Commonly called King’s College or King’s, King’s University College is a Roman Catholic college of liberal arts. The co-educational institute was formed to offer education in liberal arts to all-male seminary. Established in 1954, the college was earlier called the College of Christ the King. The first class was held in 1955 with 46 men. The college received official certification from the University of Western Ontario to become a university and its name was changed to King’s College. The name of the university was changed in 2012 to become King’s University College.
The university college is the largest certified college of the University of Western Ontario. It is home to more than 3500 full- and part-time students coming from 35 different countries. The university college has around 97 faculty members with 6 full-time faculties. The average size of the class is 42 with a student to faculty ratio of 22:1. The college offers a wide range of programmes. It provides education facilities in areas including Arts, Childhood and Social Institutions, Social Science, Management and Organizational Studies, Social Justice and Peace Studies. Also, the institution provides a graduation programme in social work. Other than this, it offers Master of Theological Studies and Master of Divinity degrees through its affiliation with St. Peter’s Seminary.
The university maintains an association with CultureWorks ESL to provide ‘English as a Second Language’ programme. It grants entry to all those students who successfully clear the CultureWorks programme. The institute has various organisations and clubs to help students in pursuing their talent. It maintains three student unions, namely the Students’ Council, the Social Work Students’ Association Council, and the King’s Residence Council. The student council works for the welfare of the students while social work council works for the students enrolled in the professional degree programmes offered through the School of Social Work.
The college has an Alumni Association that works to create a network between the current and graduated students. There are a number of successful people who were once the students of the university. Some of the known alumni include Vince Agro (Ex-Mayor of Hamilton, Ontario), Sandy Annunziata (Grey Cup-winning football player), Peter Fragiskatos (Member of Parliament), Anne Marie Owens (National Post Newspaper’s Editor) and Ed Struzik (Michener prize-winning journalist and novelist).
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