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I want the traditional college experience.

King's traditional undergraduate program provides students an opportunity to receive a one-of-a-kind academic experience. Enjoy our vibrant student life atmosphere while earning a world-class education in a place that feels like home in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. 

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I value the convenience of evening classes.

King's Adult and Graduate Studies (AGS) programs offer busy professionals and graduate students the opportunity to earn a quality degree through convenient class schedules. The educational experience you want without compromising your personal or professional life. 


I value the flexibility of fully online courses.

King’s online program offerings provide the same academic excellence that's offered on campus while also providing a flexible format for you to study when and where it’s right for you. Advance your career without having to sacrifice important work and life commitments.

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I am a high school student wanting to take dual enrollment credit.

The Dual Enrollment program provides high school students with an opportunity to take college-level courses before they graduate. Available to students from public, private and home school environments, courses are offered on campus and/or online. Credits earned may be applied toward a degree at King or transferred to another college or university.  

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I want to take a class for credit, but do not intend   to pursue a degree. 

Enhance your understanding of the world around us! The non-degree seeking status is designed for those who wish to take a course but do not plan to pursue a degree through King University. The following pathways are included in the non-degree seeking status: Acadeum, Lifelong Learning, and Bristol Youth Leadership.  

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I always knew I was going to go to college, but I never thought I’d grow this much as a person.
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- Madelynn Alyea

Class of 2021