King's Campus

The University of King’s College, Canada’s oldest chartered university, is a tightly-knit and extraordinarily lively academic community located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. It is known nationally and internationally for its interdisciplinary programmes in the humanities and journalism. More V

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First Year Registration

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Experience King's

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King's Kids Day Camps

Day camps at King's for children grades primary to 6.

Congratulations Class of 2016

Encaenia video and photo galleries are now available

Sarah Burns, recipient of a 2016 Rhodes Scholarship

Sarah Burns Awarded Rhodes Scholarship

Celebrating the 30th Rhodes Scholar in King's history








Latest News


Student with a Dalcard
DalCard is your official university identification card. You will need it in order to access the dining hall, use library services, pay for printing and use
Humanities for Young People (HYP) is hosting “Questions of Community: A Public Symposium on the Humanities,” featuring George Elliott Clarke, on
King’s Carnegie Professor Dr. Ronald Huebert has been given the Lifetime Achievement award by the Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies (CSRS). Dr.
Dr. George Cooper
June 30 marked the final day of Dr. George Cooper’s term as President and Vice-Chancellor of King’s. He has presided over a period of remarkable
We are delighted that you have chosen FYP and are sure that you will find the year both intense and engaging! As you begin to prepare for the upcoming academic
Journalist Corbett Hancey (BJ '11)
Journalist Corbett Hancey (BJ ‘11) has received the Gordon Sinclair Foundation Roving Reporter Bursary for 2016. The award, valued at $15,000, supports a

Upcoming Events


September 4, 2016 - 10:00am
September 22, 2016 - 5:00pm - 7:00pm
October 20, 2016 (All day)




The questions are still open for us as we strive to understand these great texts. We need the students' help.”

—Dr. Angus Johnston, Inglis Professor, FYP