Student organizations bring students together to explore, refine, and share extracurricular passions and interests.
Student organizations serve under The King’s Council. The King’s Council, comprised of the 10 House Presidents, the Student Body President, and his/her cabinet members, exists to shape the campus culture and empower student-driven community.
While the following student organizations are officially recognized by The King’s College, the views and opinions expressed by these organizations do not necessarily reflect those of the College.
KDS exists to train students to effectively advocate truth in the marketplace of ideas. We speak, study, and debate in order to confront the ideas that threaten the world, and promote those ideas that uphold the principles of the Gospel and the value of human dignity. We prepare ourselves for service to Christ and humanity in firm understanding that God is both ultimate Truth and Authority, and that creation will never be reclaimed by the wisdom of man. KDS participates in multiple intercollegiate debate competitions during the academic year, going head-to-head with some of the best collegiate debate teams. There are no requirements to join the team. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.Learn More
Dele is a resource for helping students to connect and share, one meal at a time. We provide workshops, lectures, and events to encourage and support the practice of hospitality. Contact Sydney Watson at email@example.com.
The Empire State Tribune (EST), the official student-run newspaper of The King’s College, strives to bring stories and features of interest to the King’s community. Empire State Television (ESTv), the video production arm of the Tribune, exists to equip members with skills necessary to succeed in fields like broadcast journalism, video editing, and video production. Contact Meg Capone at firstname.lastname@example.org.Learn More
Guided by our principles of humility, harmony, and confidence, the King’s College Financial Services Club strives to encourage and prepare students to glorify God in the finance world. Contact Nate Palmer at email@example.com.
The purpose and goals of the TKC International Justice Mission Chapter is to raise awareness on campus and in our community about the reality of modern-day slavery, to raise voices on behalf of the victims of injustice through advocacy and prayer, and to raise funds to enable IJM to bring rescue to victims of modern-day slavery. Contact Nadja de Sá at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The King’s Investment Club is a Christian community of investors dedicated to educating and further extending their knowledge of any topic related to investing or trading. Contact James Kaiser at email@example.com.
The John Quincy Adams Society (JQA) is a foreign policy group that provides a venue for students to engage in discussion of global events and America’s role on the world stage. We connect our members to experts in the field so they can grow intellectually and professionally. Contact Jan Gerber at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The King’s Cinema Society exists to gather a community of filmmakers dedicated to creating and showcasing purposeful content that inspires deeper thinking about the world through a Christian lens. Every semester, we create one short film and then host a screening of all student-made films at the end of the semester, celebrating our hard work. There are no requirements to join! Whether you love to write, film, act, sing, or just think creatively, we would love to work with you. Contact Chris Davis at email@example.com.
The King’s Dancers is a community of artists who practice and appreciate the art of dance. We pursue creative growth, artistic development, and unity through dance classes and rehearsals. Contact Olivia Staggs at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The King’s Players exists to create and foster an environment in which students can explore and develop their talents in theater. Contact Tia McCord at email@example.com.
The King’s College Mock Trial exists to cultivate a love of law, oratory and acting, and train students to advocate for Christ on the world’s biggest stages. We participate in multiple American Mock Trial Association tournaments during the academic year. Contact Elizabeth Vandenboom at Elizabeth.firstname.lastname@example.org.
The King’s College’s creative writing club, Odéon, is a safe space for students interested in writing, whether as a career or as a hobby, to grow comfortable presenting their work in a workshop setting and hear from authors and publishers on the career options for writers after college. Contact Kala Lundahl at email@example.com.
Refuge exists to facilitate campus-wide worship gatherings for the King’s community and to encourage students, staff and faculty to seek Christ. We meet every other Thursday in the City Room. Contact Dominique LaCroix at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Student Athlete Advisory Committee exists to further King’s athletics, and bridge the gap between athletes and the school as a whole. We support and provide a strong community for all athletic participants, as well as offering an avenue in which any student may voice their opinions on athletic matters. Contact Trevor Holland at email@example.com.
Click exists to help student photographers build a unique body of work while also building relationships with like-minded creatives. Contact Gabriela Kressley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Table is a community of Black and Hispanic students who meet to support the minority populations at King’s and to engage the broader community in discussion of multi-cultural issues. Contact Shá Sanders at email@example.com.
The King’s College Students for Life exists to protect life with reason and compassion. We aim to initiate school-wide discourse to lovingly promote awareness of pro-life issues and facilitate opportunities to serve pro-life organizations. Contact Elaina Bals at firstname.lastname@example.org.