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We want you to thrive, not just survive, in your King’s experience. Let us help.
Missed the latest King’s Weekly? Every Sunday the King’s Weekly is updated with upcoming events and announcements to keep you informed of all the campus happenings.LATEST WEEKLY
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
Are you an Online Student?
If you’re studying to get your degree fully online, the Online Learning Hub is what you’re looking for!
Textbooks are now available at our new online bookstore. Shop here to find your required materials and to save money.
Academic Inspiration ft. Dr. Innes
As we push to the end of the semester, we thought it would be best to hear from our very own faculty to academically inspire us to push through until Finals Week.Read
What is the King’s Liturgy? King’s Liturgy defines our experience together as a Christian community. It outlines the rhythms we celebrate with the Church at large: Scripture readings, Sabbath habits, and celebration of Holy Days and historical events.Read Liturgy
Process to Retire and Change a House Namesake
President Gibson announced in April 2020 that the College would create an official process by which students and alumni of a House may apply to retire a House namesake and adopt a new one. The goal of such a change would be to learn from other historical figures who constructively engaged with the Christian or classical traditions.
That process has been finalized and will be in effect beginning in the fall 2021 semester. The process was developed in consultation with the Student Body President, the King’s Council, the Alumni Executive Committee, and the President’s Cabinet.