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Don't forget to sign up for #KingUniversity's Winter Sports Reunion, which will take place on Saturday, Feb. 4 in the Student Center Complex on the main campus in Bristol, Tenn. Tornado student athletes in men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s wrestling, and cheer will be honored. Everyone is invited to attend. Details at http://ow.ly/VvS2308bLlZ.
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#DogwoodWeekend at #KingUniversity is just around the corner. Register is now open. You won't want to miss the exciting events planned for Dogwood and the King's 150th anniversary. Big announcement coming soon. http://ow.ly/ZXjC3087kpG.
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Make plans to attend the Senior Photography Show, “New York City Travel & Fashion," by #KingUniversity senior Samantha Taylor Jan. 19 in Maclellan Hall. Details at http://ow.ly/ZpOX307Yt0s.
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Sign up today for #KingUniversity's Winter Sports Reunion on Feb. 4. Former #Tornado student-athletes in men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s wrestling, and cheer will be honored. http://ow.ly/SoT3307YgMs
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Make plans to attend the lectures by Julia M. Robinson, Professor of African-American Religion on Jan. 16 & 17! http://ow.ly/DPfm307VZEK
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That makes four in a row for the King University Women's Wrestling at the NWCA National Duals! #KingPride #FourPeat www.kingtornado.com
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Congratulations to #KingUniversity alumna Tammy Albright on being named president of Takoma Regional Hospital. Her new position will be official once the Wellmont Health System acquisition becomes final. http://ow.ly/ngj930888hJ
Takoma Regional Hospital Chief Nursing Officer Tammy Albright will become president of the hospital once a pending acquisition by Wellmont Health System becomes final.
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Thanks to the Johnson City Press for this article on #KingUniversity Men's Soccer volunteering at the Habitat for Humanity on MLK Jr. Day http://ow.ly/xaoz30863XJ
At a church in Montgomery, Alabama in 1957, civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. said, ”Life's most persistent and urgent question is, 'What are you doing for others?’”
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Students interested in #KingUniversity can get a First Look during the Feb. 4 Open House and Performing & Visual Arts (PVA) Audition Day at King's main campus in Bristol, Tenn. Register today! Details at http://ow.ly/zAuN30855ll.
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Congrats to #KingUniversity alumna Alli Ragan. She won a sivler medal at the World Championships in Budapest Hungary http://ow.ly/hW9i307WK2v
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Congrats to #KingUniversity alumna Amanda Butterworth on being named to the Greater Knoxville Business Journal's 10th 40 Under 40 class. http://ow.ly/xo1q307TVvq
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#FlashbackFriday at #KingUniversity on this day 2011; King is always beautiful, but it's truly an amazing sight when it's covered by #snow.
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"All of my previous college credit transferred into King’s program."
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Fabiola Godinez
4 months ago
If I could give it half star I would. Most staff here don't do their job like they supposed too, only a very few. They always leave everything until the last minute, and do not seem to care about the students. For example my fiancé was not registered for class until two days before class. Then he called the VA representative to certify him, and she said it was already done. After talking to the VA directly that turned out to be a lie. He wasn't certified until he called her again the day classes started. Of course with how back logged the VA is this is a problem. Then a class change had to be made due to credits that were finally transferred from Walter state, and his support specialist dropped the old class and when on vacation before adding the new class. This made him a part time student which cause his financial aid to be witheld, and he ended up paying for class out of pocket. My fiancé is a veteran paying for school out of pocket because of the sheer laziness of the king staff. No issues like this ever arose while at Walter state, and that's sad that a community college far outshines a "university". Never attend King especially if you are a military service member!
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logan gilley
11 months ago
Unlike other people I also applied for admission to the Information Technology program during spring semester of 2016, but I had a very good experience with the admissions, registrar, and financial aid offices. They were very diligent in returning emails and notifying me on the steps I needed to take to get admitted before the class registration deadline. Due to my circumstances I was put on a conditional acceptance for my first semester at King.This was due to my grades from previous college years were nothing to be desired. Even though my admission was conditional ( which I am doing very good and looking forward to summer classes) I would not have been admitted if it wasn't for the staff at King University who worked with me to help forward my education.
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nikki zarnoch
a year ago
King University has a great online psychology program. King is a great choice for someone seeking a flexible schedule and program that can be completed relatively faster than most programs. The online psychology program is an accelerated program that you take each course in five weeks instead of overcoming multiple courses at one time. This allows students to maintain their busy schedules and keep up with the course work. The psychology program is designed with courses related to the field, and keep you motivated to learn more. When I started King I knew I had to take a few extra elective courses to graduate, and King University had a wide selection of courses. One of the electives I found valuable was the communications course I never thought would be of interest to me, but it proved me wrong by teaching me a lot about editing and marketing. My bachelor’s degree will be completed this coming December, and with the great communication between the faculty and staff at King I am fully prepared to graduate feeling exceptionally accomplished
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Teufel Hunden
a year ago
I looked into King University for their Cyber Security degree and submitted an application and requested transcripts. I did not realize when I applied how unhelpful and disrespectful the staff is, specifically Olivia Leas and Rebecca Nesbitt in the admissions office. Olivia Leas outright lied to me about requirements and Rebecca Nesbitt was intent on making the process as difficult as possible to get enrolled by the January start date. I ended up withdrawing my application and locating the President of the University's email address so I could tell him what I think about his lackadaisical staff. The only quality person working at King is David Ferriss, who was very helpful.
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Kristen Kerwin
a year ago
I am thrilled that I discovered King University's online communication program! King University offers affordable degrees, not only in business, but also in more specific programs, such as communication. I am a busy professional already working in the communication field; a flexible, accelerated learning program like King University's is a perfect fit. King University transferred nearly all the credits from my former college tenure towards my degree. A communication degree from this accredited college will further advance my occupational opportunity for growth. The admission staff at King University was very helpful in guiding me through the transfer process. I was even assigned a personal success coach to ensure I am on the right track. Through the quality professors at King University, I have gained knowledge applicable to the every day workings of the communication field and have been able to apply them professionally. I highly recommend King University's online communication degree program.
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Melanie Davis Porter
a year ago
Miserable in a dead end job, I needed hope. With 2 years of college credit but no degree, potential job employers eliminate my resume immediately. I found hope in King University. Enrolling in the online Communication program is the best decision I have made in years. All of my previous college credit transferred into King’s program. I did not lose a single credit which is unheard of when transferring schools. Tuition costs are competitive and affordable. The online format is convenient and works well with my demanding job. The professors are first-rate educators, and the work is challenging as well as rewarding. In addition, King’s academic accreditation is sound and highly respected. Going back to school at 50 years old was very frightening to me; however, King University’s professors and support staff has made this transition in my life a wonderful experience. I now have hope for my future, and if you choose King University, you will too.
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Karissa Cornett
a year ago
King University offers a positive online learning experience for adult learners. Students that partake in King’s completely online communication program become accustomed to caring professors, meeting deadlines, and acquiring personal growth that will benefit them in their future endeavors. At most universities you are nothing more than a number, but King University is different. My professors acknowledge my wellbeing not only on an academic level, but also on a personal level. If my grades do not display my usual efforts, then my professors take the time to ask if I need a further explanation of the material. Overall, my professors have greatly contributed to my positive experience at King University. King’s online COMM program displays the entire course schedule the first day of class. This benefits nontraditional students, like myself, because this allows us to plan my homework around our busy schedules. In the communication program, students will become accustomed to personal growth. The learning material can easily be applied to students’ personal and professional lives. I encourage all students to apply to King University. College is far too expensive to be a number.
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Mary K
a year ago
Worst college I have been to in my entire life. I have studied in different countries and different colleges but this is the worst experience I have had. If you are going for your FNP program try somewhere else. Mona Salyer the director of recruitment is superb. Initially I was on top of the world believing I took the right decision to go to a Christian College. I was shocked to realize that most of the faculty except for Professor Terry and Mr Ryan Bernard is two faced, I will always be grateful to Professor Terry and Mr Ryan Bernard for looking beyond my skin color and country of birth."Evil" is protected by King College. Complaints of targeting and bullying were swept under the carpet and no action taken against the faculty member. Even if I made A's and B's one of the faculty members made life so toxic that I was forced to withdraw. Spoke to many students who said they too were targeted and bullied by the same faculty member.Knowledge deficit is compensated by arrogance.Faculty that need to be teaching English teaches medicine.Joined the institute only because it was supposed to be a christian college (2 Peter 2:1-3 ) and the experience has opened my eyes to the hypocrisy of christian colleges. Do not go there for a christian experience for you will be disappointed. I still have nightmares of my experiences. Only if you want a substandard education and be scarred go there. Go to the best liberal institute even if it is costlier and you will not regret your decision. Christian in America may not mean following Christ but their own gods.
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