Community Engagement in the Life of King University
King University has many opportunities for the community to become involved with the University. Likewise, King University is a part of the greater Bristol area and strives to build partnerships in the community where we can serve and connect. More information can be found below on guest speakers, events, and free classes for those 60+.
Information about events hosted on the campus of King University.
View an interactive experience of King University’s beautiful campus.
View information about King University Chaplain Dr. Brian Alderman, the office of the Chaplain, and past Chapel services.
View information about the E.W. King Library, accessing library resources, and chat with a librarian.
To give students a little boost and let them know you support and are praying for them, you can give one or more Exam Care Packages
View upcoming graduation dates, our commencement newsletter, frequently asked questions about graduation, and graduation photos.
The Institute for Faith & Culture seeks to provide a place for conversation where seekers can freely explore life’s difficult questions and discover common ground based on scriptural principles. Information on viewing the speaker series event schedule and the digital brochure.
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King University offers a select set of collegiate courses for adults aged 60 and over.
Students can participate in a variety of clubs, groups, and organizations that have a community volunteer element. This page has information about those opportunities as well as stories of students and alumni making a difference in the lives of others.
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King University is proud to be a partner of TN Promise, TN Strong, and TN Reconnect initiatives to further Tennessee’s Drive to 55
This scholarship affirms King University’s commitment to providing an affordable education to economically challenged students.