Visit us during one of our drop-in tour dates throughout the winter – no registration is required. Parking is available in P1, just off of Epworth Avenue.
It is an important time to recognize the experiences of people of colour on campus and their daily life. King's BIPOC Discussion Circle is a safe place to speak, be heard and relate to one another.
Community Conversations is formally known as King's Town Hall. The King's Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Decolonization (EDID) invites you to join in the conversation. Each month there will be a different topic and speaker.
King’s is a public Catholic University College engaged in the open pursuit of truth, and the discovery and sharing of knowledge in service to humanity. By integrating academic programs rooted in the liberal arts with comprehensive student support, King’s creates an inclusive and empowering space for students by nourishing their capacity for critical thought, articulate expression, creativity, and ethical action.