HOURS: Monday - Friday, 8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
PHONE: 1-888-KINGS-PA or 570-208-5858
E-MAIL: admissions@kings.edu

Michelle Landon
Director of Undergraduate Admission

I work with all students interested in King's College.

I think King’s is special because our caring community is felt on campus and beyond.

Eric Grego
Associate Director of Admission and Transfers

I work with students from: Luzerne County, PA, and Transfer Students.

I think King’s is special because you can make friends and connections that will last a lifetime.

Shawn Loyack
Associate Director of Admission

I work with students from: Lackawanna County, PA, the Lehigh Valley, Schuylkill County, and the Pocono Region.

The coal altar located in the chapel is dedicated to my grandfather. One of the many reasons King's College is special to me!

Kristin O’Callaghan
Regional Admission Counselor

I work with students from: Long Island, NYC and the New England States, including Connecticut.

I think King’s is special because it feels like a family. Everyone is friendly, helpful and kind!

Alexandria Smolenak
Admission Counselor

I work with students from: Western and Central Pennsylvania as well as MD, VA, DE, and the District of Columbia.

King's is special because it is more than just a college. At King's, you gain relationships, experiences, and resources that will have a lasting impact.

Mariah Curtis
Admission Counselor

I work with students from: Northern and central NJ as well as Crestwood and Wyoming Area High Schools.

King's is special because no matter if you are connecting with admissions, our professors, staff, or our students, our focus is on providing you with the most fulfilling college experience.

Michelle Tlatenchi
Admission Counselor

I work with students from: New York and all other U.S. States. I am also fluent in Spanish.

I think King’s is special because of the resources available to succeed and the diversity on campus.

Mimi Murphy
Administrative Assistant to the Office of Admission

I think King’s is special because I met my husband when I was a freshman at King’s.