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Who Can Help You?
People throughout King’s love helping you with the logistics of being a King’s student. Look here for who to ask about the King’s-things that may be on your mind.Who to Ask Guide
You are here with a purpose. Explore and build on that purpose through the resources provided by Career Development.Career Dev
Health and Wellness
Whether it’s an in-person visit with our campus counselor or using telemedicine or telecounseling resources through TimelyMD, your overall well-being is important.Your Health
Success is about more than grades. Make the most of your learning at King’s by connecting with us for success coaching, academic advising, tutoring, and more.Student Success
EST Writing Workshop
6:15 – 7:00 PM | Google Meet
Join our virtual meeting to get to know the editors of EST, pitch or pick up story ideas and learn some tips and tricks for writing in AP style.Register
Why the Liberal Arts?
12:00 – 1:15 PM | Zoom
Join our panelists who hope to address why studying the liberal arts during a pandemic is not only a worthwhile activity, but a necessary one.Register
No Change November
12:15 – 1:15 PM | City Room
Hear the TKC Democrats and the TKC Republicans speak on a life-changing policy that has decreased human trafficking and what more can be done. International Justice Mission will also kick off their No Change November fundraiser to support IJM field offices.
3 Questions to Journal and Why
Journaling may not sound as cool as some other things you could do with your time, like getting a tattoo or running across the Brooklyn Bridge. But it’s one of the main ways I’ve found to make sense of life. And the substance of your life is one of the most interesting things you’ll ever get to cultivate.Read