Programs and Events

The commuter program at King's offers bible study, community breakfast and dinners and more, drop-in coffee and more.

Helping King's commuter students thrive is the purpose of the commuter program. The programs and events are designed to give students the opportunity to make connections and build friendships with one another.

The commuter program looks forward to getting to know students at any of our regular events.

Drop-in Bible study

Led by campus minister, Tim Wood.
Join residence students and CPA Micha Poworoznik, as students learn and grow together.

Time: Monday at noon
Location: Oak Room

Wednesday chill commuter supper
Want to try out a new recipe on your friends? Cook and eat on campus together every Wednesday with
CPAs Suwadhini Pathmanathan and Zayal Sirdar.

Time: Wednesday at 5 p.m.
Location: 6:01 in the Tower Residence 

Last day lounge
Join CPA Dominic Wong for Friday treats and chats.

Time: Noon
Location: 6:01 in the tower residence 

Meet and greet breakfast
A free commuter meet and greet breakfast takes place on the first Wednesday of each month. Come to the North Academic Building and connect with fellow commuters.

Time: the first Wednesday of every month from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m.
Location: The North Academic Building

Events
As well as the regular programs listed above, the commuter program also runs monthly events:

  • Coffee drop-ins
  • Sock and warm clothes drives for those who are homeless
  • Pie day
  • Chocolate Fountain Mingle

6:01 lounge
6:01 is a community lounge space located in the tower residence. It is equipped with a full kitchen, dinning space, fire place, and comfortable seating. The lounge is often booked by student leaders to house a variety of commuter programs.

How do you access 6:01?
To access any of the scheduled programs, use the phone located to the left of the tower entrance and call 8886. Any of the student life staff can let you in.

6:01 is not an open space, but is used for events and programs.