About Edmonton's Christian University

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The King's University is a Canadian Christian university located in Edmonton, Alberta. The university serves students and communities across Alberta, Western Canada, and internationally.

King's is a place where professors and staff believe the world can be studied best when we acknowledge that it was created by and belongs to God. Come to campus and you'll see friendly, welcoming faces. We do our best to reflect the love and grace of Jesus Christ to all students.

Refined liberal arts programs expose students to new ideas and interconnected disciplines. Programs are taught by world-class and national award-winning professors and prepare students well for future careers and graduate programs. King's boasts of a 94% student post graduation employment rate!

The university receives top rankings and national recognition for student-faculty engagement, a supportive campus, and quality of teaching. All bachelor, diploma, and certificate programs are nationally recognized and fully accredited by the Government of Alberta, Universities Canada, and numerous other organizations, institutions, and professional organizations.

King's acknowledges that it's campus is located on Treaty Six territory, the traditional home of many Indigenous peoples.

Fast Facts

Established
1979 as The King’s College
1993 as The King’s University College
2015 as The King’s University

Student Population
910

Average Class Size
22

Student Financial Support Available Each Year
$660,000

Number of Alumni
+5000

Research and Scholarship
160+ academic submissions in 2019-2020

Number of Programs
24

Number of Courses
650+

Number of Churches that Support King's Each Year
200+

Founding Denomination
Christian Reformed Church