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Beginning Monday, Oct. 5, students, faculty, and staff enjoying their lunch in Dining Hall in Maclellan Hall on the main campus of King University will notice a small change in the atmosphere.
High school athletes are welcome to explore King University and the Tornado athletic program during the University's Athletic Visit Day to be held on Saturday, Oct. 24
This spring, working adults in the Morristown area of East Tennessee will have the opportunity to complete their Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree.
Jes Kast-Keat, the associate minister at West End Collegiate Church in New York City, N.Y., will present two lectures on Monday, October 12.
King alumni are invited to enjoy a 4.5-mile hike of the Appalachian Trail beginning at Taylors Mountain Overlook on the Blue Ridge Parkway in Vinton, Va., near Roanoke.
Members of the King University community can own a piece of King's history. The bricks that lined the Oval on the main campus in Bristol are now available.
Author and professor Brent Strawn will present two lectures on Monday, Oct. 19, 2015 as part of the King University Institute for Faith and Culture 2015-16 lecture series.
King University plans to offer a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner concentration as part of the University's Master of Science in Nursing degree program beginning January 2016.
King University's traditional Nursing program based out of the School's Hardin Valley campus in Knoxville, Tenn., has reported a 100% pass rate on their NCLEX examinations.
King University is partnering with Upswing, an online tutoring platform that gives students access to online tutors at any time of the day, seven days a week at no cost to them.
Jessica Belnap is on the frontlines of the nursing profession. Her article, "Scratching the Surface: Utilizing Informatics in Education" was published in the Oct.edition of Clinical Scholars Review
Knoxville, Tenn., native Jan Sharp had dreams of being able to do more to make the educational experience better for the students with which she worked at Pellissippi State Community College.
Free College Courses Available at King for Adults Ages 60+ King is now offering a select set of collegiate courses for adults ages 60 and over.
Loudon County's 911 Director Jennifer Estes will tell you she feels she has been in school her entire life, but had not been able to complete her bachelor's degree.
The King University's Symphonic Band and 250 Jazz Ensemble will present their fall concert at the Paramount Center for the Arts on Friday, Oct. 30.
Stewart Harris, J.D., creator of NPR's Your Weekly Constitutional radio program and professor of Law at the Appalachian School of Law in Grundy, Va., will speak at King University on Wednesday, Nov. 4
The Theatre Department at King University will present the comedy "Goodnight Desdemona Good Morning Juliet" in the Fine Arts Theatre on King's main campus in Bristol, Tenn.
Dr. Kenneth W. Noe, Draughon Professor of Southern History at Auburn University, will present a lecture entitled "Like a Storm over the Ridges: From War to Peace in Southwest Virginia, 1865," on Oct. 26
During the 16th annual "Coats for Kids" event held in Kline Gym on King's main campus in Bristol, Tenn., families gathered to select warm winter coats for their children.
The King Institute for Faith and Culture announces Pastor Mohammad Yamout, a minister in Tyre, Lebanon, will speak at First Presbyterian Church in Bristol, Tenn., on Nov. 3.