King's welcomes prospective students and families to campus at Open House
On November 12, King’s will be the place to be for university-bound students, and their families and supporters. They are invited to attend the King’s Fall Open House, taking place in the Darryl J. King Student Life Centre from noon until 4 p.m.
King’s Fall Open House will allow potential students to experience the King's difference; attend information sessions about courses, scholarships, admission requirements, and student services; tour the campus and meet with faculty, students, and staff. This will be their chance to discover why King’s is a place to be, a place to become and a place to belong.
King’s President Dr. David Malloy, Associate Registrar Paul Wilton, and Sydney Pickle-Resendes, a fourth-year student studying Criminology and Psychology, will present opening remarks at noon. Tours will take place from 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
There will be four draws for $50 gift cards from the King’s Connection. Visitors need to just fill out a ballot to enter.
“Our Fall Open House is a great opportunity for prospective students to connect with faculty, staff and current students to have their questions answered about King’s before applying to university. This in-person event will allow King’s to offer a warm welcome to students, a chance for them to visit our beautiful campus and to sit in on sample lectures. We are excited to meet our future students,” says Danielle McLennan, Coordinator, On-Campus Events.