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Welcome to King University from the Office of Academic Affairs. King’s academic programs
are the heart of the University’s mission as we prepare students to excel as thoughtful, resourceful,
and responsible citizens with a passion for serving God, the church, and the world.
King faculty work collaboratively to fulfill this mission by offering an education
that is rigorous and student-centered, as well as relevant and transformative. We
invite you to build upon King's rich history of 150 years of academic excellence.
It is this foundation that has served, and will continue to serve students and graduates
as they excel in the places they live, work, and serve.
We invite you to further explore information about our academic programs, our dedicated
faculty and staff, and the full educational experience that is possible at King.
Sincerely,Matthew Roberts, Ed.D.Vice President for Academic AffairsAcademic Dean
E.W. King Administration BuildingOffice 16, Ground FloorPhone: 423.652.4737Fax: 423.652.4793
The Office of Academic Affairs is responsible for the administration and evaluation
of academic programs, the oversight of all areas and matters related to the faculty,
and the operations of King’s campuses and off-site instructional locations. Additionally,
the Office of Academic Affairs provides leadership in strategic initiatives and is
responsible for a wide range of programs and services.
King University is comprised of seven schools:College of Arts & SciencesSchool of Business & EconomicsSchool of EducationSchool of NursingPeeke School of Christian MissionSchool of Behavioral & Health SciencesSchool of Communication, Information, and Design
The Office of Academic Affairs oversees the following programs and services:
King University LibrariesThe King University Institutes: King Institute for Faith and Culture, King Institute for Regional Economic Studies (KIRES), and Security & Intelligence Studies Institute
The Office of Registration and RecordsThe Learning Commons (TLC)Academic Center for Excellence (ACE)The Office of Institutional EffectivenessThe Quality Enhancement Plan Commencement Accreditation
Matthew Roberts, Ed.D.Vice President for Academic Affairs, Academic Deanmroberts@king.edu423.652.4780
Dr. Susan E. Graybeal, Ed.D.Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for Administration and Institutional Effectivenesssegraybeal@king.edu423.652.6471
Patty M. Houston, B.A.Academic Affairs Services Coordinatorpmhousto@king.edu423.652.4737
Jason Thead Institutional Research and Assessment Coordinator email@example.com 423.652.6373
Jennifer WorleyOperations Coordinator for Academic Affairs firstname.lastname@example.org 423.652.4738