Programs and Offices
Academic Skills Center
The Center provides opportunity for all students to enhance active learning and develop study strategies through tutoring and learning strategy instruction sessions. Part of this mission includes serving students with a diverse array of disabilities in academic and personal development. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or browse the Academic Skills Center website here.
Achievement Plus: This program serves academically and financially disadvantaged qualified student populations with support to help remove academic, social, emotional, and economic barriers while allowing students to focus on successfully completing their education. Email email@example.com or browse the Achievement Plus website here.
Campus Ministry includes trained professionals who are available to be of assistance to any student, staff, or faculty member regardless of religious affiliation or spiritual background. Any member of the team can be contacted by email or by stopping by the Office of Campus Ministry. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or browse the Campus Ministry website here.
The Center supports students’ overall emotional and mental health and well-being in a welcoming environment. They provide individual counseling, group therapy, psychoeducational workshops, and outreach and are committed to practicing with inclusivity, cultural competence, and cultural humility. Staff are Safe Space trained and strive to provide trauma informed care. Email Counselingcenterstaff@kings.edu or browse the Counseling Center website here.
First Generation Monarchs
This group helps students become the first in their family to earn a four-year degree by ensuring equitable practices that eliminate barriers to first-generation students’ success. Opportunities include mentoring, soft-skill development, honors membership, networking, leadership growth, and more. Email email@example.com or browse the First Generation Monarchs website here.
International Student Services
The office provides international students with advising, immigration services, advocacy, outreach, and engagement throughout the College while promoting intercultural understanding. firstname.lastname@example.org Email email@example.com or browse the International Student Services website here.
McGowan Hispanic Outreach Program
This office educates, informs, supports, and serves Hispanic students and families through strategic programs and services that build strong relationships. The office builds awareness of barriers that can hinder academic success and advocates for access and opportunities that propel the Hispanic student population forward. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or browse the Hispanic Outreach Program website here.
The Office of Multicultural and International Student Programs
From the fun and educational diversity programs, trainings, and events; cultural trips; and opportunities to grow for all students to non-academic advising and encouragement for our minority students, M.I.S.P is a community for learning and championing the inherent dignity of every person. Email email@example.com or browse the MISP website here.
Office of Study Abroad
Study abroad opportunities are available to students of all majors and years of study. Students can choose from a variety of programs based on interests, time commitment, and cost, all while practicing intercultural skills, making new friends, and building a resume. Financial aid and scholarships may be available. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or browse the Study Abroad website here.
SMART (Student Mentoring, Achievement, and Resiliency Teams): This program matches first-year and new transfer students with a peer mentor—a King’s sophomore, junior, or senior—to create a small group of students for weekly conversations about adjusting to life at King’s, balancing school and other commitments, attaining mental health and wellness, and more. Each SMART Team is overseen by a faculty or staff mentor as well. Apply to the SMART program here.
Student Groups and Clubs
King’s College has a wide variety of student clubs and organizations on campus that can be joined at any time. Those with missions around diversity, equity, and inclusion are included below. Students who wish to form a new organization or club can email Campus Activities at email@example.com or submit an online request.
- Black Student Union (BSU)
- Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)
- La Raza Association (LRA)
- Multicultural International Club (M.I.C)
- South Asian Student Association (SASA)
- Student Government Diversity and Inclusion Committee