The minute you visit King’s, you’ll know you belong.
You’ll find a warm, welcoming community, a walkable campus, small classrooms and loads of people interested in who you are and what you can do. If you’re looking for a home away from home and lessons that will last a lifetime, chances are you’ll fit right in without getting lost in the crowd.
Make the most of your visit by planning ahead.
When you schedule your visit in advance, our admission and financial aid representatives conduct a personal information session to discuss your interests, answer your questions and introduce you to the Monarch difference. Student volunteers offer an in-depth campus tour to help you see the school not as a visitor, but as a student.
You’re welcome to plan an overnight visit, experience college-for-a-day or attend one of our many open houses. If you don’t think you can make it to our neighborhood, check the admissions calendar to see when we plan to visit yours.
To schedule a campus visit, just go here.
WHY KING'S from the incoming Class of 2020
“When I stepped foot on this campus, I was overwhelmed with the feeling of home. I chose King's because of community, leadership, higher education and dedicated staff. King's strives to see their students succeed, and it feels that they will never turn away from a student that needs help.” –Talia Johnson ’20, Nazareth, PA (Psychology)
"I chose King's because I knew that I wanted to stay local while having the opportunity to attend a great school. I felt the tight knit and welcoming atmosphere."- John Macri '20, Mountain Top, PA (Physician Assistant)
"Every other college I visited told me I was crazy to double major, but King's welcomed the idea of diversification. King's is small, the people are personable and I felt at home on campus."- Taylor Rudy '20, Enola, PA (Criminal Justice)
"I chose King's because of the AACSB accredited Business program, the helpful staff and campus."- Ali Teel '20, Montrose, PA (Human Resources Mgmt)
"I chose King's because of the amazing Physician Assistant program, the location, and the small class size."- Jennifer Fleissner '20, (Cranford, NJ) Physician Assistant)