The King’s experience spills into every aspect of life on and off campus. You’ll be part of a small and extraordinary living and learning academic community in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
You can study renowned interdisciplinary programs in the humanities and journalism. You’ll have a unique home where students, faculty, alumni and staff try to bring greater understanding, creativity, and compassion to the world.
Unlike other institutions, King’s doesn’t separate subjects into disciplines. Instead, your unique interdisciplinary focus looks at the ways these subjects interact and overlap. Here, you get a higher education built on an immersive way of learning.
Residence is more than just a convenient place to live. It immerses you in the King’s experience: a true living and learning community. Most King’s students live in residence in their first year and enrol in the Foundation Year Program (FYP). Residence life is structured around FYP, encouraging you to think about and discuss the ideas from the texts you’re reading with classmates and friends. Learning doesn’t just happen in the classroom. Like you, the president, the Dean of Students, and residence staff called dons all live on campus too. We live, learn and work together in an academic community. Dining services in Prince Hall is committed not only to providing you with great meal options for a variety of dietary needs, but also to being a core part of the vibrant and bustling King’s community.
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University life isn’t just about books. King’s has a diverse selection of clubs, societies and organizations for you to join and enjoy. Check this website below for some you can join:
King’s students have access to Dalhousie’s on-campus Student Health & Wellness Centre. Some of the services they provide include medical exams and consultations, prescriptions, mental health care, LGBTQ2SIA+ health, Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) testing and referrals to specialist care.
Full-time King’s students are automatically enrolled in the King’s students union’s health and dental plans. If you already have comparable coverage, you can opt out of one or both plans. Part-time students can opt in. Read more about the health plan.
King's is affiliated with Dalhousie University through the joint Dalhousie/King's College of Arts and Science. Most King's students take many of the courses at Dalhousie and King's Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees are granted by Dalhousie at a King's ceremony. At the same ceremony, King's also grants degrees to graduates of its one-year post-baccalaureate Bachelor of Journalism and four-year undergraduate Bachelor of Journalism (honours) degrees, as well as granting, jointly with Dalhousie, combined honours arts and science degrees to students in King's Contemporary Studies, Early Modern Studies, and History of Science and Technology programs.
A campus tour is a great way to experience life at King’s! You will have the opportunity to meet a current student, talk to an admissions expert, and explore the campus.
For the spring and summer months, campus tours will be held Monday to Friday from 10-11:30 a.m. and 2-3:30 p.m.
Modified on July 08, 2022