King's College is hosting a variety of ways to learn about Admission & Financial Aid while making safety a priority.

We are following the updated guidelines issued on Monday, March 1, 2021 by our state governor. To read the details, use this link.



Personal Visit

Experience a glimpse into life at King's with a 90 minute visit Monday-Friday. Visits on Saturdays are available as well. The Saturdays in May are dedicated to our Accepted Students. The visit will include a private campus tour given by an Admission Ambassador, as well as an Admission & Financial Aid information session. The tour will allow you to view a classroom, a Residence Hall Room, the Sheehy-Farmer Campus Center, as well as the McGrane Gymnasium. Read the precautions and register here.


KC Friday

KC Friday is held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 25, July 9, July 16, July 23, July 30, August 6 and August 13. KC Friday is perfect for students wanting something smaller than the traditional open house. It is a great event for high school students just starting their college search journey. You will learn about the admission, financial aid, and career development process. Your visit will also include a campus tour, an opportunity to meet with faculty members, current students, and admission personnel. To go lunches will be available. Click Here To Register for KC Friday.


Virtual Visit 

In signing up for a virtual visit you will receive a link via your preferred email to speak with an Admission Counselor, face to face.  During your virtual visit call, you can speak to the Counselor about such topics as: Financial Aid, Academic Major, Campus Life, Athletics & Next Steps. We hope this option meets your expectations under this unique circumstance. Thank you in advance for adjusting. We look forward to meeting you and being helpful in your journey to higher education especially in regard to King’s College. Sign up for a virtual visit here.

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ROTC Information Session 

Meet with the King’s College Army ROTC department's Enrollment Officer, Bill Ramsey GS, and discuss the leadership and scholarship opportunities offered by Army ROTC as well as future service and employment as a United States Army Officer. Army ROTC offers 2-5 year full tuition and fees scholarships to qualified high school students to attend college and train to serve as future Army Officers.  The scholarships are currently open to any major offered at King’s. Rising seniors in high school may apply here: Scholarship Application 

A session will cover:

  • The national and local academic scholarship process.
  • Time commitments both during and after college.
  • The academic and military training available to King’s College students.

ROTC sessions are available Monday, Wednesday or Friday from 10:00am-2:00pm. Select "ROTC" on the APPOINTMENT FORM.