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King University's main campus in Bristol, Tenn., will be the site of an upcoming information session on the University's traditional degree programs.
The King University Institute for Faith and Culture welcomes Julia M. Robinson, author and University of North Carolina Charlotte professor.
King University ranks among the "30 Most Affordable Online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) in Nursing Leadership, Nursing Management, or Nursing Administration for 2016."
King University is pleased to announce students in traditional and professional studies undergraduate programs who received academic honors for the FALL 2016 semester.
Since Thanksgiving, King University has been raising funds to update the flooring in Memorial Chapel on the University's main campus in Bristol, Tenn.
King University senior Samantha Taylor will host a photography and design exhibition, "New York City Travel & Fashion," on Thursday, Jan. 19 from 5:30 - 7 p.m. in King's Widner TV Lounge.
King University's latest art project was unveiled yesterday, Jan. 12, during an open house event hosted by the staff of the E.W. King Library.
High school students who want to experience what it's like to be a King University student can do so on Saturday, Feb. 4 as King hosts its Open House event.
In August and September 2016, Octavia "Tae" Lewis-Rand ('16) and MacKenzie LeMay ('16) traveled from the U.S. to Ngoswani, Kenya in Southwest Africa to serve as missionaries.