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Daniel Taylor, noted author and popular international speaker on issues related to story, values, character, faith, and contemporary culture, will give two lectures March 14
This summer, working adults in Tennessee and Southwest Virginia will have the opportunity to complete their associate, bachelor's, or master's degree from King University.
King University, 96.9 WXBQ, and sponsoring partner Eastman Credit Union announced Jeremy Wilson of Bluff City, Tenn., as the winner of the 11th annual College Dream scholarship promotion.
King University has adopted a new admissions policy which will make ACT, and/or SAT scores optional.
Southwest Virginia residents will soon have the opportunity to obtain their bachelor's degree in Social Work from King University without having to leave the region.
The Applied Music students of King University will perform their Spring Convocation Lecture-Recital on Tuesday, March 22 at 7:30 p.m. in King's Memorial Chapel on the main campus in Bristol, Tenn.
The King Institute for Regional Economic Studies has released a new study on the "Regional Economic Impacts of Social Security Benefits and other Government Transfer Payment Programs."
King's annual Phon-A-Thon begins March 14-17 and will continue March 21-24. Student callers will be contacting alumni from 6-9 p.m. to request support for the Annual Fund for Scholarships & Programs at King.
King University invites alumni to gather together for an afternoon of fun at the Chattanooga Zoo on Saturday, April 16, 2016.
As King continues to mark the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, we welcome Michael Morgan, along with his world-class Bible collection, to Bristol on Monday, March 21.
King University has joined with the Ride for Reading organization for the 5th annual edition of National Ride for Reading Week
King University and Virginia Highlands Community College will combine to present an evening of instrumental music at the Paramount Center for the Arts.
Noted author of "America's Pastor: Billy Graham and the Shaping of a Nation," Dr. Grant Wacker, will speak at King University's Memorial Chapel and at the Bristol Public Library.
The King University Theatre Department will present "As You Like It" during alumni weekend, Dogwood Weekend April 8-10. The play continues the department's homage to William Shakespeare.
During April 8-10, King will celebrate the School's 90th Annual Dogwood Weekend. The highlight of the weekend will be the kick-off of the University's sesquicentennial celebration - 150 years strong.
King is excited to welcome the Grammy-nominated bluegrass band, The Boxcars, to headline a FREE concert on April 9. The opening act is Symphony Rags.
King University named Alexander W. Whitaker IV as its 23rd President during a called meeting of the school's Board of Trustees Monday afternoon.
King University invites you to join us to witness the Oval Dedication and Inaugural Walk at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, April 29, 2016 in front of Bristol Hall.
The King Institute for Faith and Culture welcomes philosopher and popular author James K.A. Smith on April 11 as the final lecturer for the 2015/16 lecture season.
April 6, 2016, has been named Give Day at King University. On this day, everyone is encouraged to celebrate their experience, education, and affection for King by making a gift to King!
As part of King University's commemoration of the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare's death, Professor Ralph Cohen will speak on the performance of Shakespeare's plays.