The Student Life Activities Committee at King (SLACK) is the official student programming board within the division of Student Affairs at King University. During the academic year, SLACK sponsors events throughout the week and on weekends. SLACK’s programs are intended to provide a fun and entertaining environment for the whole student body. In addition to providing entertainment, SLACK also seeks to provide events that engage culture, develop recreational and social skills, support education through partnerships with faculty and staff, and promote spiritual growth through collaboration with the Chaplain’s Office.
About the Committee
SLACK consists of 12 student members who serve on the committee and plan events each week for the campus community under the advisement and assistance of the Director of Student Life. These events can be on-campus, off-campus, international or commuter programs and Intramural Sports. Being on SLACK is a paid position.
If you have a suggestion or idea for SLACK, e-mail SLACK@KING.EDU. If you are interested in being a part of SLACK, or just want to know more about what activities are open to you, talk to one of the SLACK staff or swing by the SLACK office and talk with the Director of Student Life in Maclellan Hall 34.