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We're Excited to Have You Here!

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.

Fall 2021 Reopening Plan

As New York State continues to adjust COVID-19 policies, be on the lookout for an update regarding our academic philosophy going into the fall semester to be released in June. By the week of July 12, we will release our Preliminary Fall 2021 Reopening Plan. To read through The King’s College Summer 2021 Reopening Plan created based on the Reopening New York Higher Education Guidelines, please click below.

This Summer: Early Start Course Offering

Incoming students at King’s have the opportunity to take up to two Early Start online classes. Each course is significantly discounted at $490 each with a $150 tech fee per course. This is a great way to knock out a prerequisite or a few extra credits before the fall. Courses run June 7th – July 31st and include:

  • College Writing I
  • Quantitative Reasoning (for non-business/finance majors. Additional $91 course fee)
  • The Literature of Hebrew Scripture
  • Christianity and Society

Email onlineadmissions@tkc.edu with any questions about course availability and to register for a summer class.

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.

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Academics & Learning

Read about how your faculty and staff will partner with you on the project of learning.

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Campus Citizenship

Read about some distinct Kingsian elements like the House System, student organizations, athletics, the Honor Code.

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Campus Resources

Learn about the people and departments that can best help you navigate your time at King’s.

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Dr. Kabiawu Lecture

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.

Faculty Directory
Dr. Mueller's Book Launch

Core Curriculum

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.

Core Curriculum
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Student Success

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.

Student Success

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Convocation 2019

Why Honor

When you sign the Honor Code at Convocation, you are committing to seek a life of integrity and to uphold our community standards.

Honor
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Deep-Rooted Faith

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.

Christian Formation

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Greenwich Student Apartment

Campus Housing

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.

Apartment Life
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Diversity

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.

Unity in Diversity