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Future Centre for Excellence in the Sciences
A new facility and an expansion of science labs and programming will create a leading centre for education, research, and collaboration in the natural, social, and health sciences programs at King’s.
Huge windows, big open spaces, and groups of comfy couches make this lounge an inspiring, comfortable space to get work done, meet up with friends between classes-–or take a quick nap. Make sure to grab a quick beverage from The Level Coffee Cart!
Business Internship Coordinator
Practical experience is essential to understanding the world of business. It also helps in securing future employment. King's Business Internship Coordinator, Susan Martin, works to connect business students with real-world job placements.
Visit the cozy home of King's student newspaper, The Chronicle. Interested in writing or contributing to the Chronicle? We're always open to your content.
Theater Style Lecture Rooms
From History and English classes, to seminars, special presentations, guest speakers and more, larger lecture facilities such as this one are scattered throughout campus to facilitate a modern university learning environment.
Visit the Student's Association office to learn more about student advocacy, events planning, health and dental benefits, clubs, and more.
The Workout Centre is packed with well-maintained fitness equipment. New equipment is added every year. Perfect for athletes and non-athletes alike, this room has all the makings for a great workout or casual jog to elevate your heart rate.
Whether it's about selecting a program, applying, scholarships and student finance, or about university in general, our admissions team is always happy to help! Stop by the office to chat with us.
(C - 105)
Registry and Student Finance Office
Want to know the best way to finance your education with scholarships? Need help with student loan applications? Stop by for expert advice with these and more!
(C - 110)
Behind heavy velvet drapes the planning, prep, and production of each performance is carefully orchestrated and choreographed before being unveiled to a waiting audience. It's a great rehearsal space that can also be converted into an intimate venue for smaller performances.
Unlike large universities, you'll never wait long in line at King's Bookstore. This quaint, packed shop has all your textbook, school supply, merch, and gift-ware needs covered.
Our wide, open-concept cafeteria makes space for you and your friends to enjoy fresh food--whether it's breakfast, lunch, or supper! Variety and local ingredients are key for our kitchen.
The stage is set, the lights have dimmed, and the audience is waiting. The drama theatre has seen many a sold-out show as our students transport audiences into the theatrical.
Packed to the brim with racks of hand-sewn clothes and bins of apparel just waiting for an actor or actress to bring them to life, this room holds plenty of nick-nacks and do-dads to create the perfect costume for any role.
Behind any great set is a lot of hard work and sweat. The workshop is where creative and handy students construct imaginary worlds. If that doesn't sound like you, fear not! King's offers a set-design course to teach even the least tool-inclined to build like pros.
Dutch Holy Bible (1718)
The Gerry Seggar Heritage Collection is home to one of the oldest Dutch Bibles in Canada. The volume was published in 1719 in Amsterdam.
Durk and Janny DeJong Organ
The Durk and Janny DeJong pipe organ sits proudly in Knoppers Hall and produces deep, rich tones at the hands of King's musicians.
Eagles Legacy Hall
Walk this hallway for a glimpse into King's athletic past. View team photos and awards honouring Eagles athletes throughout King's history.
Elementary Education Classroom
Where student-teachers learn how to ignite young minds. This playful space provides hands-on resources for learning teaching exercises and developing techniques that can be used in a classroom.
Fine Arts Studio
Unleash your creativity onto canvas, paper, sculptures, and more. A row of windows lets in gentle, natural light to work from. See our previous student exhibits!
Use atlases, weather charts, barometers, anemometers and more. Pack a field kit and clipboard for off site data collection and take your results to one of King's state-of-the-art computer labs for analysis and interpretation.
Gerry Segger Heritage Collection (Archives)
King's library houses historical materials related to the Dutch Canadian experience such as letters, postcards diaries, photographs, rare Dutch and German books, and other primary source material. The archives includes a cozy reading room and a temperature/humidity-controlled vault.
Glenn Gould Piano
The King's University is home to a treasured Glenn Gould piano! While every piano has a special sound to it, this Yamaha grand piano stands apart from the rest. It's incredibly responsive to the touch and emits a very clear, transparent tones. Come hear it in concert for yourself!
Breathe a little easier! King's green wall showcases a vibrant pop of fresh greenery and acts as a natural air filter. The green wall was a grad gift started by the graduating class of 2016 and funded by students, alumni, and the King’s community.
Go Eagles! Make sure to mark home games in your calendar and see our men's and women's Eagles Athletics teams compete in the ACAC.
Students from outside Canada can look forward to supports and programming designed just for them! It can be hard living far away from home or adjusting to life in a new country. That's why we're here to help. Learn more about International Student Services today.
An intimate performance space with superb acoustics, Knoppers Hall comes equipped with LED ambient lighting, spotlights, and warm house lights. It houses a Yamaha nine-foot concert grand piano, large pipe organ, and harpsichord and hosts professional musicians from across North America each year.
Level Coffee House
Grab a hot drink to keep you company while you study! Chat with friends or finish a reading assignment before class. Our baristas keep an array of delicious hot and cold drinks with seasonal favourites.
With over 85,000 volumes and banks of computers to do research, the Simona Maaskant Library is the beating academic heart of campus. Grab your laptop or assignment and let the natural daylight or hushed glow of night from the wall of windows inspire you to focus and be creative.
The nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) instruments in this room help students and researchers visualize and interact with the molecular world and are used in student and faculty research projects.
Office of Disability and Accommodation
Do you or someone you know have a diagnosed learning impediment? By getting in touch with our Disability and Accommodation Office you can access the supports you need to thrive as a student. If you haven't visited before, it's recommended that you contact the Accessibility Office just before dropping in to ensure a productive visit.
Official Seal of The King's University
Designed by Evelyn Martin, The King's University seal is a symbol of Christian research, scholarship, and instruction, and is framed by distinguishing features of the Alberta landscape. This representation of the seal is used only for the most important institutional ceremonies and hangs in the front entryway when not in use.
Organic Chemistry Labs
Design and create molecules, and explore element properties and re-activities. Perform titrations, distillations, extractions and other common lab techniques to better understand the chemical processes of God's universe.
Gather friends for an evening fire, a picnic lunch, or join Student Life for a larger event roasting s'mores! Get outdoors and relax with food and friends.
Physical Chemistry Labs
By using King's physical chemistry lab, you will learn to blend principles of physics and chemistry as you test, predict, and understand chemical behaviours that reveal otherwise hidden elements in molecules.
These intimate practice suites equipped with their own piano. They're bright, private, and sound resistant. You can book them in advance for one off practice sessions or as part of a regular schedule.
(F-103, F-104, F-105, F-110, F-11)
A quiet room on campus for prayer, devotion, and reflection. Great for close discussion with friends about faith or personal time. To book it in advance, contact King's campus pastor Tim Wood.
Private Group Study Spaces
Need dedicated quiet space for a group project? The library has several large tables and private cubicles to help you get the job done.
Home to the Eagles soccer team, this lowered pitch measures 100 by 65 yards and is known to be one of the nicest soccer fields in the ACAC. Come out during the fall and cheer on our Eagles!
Nestled against the back of the library are plenty of individual study carrels. These spaces are perfect for focused homework time, the essay procrastinator, or exam prep on a short time budget. It's peace and quiet like nowhere else on campus.
Truth and Reconciliation Garden
This bench and garden was commemorated in August of 2015 by Commissioner Chief Littlechild as a reminder of the commitments King's has made towards reconciliation.
Need help with university-level writing or wondering how you can develop effective and clear paragraphs? Drop in and visit the writing centre where you can receive professional paper writing advise from instructors happy to help.
Future Academic Enrichment Centre
King’s is planning to renovate existing space on campus including a portion of the library and adjoining classrooms. The newly renovated centre, strategically located at the core of campus, will provide much needed space for offices, meeting rooms, student mentor meeting spaces, reception, and spaces for studying.
Molecular Biology Research Laboratory
The machines in this room are primarily used to separate fluids and gases based on density. By spinning at incredibly rapid rates, heavier materials are forced to the outside of the chamber.
Ensemble Practice Studio
If you are interested in taking any music courses while at King's, you will have opportunities to join choral and instrumental ensembles. Perfect your arrangements in private suites such as this one before performing on stage.
Zebra Fish Research Room
This darkened room is used to safely house zebra fish throughout the year--model organisms for investigating the genetic aspects of vertebrae development. The room has no windows and glows with a soft blue light.
Located on the top of the southeast corner of the science wing, this sunny campus location is great for cultivating plant life under controlled conditions.
The Apartments allow you to live on campus but with a little more independence. Learn more about King's Apartment Residence.
King's biology laboratories use modern industry-standard lab equipment where students explore the origin, growth, and structure of living matter.
(S-204, S-209, S-201)
Centre for Visualization in Science
Nestled among Faculty Offices is one of King's best kept secrets. The King's Centre for Visualization in Science has been the birthplace for many advanced scientific models and interactive tools that help the curious, but often non-scientific, public understand complex phenomenon.
Study tree samples, plant species and the intricacies of the natural world using advanced microscopes and other specialized equipment
Education Practicum Coordinator
Practicum placements are available to each student in King's Education program. Practicum Coordinator Lynnell Prediger carefully matches each student with a mentor teacher on an individualized basis.
Environmental Studies Internship Coordinator
Practicum placements are available for each student in King's Environmental Studies program. The Environmental Studies Internship Coordinator, Nancy Burford, works with each student to find a practicum in a field related to their interests.
Have a question or concern? Not sure what to make of a recent lecture or want to chat about something you found interesting in class? Head up any time! Our faculty love chatting with students. It's one of the many things that makes King's great.
(A-201 to A-236)
King's Science Society
Visit the King's Science Society (KSS) office to learn how you can get involved in King's student-led science club! KSS organizes guest presentations and fantastic mixers and events throughout the year.
Comfy couches and high ceilings make the mezzanine a great place for music and science students to do some last minute prep before an ensemble performance or group presentation.
Prairie Centre for Christian Education
Housed at The King's University, the Prairie Centre for Christian Education is a very fitting tenant. It's goal is to provide leadership and support to Christian educational communities in the Canadian prairie region.
Did you know that part of King's power consumption is generated through a massive solar array on top of King's library? That percentage is only going to rise in future years. Learn more about great campus sustainability initiatives at King's.
Secondary Education Room
Complete with all the trappings of a modern Alberta high school classroom, student-teachers in King's Education program use this specialized facility to develop classroom management techniques, lesson delivery, curriculum development, learning theories and applications, teaching methods and more.
It might not look like much but this large, friendly, and acoustically superior space is great for voice practice and refining your vocal abilities. With space for fellow choristers, instructors, and accompanists, you will learn to sing with intention, emotion, and precision.
The Alpha Series
This series of eight large acrylic-on-panel paintings represents the creation story found in Genesis 1; 2:1-2. It was painted by Winnipeg artist Gerald Folkerts and was donated to King's at the opening and dedication of the current campus in 1993.