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Mission to the Maasai

The Strang’s love for Africa and the Maasai people of East Africa has been embraced by two King alumni – Chase (’08) and Audrey Moore Arndt (’11). More

Here am I. Send me. Alumna Volunteers in West Africa at Ebola Treatment Center

Brianna Burkins never dreamed she would one day be a nurse. Little did she know that she would one day volunteer to travel to an Ebola ravaged country in West Africa to help those in need.More

Call For Volunteers

Randy and Nancy Cook are shining examples of dedicated King alumni. The Cooks are both eager to see more alumni participating in volunteer efforts at King.More

King University Announces Spring 2015 President's and Dean's Lists

King University is pleased to announce students in traditional and professional studies undergraduate programs who received academic honors for the SPRING 2015 semester.

Nashville Sounds Baseball Game Site of June 16 King University Alumni Gathering

King University alumni are invited to reconnect on Tuesday, June 16 beginning at 6 p.m. for food and fun at the Nashville Sounds baseball game in Nashville, Tenn., at the First Tennessee Park Stadium.More

Twin Tornado Take Wrestling by Storm

King’s women’s wrestling team not only has increased the fan base for the sport by winning two back-to-back national championships but also has a unique pair of wrestlers unlike others currently competing.More

Dobyns-Bennett Students Get Hooked on Fly Fishing King Style

Many people are hooked on fly fishing. Now, students at Dobyns-Bennett High School (D-B) in Kingsport, Tenn., are among those intrigued with the popular sport.More

Dover Centre in Cool Springs Site for King University Career Fair June 12

The Dover Centre in the Cool Springs area of Franklin, Tenn., is the site for the upcoming King University Career Fair. The event will take place on Friday, June 12.More

King University Alumni Hiking Event set for Roan Mountain, TN June 13-14

King University alumni will continue hiking the Appalachian Trail on the fourth alumni hike of 2015. On June 13-14, alumni are invited to enjoy a two-day, 13.5-mile hike from Carvers Gap to Hwy 19-E, in Roan Mountain, Tenn.More

Registration Now Open for King’s 25th Annual King Scholar Summer Academy

King University will host its annual King Scholar Summer Academy June 15 – 19. This marks the 25th year for the popular week-long summer camp.More

Registration Open for 2015 King University Golf Tournament

On Monday, June 8, 2015, King University will host its 2015 Golf Tournament at the Country Club of Bristol, in Bristol, Tenn. The event will get underway with check in at 8 a.m. and a 9 a.m. shotgun start.More

Students Gain Early “Access” to King University May 29

Students planning to start class at King University this fall will have the opportunity to take an early look at campus life during Access King on Friday, May 29, 2015.More

King wins first Conference Carolinas Messick Award

For the first time since joining Conference Carolinas before the 2011-12 season, King University has won the Conference Carolinas Messick Sportsmanship Award.

New King University Study Examines the Economic Implications of an Aging Southwest Virginia Population

The King Institute for Regional Economic Studies has released a new study, KIRES Report No. 13, “Demographics of an Aging Southwest Virginia: Implications for the Regional Economy."More

King University Celebrates Spring Commencement

The air was filled with the sound of bagpipes on Saturday, May 2, 2015 as graduates gathered with family and friends as well as King faculty, staff, alumni, trustees, and students to celebrate King University’s Spring 2015...More

King University School of Nursing Holds Pinning Ceremonies in Bristol and Knoxville

King University nursing students and faculty gathered together for the School of Nursing’s traditional Nurses Pinning ceremonies on Tuesday, April 28 in Knoxville at the Ball Camp Baptist Church, and on Thursday, April 30 at...More

King Senior Erin Graybeal presents Research at Southeastern Commission for the Study of Religion Conference

King University senior Erin Graybeal recently presented “Teaching a Judeo-Christian Worldview to a Diverse Student Population” at the Southeastern Commission for the Study of Religion Conference.More

King Music Dept. to Host Summer Choral Arts Camp; Registration due by May 13

The Music Department at King University is pleased to announce the 2015 Summer Choral Arts Camp for rising students grades four through twelve. More

King University Students Honored for Accomplishments and Service

King University held its annual honors convocation on Monday, April 20 to honor students for their academic and athletic accomplishments as well as their commitment to community service. More

King University Commencement Set for May 2

Anticipation is building as King University’s Spring 2015 Commencement ceremony nears. King will celebrate Spring Commencement exercises on Saturday, May 2, at 10 a.m. on the Oval.More


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