Honor Code.
Learn about the people and departments that can best help you navigate your time at King’s.
Academics & Learning
You bring to King’s your own unique set of interests, experiences, and ideas. Within this academic community, your faculty and staff will partner with you on the project of learning so you become ready for the good work you aspire to.
Your Academic Path
Many students have a specific major in mind when they choose King’s. Sometimes, though, you discover new ideas and interests that widen or change your aspirations. Check out the College’s minors and concentrations to imagine the possibilities.Majors
Meet Your Faculty
Your faculty are leaders in their fields, and they also love working with you. Explore your professors’ profiles to learn more about their expertise and roles on campus.
The Core Curriculum is a sequence of courses spread over your time at King’s that provides the foundational learning you need in the areas of politics, philosophy, economics, the Bible, and more.
During your course of study at King’s, you should expect to encounter moments of challenge. The Student Success team is ready to help you make the most of those moments when they arise.
There are plenty of ways to be involved. Whether it’s finding your community within the House System, a student org, or joining athletics, there’s one key piece of advice we’d give: show up. Campus citizenship is about finding your place in the community and finding the ways you can uniquely contribute.
The House System
The House system is the most obvious way to build community. Every incoming student is placed into one of ten Houses, which shape virtually every aspect of the student experience here at King’s. It’s an opportunity to build close friendships, grow spiritually and intellectually, and have fun.House System
Whether focused on arts, politics, writing, or faith, student organizations are a way to explore, refine, and share extracurricular passions and interests with other students.Student Orgs
As a student athlete at King’s, you will have coaches and teammates who push you to excellence and strength, both on and off the field.View Athletics
When you sign the Honor Code at Convocation, you are committing to seek a life of integrity and to uphold our community standards.
We aim to help students know Jesus as the defining reality of their lives, capture a vision of God that overcomes competing loyalties, and form a life built upon Scripture and belonging to a local church.
Starting a new school can be overwhelming. Luckily, we’re here to help. There’s an incredible staff here to help you navigate your time at King’s. We want to get to know you!
There are lots of ways to be a successful student at King’s. The Student Success team is here to help you make the most of your time, energy, and classes at King’s. Check out King’s 101 for resources and advice.King's 101
You’ll start planning for your career in your first year at King’s, but it might not look the way you expect. We’ll help you make choices this first year to pave the path to your future work.Grad Report
A lot of growing during college takes place outside of the classroom. Your Student Development team oversees on-campus housing, counseling, athletics, Christian formation and more. They’re here to shape your experience at King’s by living life alongside you.Student Life
Whether you’re living in the Financial District or Downtown Brooklyn, King’s provides access to incredible apartments in some of the best buildings and safest neighborhoods in New York City.
Compelled by God’s love that drew us together, we commit to creating a culture that takes seriously the biblical command to unity in diversity.
King’s students Koby Jackson (Humanities ’21) and Olivia Bolling (Media, Culture and the Arts ’21) share the low-down on move in day at The King’s College. Learn what to pack, what to wear, and how to get there. Pro tip: talk to your roommates before you leave home to coordinate sharing appliances!
A Field Guide for The King’s College
King’s student Marina Barham (Media, Culture and the Arts ’20) discusses why you should absolutely get yourself a Metrocard and gives you the scoop on how not to look like a tourist.
Life at King’s in NYC
Jackson Fordyce (Business ’20) and his roommates share clips of their daily life in New York City, from getting around on the subway to studying at their apartments, from visiting churches to exploring the Met, and from community events at King’s to spending time in the great outdoors.