Teachers needing to complete Act 48 requirements for professional development will find expanded courses at King’s College in early 2015. Likewise, teachers looking for additional certifications will find coursework towards Autism Spectrum Disorder and Instructional Coaching Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) endorsements as well as an English as a Second Language (ESL) Program Specialist Certification.  The college has expanded these offerings to meet the requests of local educators. Courses are offered in a blended format, accelerated weekends, and traditional weekly courses.

November 5, 2014 - Student members of the King's College Sports Medicine Society, along with members of the department's faculty, recently took part in the 13th annual “Trick-or-Canning” food drive.

Approximately 30 members of the group collected non-perishable food items from neighborhoods in Kingston and Mountain Top.  The group collected more than 1,200 items that will be donated to the St. Vincent DePaul Kitchen in Wilkes-Barre.

King’s College is a Catholic College Sponsored by the Congregation of Holy Cross.

October 31, 2014 – King’s College will host several events this fall offering prospective students the opportunity to learn more about King’s College. The primary focus of these programs is to inform and update students and their families on the benefits of pursuing a King’s College education.  

October 30, 2014 - Forty Four King’s College students recently travelled to the nation’s capital to participate in the sixth annual Career Day sponsored by the King’s Washington, D.C., Area Alumni Club (KWAC).

The two-day event began with an opening reception.  Twenty Washington-area King’s graduates, ranging from the class of 1950 through the class of 2012, hosted the students in their homes that evening. 

October 29, 2014 – Dr. Brian Mangan, director of the Environmental Program and professor of environmental science and biology at King’s College, has received a $63,800 research grant from PA Sea Grant to expand his study of crayfish in the Susquehanna River and to develop a reliable method for measuring crayfish density in large streams and rivers.

Along with colleagues from Boston University, Bucknell University, and Susquehanna University, Mangan will investigate the diet of crayfish in the river and, in particular, that of the invasive rusty crayfish.