January Open House

This event will be a great opportunity for you to learn more about our academic programs, the enrollment process and timeline, financial aid, campus life, community service, and the career planning process.  Lunch, campus tours, and meetings with faculty and athletic representatives will be available throughout the day.  Campus tours and presentations start as early as 8:30 am. Opening remarks begin at 10:00 am. The day concludes at 2:00 pm. 

Saturday, January 18th 



Campus Overnight Program

This program, led by Admission staff, will allow students to immerse themselves into the King’s College community:  Stay overnight in one of our residence halls with a current student. Your overnight host will be there to greet you and help you with your overnight materials, as well as, provide you with a quick campus tour with relation to where your classes will be held the following day before you settle in. Attend an on and off campus event that evening. The next day, attend two lecture classes related to your prospective major, and most importantly learn more about what King’s College has to offer. The program concludes the following day with lunch (parents are welcome) in our all you can eat cafeteria, King’s Court. 

Register by clicking the date of your choice: 

January 19th - January 20th (Sunday-Monday) Martin Luther King Weekend

February 10th - February 11th (Monday-Tuesday) All majors*

February 16th - 17th (Sunday- Monday) President’s Day Weekend

April 5th - 6th (Sunday – Monday) Accepted Student Day

*By registering for the overnight, Life Science majors will automatically be attending the Life Science Monarch for Day program.


Monarch for a Day

An opportunity for seniors in high school to shadow a class specific to their major of interest at King’s College. The day will begin with an admission presentation followed by the opportunity to immerse yourself in the classroom environment. A great way to meet your possible future professors, advisors, friends, and mentors while also learning about the resources pivotal to your future success as a Monarch. Information acquired will include financial aid, residence life, academic skills, and career planning.  Finally, enjoy lunch in King’s Court and finish your day with a campus/academic tour.

Register by clicking the date of your choice: 

February 11th (Tuesday)- Life Science Majors

  • Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Biology, General Science, Neuroscience, Nursing & Physician Assistant

February 14th (Friday)- Human Sciences/Bachelor of Arts Majors 

  • Criminal Justice, Economics, Education, English- Lit./Prof. Writing, French, History, Law, Mass Communications, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, Theatre Arts & Theology

March 11th (Wednesday)- William G. McGowan School of Business Majors

  • Management (Business Admin., Entrepreneurship, Finance, Healthcare, Human Resources, International Business), Accounting, Marketing & Computer Information Systems

March 19th (Thursday)- Physical Science Majors

  • Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Chemistry, Clinical Lab Science, Computer Science, Engineering, Environmental Science/Studies, Mathematics & Physics


Accepted Student Receptions

Connect with us near home. These regional receptions are designed for high school seniors who have been accepted to King's College for the fall of 2020. You will find out why a King’s College education is transformative as well as 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. 

Learn more and register by clicking the reception of your choice: 

Northern New Jersey- Sunday, March 1 

Long Island, New York- Sunday, March 1

Southern New Jersey- Tuesday, March 3

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania- Wednesday, March 4

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania- Tuesday, March 10


Personal Visit

A great way to learn about the King's College community is to schedule a personal visit. Student led campus tours will help you experience classrooms, residence halls, dining facilities, the campus center and athletic facilities. While here, you will have a personal discussion with an Admission counselor. You may also have the opportunity to take one of our unique shuttle tours of the area, meet with a coach, or member of our faculty. Financial Aid will be exclusively available via Personal Visit on the following Saturdays: February 1 & 8

If you are interested in undergraduate programs:


If you are interested in graduate programs:


For more information please call 1-888- KINGS PA or email admissions@kings.edu.

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