King’s has launched a new site called Career Connect for students.
Construction on Waterloo Street starting October 10, 2017 will slow traffic and limit street parking for King’s students, staff and faculty.
King’s University College and Brescia University College have announced a new entrance scholarship for students from Nanjing, China.
The first King’s Hour of the academic year held Wednesday, September 27, 2017 consisted of a 30-minute expert panel discussion, followed by Q&A, on the Donald Trump presidency in the United States.
Chau Su is retiring after 36 years of dedicated service at King’s.
The work of three recent graduates, Melanie Matthews, Sam Boer and Aleksander Franiczek receive honours at the prestigious Undergraduate Awards.
King's Hour starts off the academic year with a panel discussion on the Trouble with Trump.
King’s University College is proud to receive a Fair Trade campus designation in recognition of serving 100% fairtrade coffee alongside an offering of fairtrade teas and chocolate.
Indigenous Elder Liz Akiwenzie will be on the second floor of the Darryl J. King Student Life Centre two Thursdays a month from September to December, 2017.
Childhood Youth and Community Studies students from King’s partner school, the University of Winchester, spend a semester in London, ON.
King’s students enrolled in Foundations in the Western Thought and Civilization program participated in an extracurricular architectural tour of downtown London.
Featuring rising star soprano Alexandra Smither, the concert will take place on Friday, September 8, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. in ‘The Chapel’ at Windermere on the Mount.
London Knights hockey players enroll at King’s.
King's will welcome 3,500 new and returning students on Monday, September 4, 2017.
Dr. Cathy Chovaz spoke on August 24, 2017 about mental health and deafness
The Centre for Jewish-Catholic-Muslim Learning condemns racism in all its forms.
Dr. Michelle Hartley discusses one of this season’s plays at Table Talk.