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

Visit Campus

Personal Visit

Experience a glimpse into life at King's with a 2.5 hour visit Monday-Friday. The visit will include a private campus tour given by an Admission Ambassador, a shuttle tour of the area lead by an Admission Ambassador, as well as an Admission & Financial Aid information session. The tour will allow you to view a classroom, academic buildings, the library, a residence hall room, the Sheehy-Farmer Campus Center, as well as the McGrane Gymnasium. We are available on select Saturdays as well.


Legacy Open House

The purpose of the Legacy Program Open house held on Saturday, February 26, 2022 from 9am to 1pm is to recognize our alumni, their children, and grandchildren for making a King’s College education part of their family tradition. The program helps assists our Legacy Families, as very important members of the King’s College community, to see the College and how it continues to educate both the hearts and minds of students in communities of hope.  We also want Legacy Families to see how they can stay in touch with the College and with other Legacies through continued generational support of King’s College.

The Program at King’s will include:

  • Campus tours for prospective students.
  • Campus tours for alumni to see how campus has moved forward in innovative educational methods, state of the art facilities, and services to assist in their students Crowning Achievement, a degree from King’s College.
  • Alumni Mass for alumni, students, and guests to attend while on campus.
  • Special events held for alumni to welcome them to campus.
  • Financial Aid sessions to learn how you can make King’s College an affordable option.
  • Major and Program presentations to learn about academic programs available for students at King’s.
  • Application instant decision sessions to assist you in joining the Class of 2026.


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 Eastern Standard Time (EST). Select "ROTC" on the appointment form.

Virtual Events

Winter Virtual Open House

Find out how King's College transforms minds and hearts with zeal in communities of hope. Please consider joining us for our Virtual Open House event for high school seniors on Saturday, January 22 from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST).

You will be able to choose from the following virtual sessions:

  • Faculty run academic information
  • Campus Tour Videos
  • Admission Ambassador chats
  • Student Services
  • Admission & Financial Aid information
  • Athletics

Sign up and attend the Virtual Open House event to find out why Monarchs chose King’s!


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.


Virtual Visit Videos:

Accepted Student Events

Monarch for a Day

There is no better way to experience King’s College than to visit us for Monarch for A Day. During this event, you’ll participate in a class, engage with professors and students in your major, participate in workshops, student panels, and career counseling to give you the opportunity to see how remarkable King’s College really is and see if we are the right fit for you! After an afternoon immersed in our campus, you will enjoy lunch in King’s Court with faculty and Admissions staff to answer any questions you may have. Reservations are required for this event, and they tend to fill quickly, so make your plans and act soon. We look forward to showing our admitted students all that King’s College has to offer! 

Life Science Day- Tuesday, February 8

Areas of interest are: Biochemistry/Molecular Biology, Biology, Clinical Lab Science/Med Tech, Environmental Science, General Science, Neuroscience, Nursing, Physician Assistant, Pre-Health, Athletic Training, and Exercise Science.

Human Sciences & Liberal Arts Day- Friday, February 11

Areas of interest are: Criminal Justice, Economics, Education, English (Literature/Professional Writing), French, History, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, Theatre, Theology, The Deciding Program (Undeclared) and Mass Communications.

Physicial Science Day- Thursday, March 17

Areas of interest are: Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Math, and Physics.

McGowan School of Business & Computer Information Systems Day- Friday, March 25

Areas of interest are: Management (Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Health Care, International Business, & Human Resources), Accounting, Marketing, and Computer Information Systems.

Regional Receptions

King's College is coming to a city near you. These regional receptions are designed for high school seniors who have been accepted to King’s College for the fall of 2022. You will find out why a King’s College education is transformative as well as have the opportunity to meet members of the King’s community. King’s students, parents, and alumni will be present to offer their perspective on the value of a King’s College education. Light refreshments will be served. Use the links below for more details and to register.