The King's University Students' Association (TKUSA) represents student voices and enhances the student experience. Elected student executives foster communication and culture by way of programs and services, events, advocacy, inclusion, good governance, and the development of relationships within the student body, university, and the external community.
University shouldn’t be all work and no play! TKUSA coordinates campus clubs and supports the work of faculty associations to help enrich the student experience. Everyone has an opportunity to start a club.
Currently, there are two faculty associations operating on campus for the education faculty (EDSA) and the Leder Business School (LBA), as well as student support groups like SPEAK and the King’s Black Students' Union.
TKUSA holds a wide variety of events throughout the school year. From holiday events to Battle of the Bands to laid back Thursday Nights at The Level, there's something for everyone to enjoy.
Health Care Plan
When you register as a full-time student, you are automatically enrolled in our Health Care Plan that is managed through TKUSA. Health insurance can be a bit complicated, but TKUSA has all the resources to make it simple and walk you through the process.
Already have healthcare coverage under a separate plan? Not to worry, unlike many student healthcare plans, it's quick and easy to opt-out if you already have coverage.
Level Coffee House
The Level Coffee House is the on-campus coffee shop at The King's University run by TKUSA. Nestled in the far corner of campus, The Level Coffee House provides a cozy atmosphere to grab a hot beverage and chat with a friend or curl up with the reading for a class. Through the "Talk is Cheap" program, students have the opportunity to meet with their professors over free coffee.
The Level is open Monday–Friday: 8:30 A.M. - 4:00 P.M.