March 14, 2020 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

A message from King's Principal:

To the King's community,

During this challenging time please know that we are doing everything we can to support all students, in particular, those students who live a distance away from home, family and friends. 

Our decisions are always driven by how we can best support our students.

Our campus remains open including Residence, Food Services, Library, The Write Place, Finance; academic, personal and pastoral counselling, and all student services.

It is understandable that this situation may be adding stress. We have in-person and online resources.

If you have questions about Accessibility, Counselling, and Student Development; King's International; Residence; Enrolment Services; or Student Finance, and want someone from King’s to contact you directly, please complete the King’s Callback form.

We are working on how we will deliver virtual final exams. This allows you to return home if you wish to do so sooner than you had originally planned. On the other hand, if you are unable to return to a location that is currently isolated due to the impacts of COVID-19, we are here to help you find alternative living arrangements, including living at King’s past the end of the term.

Please follow our COVID-19 website for updates, as well as to submit questions or comments related to King’s and this unprecedented situation. We follow the best practices recommended by the Middlesex-London Health Unit. The risk in London remains low. We continue to sanitize and disinfect our campus to a high degree of safety. 

As always, take care of yourself, take care of this place and take care of each other.


David C. Malloy, PhD

Principal, King's University College