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Charles James Sr., co-founder of the Gloucester Institute and public servant for more than 25 years, will speak at King University on Monday, Oct. 17.
Research performed by the Brookings Institution on the value colleges add to student outcomes ranks King University as tied for third in the state of Tennessee alongside Fisk University.
A brisk autumn evening is the perfect time for a family-friendly event complete with spooky tales and treats. The public is invited to attend the first "Haunting Tales at Anderson Park."
King University's Career Success Center, along with faculty advisors, help provide students with high caliber internship opportunities.
Abingdon, Va., native Cody Rogers applied for and was awarded the Colonel Lee B. Ledford Scholarship by the Appalachian College Association.
King is hosting their first Tornado Turnout, multi-city alumni gatherings to take place on Oct. 21, where King Alumni have volunteered to host an event in their city or town on that day.
King University will be providing children's winter coats for the University's 17th annual "Coats for Kids" Day, which will take place on Saturday, Oct. 22.
SVHEC in Abingdon, Va., will be the site of an upcoming information session on King University's GPS degree options for adult learners.
In celebration of King University 150th anniversary, alumni were recently challenged to donate 150 coats for the University's 17th annual Coats for Kids event .
In celebration of King University 150th anniversary, Tornado Athletics were recently challenged to raise $150 for the University's 17th annual Coats for Kids event.
The King University Bands will present their Fall Concert on Friday, Nov. 4 at the Paramount Center for the Arts in Downtown Bristol.
The Theatre Department at King University will present the play "Almost, Maine," in the Fine Arts Theatre on King's main campus in Bristol, Tenn., Nov. 10-13.
Travis Reed, the founder of "The Work of the People" and "Altǝr Video Magazine," will speak Monday, Nov. 7 as part of the King University Institute for Faith and Culture 2016-17 Lecture Series.