Campus Resources and Services at King's
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Facilities helps you with building issues in residence (leaky taps) or the university (building maintenance.)
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IT helps if you have difficulty accessing one of the university's services. Computer broken? IT will take a look at it. Need to print something? You can print from the library, computer labs, or your own laptop (click on "Student Print Services" in the quick-links at the top of kingsu.ca)
Join the ambassadors! It's an awesome opportunity to meet prospective King's students and promote the school. Watch the board outside of the Admissions office for applications or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Our campus newspaper needs writers, contributors, and photographers. Ballyhoo is King's creative art journal that takes submissions of art, poetry, short stories, and photos. You'll receive small stipends and publicity of your craft. You could win a prize!
Part-time jobs from September to April for full-time students. View available positions and application deadlines, or contact Meredith Holmes.
Explore exclusive job opportunities from our community partners for current students and alumni.
Consider giving your time! There are many great ways to get involved with community groups, charities, and missions.
Learn about daily activities for commuter students in the tower lounge.
Where do I go if I feel depressed, overwhelmed, or need someone to talk to? Professional counselling services are available and free of charge.
Student Life offers a restorative justice process for mediation and conflict resolution between students.
A blue elephant in someone's office means it's a safe space to talk about mental health issues. A rainbow triangle is a safe space for gender and sexual orientation conversations.
The Wellness Room is a place to refresh, relax, and access Peer Support.
Need a little help with academic writing or course work? We offer tutoring.
Students' Association (SA)
The SA represents all students. It organizes social events, financially supports clubs and supports, and runs The Level Coffeehouse.
The SA runs various clubs from knitting, to social justice, enjoying the outdoors, and more. The SA also oversees a number of student supports such as SPEAK, Black Students Union, and Refresh Worship night.
The Level Coffee House is King's coffee shop. We're open M-F: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Student Health and Dental coverage is available through the Students' Association.
Your campus textbook and merchandise destination. The bookstore is right beside the front entrance.
Building and campus services hours of operation.
Computer labs are available for drop-in student use during normal building hours provided it has not been booked. Some labs require key-card access using your King's student ID.
Assignments can be handed in at the front desk during regular building hours. The date and time is stamped on it by the receptionist or security person.
Have an important paper due? Whether you need academic resources, access to journals, printing, or just a quiet place to study, the library has your scholarly needs covered.
Pick any locker on campus without a lock on it, scan the QR code to check its availability. If it's free, follow the prompts to register it.
Accessible by using your King's ID card or fob. Check with King's Athletics department if you wish to use the gym.
Chapel is held every Wednesday at 11 a.m. in the Atrium.
857 is a student-led worship night every Wednesday at 8:57 p.m.
King's Eagles have a ton of events throughout the year. Watch a game and cheer them on!
Campus Rec offers casual sports competitions to keep you healthy while being casual and fun. Contact the Athletics and Recreation coordinator for more information.
For tuition and fees, log in to your Online Services or visit the Registration and Student Finance Office. Check our scholarships and financial aid pages for more information on financing your education.
Yes! Student parking is in the east part of the back parking lot. A plug-in parking pass is $100 per semester, and you can buy it at the Registry.
Routes near King's are 80, 84, 85, 86, and 306. You can buy bus passes at the Bookstore.
Bike racks and lockers are near the front entrance.