Many students say that their best memories from college come from living on campus. Campus is more than a place to attend classes-it's your home for four years, so it should be comfortable!
First year students typically call one of two traditional residence halls home, but we offer a variety of living arrangements for all students. Residence Life and the Academic Skills Center will work with students who require specialized housing due to need. The College’s Disabilities Services Accommodations Policy can be found here. Resident Assistants and Resident Counselors are located in every residence hall each building is secure, accessible only by student ID card. The Office of Residence Life offers a wealth of resources for our residents, including Tips for First Year Students.
The food prepared by King's Dining Services is good--make sure you take time to eat at one of our five facilities when you're here to visit. We offer a number of meal plan options, so pick the one that best fits your lifestyle! For those students interested in physical fitness or other sporting events, King's has a number of athletic facilities for student use. Should you ever need medical attention, our Health Center is located on campus, and can take care of you.
Additional student support can be found all over campus, including the Academic Skills Center, Counseling Center, Academic Advisement, Campus Ministry, Career Planning, Multicultural and International Student Programs, Student Success and Financial Aid.