Welcome to King’s College. We are excited to have you join the King’s family and become a Monarch!
In order to best prepare you for your first semester, King’s College offers our first-year students an opportunity to participate in our Becoming a Monarch Orientation Program. This is a two-part program comprised of Summer Orientation and Fall Orientation.
- Becoming a Monarch: Summer Orientation - (Available dates)
July 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, or 17, 2019
(Required for all domestic first-year students)
(International Students Click here)
- Becoming a Monarch: Fall Orientation
August 22 – 25, 2019
(Required for all first-year students)
Becoming A Monarch- Orientation Booklet: You will receive an Orientation Welcome Booklet and letter 7-10 days after your deposit is received and processed by the Office of Admission. The letter will include information you will need to access the orientation portal.
Prior to Summer Orientation: Prior to scheduling and attending your Summer Orientation Session, you are REQUIRED to access The Orientation Portal to complete your placement testing, student questionnaire, and other necessary forms. The Orientation Portal is also where you schedule your Summer Orientation Session and access your King’s E-mail for the first time.
Becoming a Monarch: Summer Orientation is a one-day program designed to help first-year students and their families with the transition from high school to King’s College. During this one-day program, you will meet with an academic advisor, receive your class schedule, and attend other important sessions that will help in your transition to college. Parents are welcome to attend.
Becoming a Monarch: Fall Orientation is the second part of our orientation program. The program is designed as a way for you to become better acquainted with life on campus as well as introduce you to staff, faculty, administrators, and fellow students that make up the King’s College community. The King's First Year Experience begins with resident move-in and commuter check-in for all first-year students on August 22, 2019