Designed to complement your academic experience, residence provides a safe and supportive environment that encourages your personal success and growth. More >>


The Athletics Department holds the philosophy that athletics enhance the entire university experience by providing opportunities for physical development and personal enjoyment. More >>


In any given year, the King's Students' Union may sponsor more than 50 societies. The activities of the societies are as varied as the interests and talents that students bring to them. More >>


Tucked into the corner of the quad, the chapel houses both a warm and inviting community as well as the beautiful, captivating music of the chapel choir. More >>


By "integrated" experience, we really mean it. At King's, students will find extracurricular activites that represent a blending of the academic and the social. More >>

Life on Campus

There is no limit to the creativity of a King's student and our diverse, kaleidoscopic campus life is proof.

It's impossible to miss out on campus life at King's. Walk through any door and you'll land in the middle of it: a dress rehearsal in the Pit, a wine and cheese party in a common room, a game of pool or foosball in the Wardroom, a budding photographer at work in the darkroom, or the choir singing in the chapel. Walk out any door and you'll land in the centre of the quad, a space that invites you to curl up under a tree as you tackle the next day's reading, or to pull out your guitar (clarinet, accordion, bagpipes—we welcome it all) and jam with a few friends. 
Beyond the tight-rope walkers, tree climbers and bocce ball players that pepper the quad spontaneously, King's also has a campus life is rooted in traditional events and a myriad of student-run groups and initiatives. From an ever-growing roster of societies to a thriving music community and an enthusiastic and dedicated athletics department, everything is in place for King's students to bring their passion and energy to the extracurricular side of their education.




December 2, 2015

Exam Period Study Space

Alexandra Hall (King’s) Manning Room The Manning Room in Alex Hall is open for quiet study 24…

July 20, 2015

Library Closed July 21st through 24th

The King's College Library will be closed to the public from Tuesday, 21st July through Friday,…

May 11, 2015

Encaenia 2015 Live Stream details

King’s is pleased to announce it will live stream its 2015 Encaenia ceremony on The…


February 10, 2016

"Extra-FYP" Lecture Series - "Revolutions in Music: Beethoven and the Art of Listening"

Revolutions in Music: Beethoven and the Art of Listening Extra-FYP Lecture by Dr. Angus Johnston, Inglis…

March 2, 2016

"Extra-FYP" Lecture Series - "Revolutions in Music: Wagner and the Art of Willing"

Revolutions in Music: Wagner and the Art of Willing Extra-FYP Lecture by Dr. Neil Robertson, Associate…

March 23, 2016

"Extra-FYP" Lecture Series - "Heidegger's 'Question Concerning Technology'"