Stay connected to your son or daughter as they grow in wisdom, develop friendships, and build the foundation for their career.
Parents, thank you for your active involvement with your student’s growth and development. We are committed to supporting your student and helping you stay informed. We would love to see you at an upcoming event or help you connect with other King’s parents.
If you’re listed as your student’s emergency contact, you’ll receive the monthly Parent Newsletter with encouragement, deadlines, and updates. Even if you’re not, you can still sign up to receive it!
Get an inside look into campus life by subscribing to the weekly student announcement bulletin, the King’s Weekly.
See what events your student is experiencing on campus.
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We are here to help you understand your student’s statement, know when a balance comes due, and access payment options.Student Financial Services
We have a Parents Advisory Council (PAC) made up of other King’s parents who want to support you!Meet Parents
Are you looking for ways to support your son or daughter?Get Ideas
Nobody knows what it takes to be a King’s student better than a King’s family! If you know a high school student whom you think would be a good fit for King’s, please let us know.Refer a Student
Learn how students can access all the health resources that a major city provides. King’s also has counselors on staff and a telemedicine healthcare service.Learn About Health
King’s is dedicated to the safety of all the members of the College, and we have a rigorous plan in place in case of any emergency.Learn About Safety
Parents Weekend activities are intentionally planned to give a glimpse into your child’s life here at King’s, hear updates from the college, meet staff, faculty, and fellow parents, and most importantly give you as much time as possible to spend with your student. Dates and schedule for Fall 2022 will be released in late summer.Questions
Please reach out if you have questions about your child’s experience at King’s.