We are the only Christian liberal arts college in New York City. With nine majors built upon a rigorous core of courses in politics, philosophy, and economics, The King’s College aims to prepare graduates to think lucidly about the social and political issues that confront them today.
Our faculty teach from a worldview rooted in the Bible and informed by the Christian and classical intellectual traditions. As a campus, we practice key facets of Christian life together and provide mentoring and support through the network of student-led communities we call the House System. Our student body—around 600 undergraduates—works, studies, and lives in New York City. King’s seeks hard-working, ambitious students who want to make a difference in the world.
The King's College - New York Rankings
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The King's College - New York Reviews
Your house at King's can have a huge effect on the experience of freshmen, especially with underage drinking. I have had many friends who almost left King's because they have a stringent house advisor, especially in the House of Lewis.
I also wish that the new Career Development director was more involved with students. If you are not aggressively willing to work towards the career you want, the Career Development Department might not be of much use.
However, the academics are great. The campus housing itself is above average. I think the student body itself is really unique and special, and the staff and faculty care about the students and mission of the college a lot! I love the school, and would not have been satisfied anywhere else even with the problems with Student Development.