Explore your opportunities here
There are so many amazing ways to explore your interests, connect with people and enrich your university experience. TKUSA works closely with student life and other campus groups to collaborate and ensure our students have lots of great opportunities to get involved.
Clubs & Student Groups
TKUSA supports a wide variety of clubs and student groups on campus. Whether you are looking to make new friends, connect with students from your faculty, give back to the community or share in a favourite past-time, joining a club is a great way to enhance your experience at university. With almost 20 active clubs and Student Groups, there is almost something for everyone.
There are so many fun things happening on campus. Check out our keystone events or look through the calendar to learn more about what is happening on campus.
Do you have a vision for our community and a passion to serve your fellow students? TKUSA runs two elections a year. Our General Council elections run at the end of September for our four Director positions. First-year students are encouraged to run. Our Executive Board elections run toward the end of March each year for the following year. Contact our Executive Director to learn more about how you can make a difference at King’s.
The Student Navigator Program is part of First Year Experience. Student Navigators are current students who mentor new students to become an integral part of The King’s University community. Each new student is assigned a Student Navigator who is available to answer general questions and/or refer to resources to support first year students in their transition into the King’s.
The King’s Ambassadors are current students who are excited about the chance to share their King’s experience with campus visitors. They actively engage in on-campus recruitment events as story-tellers, hosts, and informative peers. Students selected to participate understand the importance of education and proudly represent The King’s University to the wider community.
King’s Indigenous Student Program runs cultural awareness events, collaborates with elders in the community, and plans events for celebration and commemoration around Reconciliation Week each September. The Indigenous Student Program also maintains an Indigenous student room on campus.
Weekly and monthly events are hosted through the Intercultural Programs Office, as well as special events around the city. Some of these events include cultural lunches, small groups, and hangout times. Special events are hosted to share and learn about each other’s cultures.
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