Academic Affairs • 423.652.4737
Admissions • 423.652.4861 • email@example.com
Alumni • 423.652.4864 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Office • 423-652-4156 • email@example.com
Career Success Center • 423.652.4865 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Chaplain • 423-652-4708 • email@example.com
Counseling Center • 423.652.4742 • CounselingCenter@king.edu
Disability Services • 423.652.4303
Financial Aid • 423.652.4725 • firstname.lastname@example.org
IT Help Desk • 423.652.6019 • email@example.com
Libraries • 423.652.4716 • firstname.lastname@example.org
President's Office • 423.652.4784 • email@example.com
Security • 423.652.4333 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Affairs • 423.652.4740
Weather & Emergency Information • 423.652.6446
There's nothing like living on campus. You'll stay close to the action! Better than
that, though, are the friendships you'll make, the diverse cultural and geographical
backgrounds you'll learn about, and the sense of belonging you'll feel as a member of a tight-knit college community. Here is some additional
information about what it is like to live in the King University Residence Halls.
You have a good idea that your room will be your home away from home. It will be where
you sleep, get ready in the mornings and study. But, you are probably wondering, "What
is life in the residence halls really like?"There is not a single answer because everyone
has a different experience. You can count on being surrounded by a group of people
who will share some of the best times of your college experience. You'll find that
it is the friendships you make, the people you meet, and the unexpected "adventures"
is what makes living in the residence halls so much fun.Here are some of the experiences
you have to look forward to when you live in a residence hall:
You may live off-campus if:
The Commuter Applications are all now on-line and can be filled out through your Student
Note: If you will be living with your Parents or are applying for Residential Exemption,
you must submit the appropriate documentation for our request separately to the Residence
Life Office or Student Affairs Office.
Living with Parents:Students who live with their parents or legal guardian and are under 21 years of
age must submit a notarized copy of the Verification of Living with Parents form. This form must include a copy of the current driver’s license of the parent
or legal guardian with whom the student will reside as well as a daytime telephone
number where the parent or guardian can be reached. The license number and/or the
Social Security number from the license may be omitted from the copy of the parent’s
current driver’s license.
Residential Exemption: A statement of your reasons for Residential Exemption need. Full documentation (Financial
information, doctor’s notes, etc.) to support your application.Studets requesting
an exemption for Financial Hardship must fill out and submit the Financial Hardship Application along with full documentation to support your request.
Please Note: Residential Exemption approvals are VERY rare, and are only granted in extreme situations or emergencies. Please click here to read the full Commuter Policy including updates to the policy as of 8/1/2015.