United States, Tennessee

A Presbyterian-affiliated doctoral-level comprehensive university founded in 1867 that has provided its students with a combination of academics along with exploring faith for more than 150 years. King University provides a variety of contemporary undergraduate programs under the liberal arts foundation offering students to emerge as responsible faithful and thoughtful citizens of the world. The university aims to become a preeminent small to a medium-sized Christian university in the upper south - a school which is well reputed and serious about the Christian commitment that focuses on student’s success based on academic excellence.

Campus Life

Life at King's for students is a closed-knit community that resides on 135 scenic acres in Bristol, Tennessee. King University has a dynamic community with a 13:1 student-faculty ratio that ensures the success and learning environment. Students at King also receive financial aid during their enrolment. The university has 28 varsity teams that engage students in healthy NCAA division II competitions and Conference Carolinas, while 90+ areas of study help students to attain their desired success goals. The various student clubs and organizations help students pursue their interests outside of academics as well.

Noted Alumni

The strong alumni network at King University helps the current students by volunteering and giving back to the community binding the past with the present. Some of the notable alumni are Katherine Paterson - author of Bridge to Terabithia and other children novels, Patricia Cornwell - bestselling author and William R. Laird, III - United States Senator from West Virginia among others.