TKC Alumni

Official page for alumni of the The King's College and Northeastern Bible College.

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Help us finish at Harvard & take the next step, organized by Benjamin White 12/15/2023

Dear Alumni of The King’s College:

Please consider donating to help former King’s New Testament professor, Ben White, and his family.

Help us finish at Harvard & take the next step, organized by Benjamin White Hello, my name is Benjamin White. I worked at The King's College for th… Benjamin White needs your support for Help us finish at Harvard & take the next step

03/13/2023

"Christians can't be salt and light in a culture where they are absent." - Dr. Anthony Bradley

A Christian liberal arts education equips King’s students to see behind the trends in culture and serve as salt and light in a culture that yearns for truth and wisdom. We believe that The King's College is a college worth fighting for. Help us continue to fulfill our mission in New York City.

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TKC Letters Project 02/22/2023

As we continue to push towards our $2.6 million goal, we wanted to tell you about the TKC Letters Project, a student-led initiative to share stories of how The King's College has worked in and through the lives of its students and alumni.

Looking for a way to help the College during this time, three King's students, Matthew Peterson ('26), Aidan Ableson ('25), and Eli Johnson ('26), joined together to collect stories from their fellow students and previous graduates in order to share them through a website that they built over the weekend. Since launching, they have collected over 50 student and alumni stories so far and hope to get to 200 by the end of the week.

Read the stories: https://hubs.la/Q01D22n60

We need your help to ensure that we can continue to equip this talented generation of young people eager to use their gifts to serve God. Donate here: https://hubs.la/Q01D23250

TKC Letters Project The TKC Letters Project is a collection of the unique stories of individuals who have been impacted by their time as a student at The King's College in New York City.

Photos from TKC Alumni's post 02/17/2023

We believe in the need for Christ-centered colleges and universities that go beyond building careers, but shape the souls of the next generation. This is our mission.

But, we need your help.

Like many colleges, we experienced enrollment and funding declines over the past several years. In spite of significantly reducing our expenses, renegotiating our lease, and streamlining our operations, we now face an immediate and urgent need to raise $2.6 million to finish our semester well and while we are making encouraging progress, we still have a ways to go.

Right now, we need the help of alumni, friends of the school, and extended family to continue our mission and serve our students who are so close to graduating.

Please pray for God’s provision for our community and consider making a donation today.

Donate: https://hubs.la/Q01CNSsv0

Thank You from The King's College | 2022 12/30/2022

Thank you for standing with The King’s College through the opportunities and achievements of the past year! Your support in 2022 reflects the love of God to us, and we are so grateful.

Please enjoy this video featuring Student Body President Mattie Winburn and Vice President for Student Development David Leedy, which recaps some of the things you made possible this year.

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Watch: https://hubs.la/Q01wJ1by0

Thank You from The King's College | 2022 Your support makes pursuing the mission of King's possible. Thank you for your generosity in 2022. We pray you have a joyful and blessed new year!

11/28/2022

Your gift enables the next generation to bring the light of Christ to every sphere of society.

A generous donor is matching all donations made to The King’s College for Giving Tuesday, up to $25,000! Your support of the College makes achieving our mission possible.

Now through , your gift will be doubled.

Give today & double your impact: https://hubs.la/Q01tlgcM0

11/12/2022

We are so thankful to be a part of such a loving community. The active love displayed in quiet, but groundbreaking ways continues to change lives.

We celebrated Homecoming 2022: Active Love on November 4th and want to share a few more stories of active love that we gathered from King's faculty, students, and staff.

To our community, we love you.

The King's College Homecoming Reception 2022 - NYC 10/18/2022

The King's College invites you to Homecoming 2022, Nov. 4th 2022 in New York City!

This year's Homecoming theme is Active Love. We want to welcome you to New York City for an evening of hospitality, encouragement, and reunion by sharing your stories of how you have exemplified God’s commandment to “love thy neighbor.” We hope to see you on campus this November!

Register here:

The King's College Homecoming Reception 2022 - NYC The King’s College cordially invites you to Homecoming in NYC on Friday, November 4th from 6pm-9pm.

The King's College Fall Retreat 2022: Refinement 10/05/2022

The King’s College community recently traveled to Camp Tecumseh in Pittstown, NJ for our annual fall retreat. Students, faculty, and staff appreciated the break from their regular routines and the opportunity to fellowship together, enjoy the beautiful scenery, and grow in their walk with the Lord.

Watch a video recap of the weekend below!

The King's College Fall Retreat 2022: Refinement The King’s College community recently traveled to Camp Tecumseh in Pittstown, NJ for our annual fall retreat. Students, faculty, and staff appreciated the br...

Interim President Stockwell Day's Convocation Address - The King's College 09/20/2022

Interim President Stockwell Day addressed the students, faculty, and staff during the annual Convocation, held at St. George’s Episcopal Church on Wednesday, August 31st.

Read the full address below:

Interim President Stockwell Day's Convocation Address - The King's College Interim President Stockwell Day encouraged the King's students, faculty, and staff to "dare to be wise."

Alumni Class Notes for June 2022 - The King's College 06/27/2022

Adolfo Carrion Jr. (‘85) is the new head of the Housing Preservation Department in New York City; Elle Rogers (‘19) named one of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute's 2022 "Top 20 Under 30" alumni.”

Read more alumni notes below:
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Alumni Class Notes for June 2022 - The King's College Adolfo Carrion Jr. (‘85) is the new head of the Housing Preservation Department in New York City; Elle Rogers (‘19) named one of the Intercollegiate Studies Institute's 2022 "Top 20 Under 30" alumni.”

Timeline photos 03/24/2022

Every year, the Alumni Association confers awards on alumni of The King’s College or of Northeastern Bible College for various areas of vocational distinction. Four awards will be handed out: Alumnus of the Year, Stan Oakes Award, Charles W Anderson Award, and Distinguished Service Award.

Join us this year for the 2022 Alumni Awards Ceremony, taking place this Sunday, March 27th at 5:00pm ET on Zoom.

Read more about the winners: https://hubs.la/Q016HQP90
Join us for the ceremony: https://hubs.la/Q016HVHM0

Alumni Class Notes for December 2021 - The King's College 12/16/2021

Dr. Jay Mancini (’71) received 2021 Career Achievement Award from Kansas State University’s College of Health and Human Sciences; Danny Leiva (’09) and his wife, Brittany, welcomed son Kai Ladislao Leiva; Mark Alan (’17) founded a publishing company with two other King's alumni, Abigail Jennings and Jesse Owen.

Read more class notes below!

Alumni Class Notes for December 2021 - The King's College Dr. Jay Mancini (’71) received 2021 Career Achievement Award from Kansas State University’s College of Health and Human Sciences; Danny Leiva (’09) and his wife, Brittany, welcomed son Kai Ladislao Leiva; Mark Alan (’17) founded a publishing company with two other King's alumni, Abigail Jenn...

Alumni Class Notes for November 2021 - The King's College 11/18/2021

Notices of two passings of alumni family members and a wedding announcement: Jonathan Schwab (PPE ’13) married Virginia (“Ginny”) Lippincott on October 16.

Read more class notes below.

Alumni Class Notes for November 2021 - The King's College Notices of two passings of alumni family members and a wedding announcement: Jonathan Schwab (PPE ’13) married Virginia (“Ginny”) Lippincott on October 16.

11/05/2021
TKC/NBC Homecoming Program 11/02/2021

Last chance to register for Homecoming 2021: Decision!

During the virtual program on November 6, you will hear alumni interviews exploring ideas around risk, agency, and choice, and how to operate within the circumstances and boundaries given to us. We will also speak about how we chose this as the theme for this year's alumni magazine, Emblem.

Our keynote speaker is Dr. Joshua Kinlaw, Assistant Professor of History and Humanities, who has taught at The King’s College since 2015. Kinlaw’s keynote will specifically address the history and importance of the liberal arts.

Register here for the virtual program: https://hubs.la/H0-t4RZ0

TKC/NBC Homecoming Program The Saturday portion of Homecoming includes current student panel, faculty breakout sessions, alumni highlights, campus reunions, and update

TKC/NBC Homecoming Program 10/28/2021

What exactly do we mean by that this year's Homecoming theme, “Decision: Will and Action Towards the Good."?

As alumni of The King’s College and Northeastern Bible College, we all have something in common: a decision as young people about what college we would attend. How did that decision shape the years that followed? And how do we want to engage with our fellow alumni today?

During the virtual program on November 6, you will hear a few alumni interviews exploring ideas around risk, agency, and choice, and how to operate within the circumstances and boundaries given to us. This year's keynote speaker is Dr. Joshua Kinlaw, Assistant Professor of History and Humanities. Dr. Kinlaw’s keynote will specifically address the history and importance of the liberal arts.

Register below for the virtual program.

https://hubs.la/H0-fP8x0

TKC/NBC Homecoming Program The Saturday portion of Homecoming includes current student panel, faculty breakout sessions, alumni highlights, campus reunions, and update

Timeline photos 10/24/2021

Fall in New York is bringing changing leaves and brisk weather. During this chilly season, experience the warmth and togetherness of the King’s community at Homecoming 2021: Decision.

The theme of Decision invites each of us to explore our original decision to attend The King’s College and Northeastern Bible College and to consider opportunities we have today to invest in one another as alumni. One of the opportunities we’ll discuss is a forthcoming community portal via Graduway, a leader in alumni networking.

Check out registration information and the full schedule below. If you’ve already registered, will you consider inviting a classmate to join in too?

Alumni Class Notes for October 2021 - The King's College 10/22/2021

A ministry update from Andrew Mazzella (’80), Tricia Thomas (Elementary Education ’80) shares her work with the National Christian Choir, and notes on alumni who have recently passed away.
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Alumni Class Notes for October 2021 - The King's College A ministry update from Andrew Mazzella (’80), Tricia Thomas (Elementary Education ’80) shares her upcoming concerts with the National Christian Choir, and notes on alumni who have recently passed away.

Homecoming 2021: Decision - The King's College 10/14/2021

Join us in-person and online for Homecoming 2021: Decision!

Friday evening we will host in-person receptions across the country in 12 different metropolitan areas. Deadline to sign up for these events is October 27th!

Saturday will be a virtual program through Zoom, and an opportunity to connect with current students and faculty, hear from the Alumni Executive Committee and President Tim Gibson, keynote speaker Dr. Joshua Kinlaw, and time to reunite with classmates from your campus!

Get more info and register here: https://hubs.ly/H0Zqq_S0

Homecoming 2021: Decision - The King's College We’re excited to bring you and your family Homecoming right in your community as well as in a virtual Saturday program.

Homecoming 2021: Decision - The King's College 10/12/2021

Alumni, have you signed up for Homecoming yet? Registration is free. We can't wait to spend time with you over Zoom or at one of twelve in-person receptions at cities across the United States!

Homecoming 2021: Decision - The King's College We’re excited to bring you and your family Homecoming right in your community as well as in a virtual Saturday program.

Alumni Class Notes for July 2021 - The King's College 08/09/2021

Alumni Class Notes for July: An informal alumni gathering in Sandy Cove, Md.; Phil Hopkins (’95) completes a book chapter on Armenians in Turkey; Trevor Baier (’14) admitted to the Harvard Business Analytics Program; Anastassia Gliadkovskaya (’18) becomes staff writer at Fierce Healthcare. https://hubs.la/H0TXy260

Alumni Class Notes for July 2021 - The King's College An informal alumni gathering in Sandy Cove, Md.; Phil Hopkins (’95) completes a book chapter on Armenians in Turkey; Trevor Baier (’14) admitted to the Harvard Business Analytics Program; Anastassia Gliadkovskaya (’18) becomes staff writer at Fierce Healthcare.

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History of The King’s College

In 1938 in Belmar, New Jersey, Dr. Percy Crawford founded The King’s College to provide a challenging liberal arts education; a deep, meaningful understanding of biblical faith; and to prepare students to take their education and understanding into the world and its strategic institutions.

The King’s College stands firmly rooted in the great tradition of the animating ideals of Western Civilization, and yet fully engaged in the debates regarding the future of our society. For 80 years, the College has produced graduates who lead and bring real change to strategic public and private institutions around the world.

For a fuller timeline of our history, visit our website.

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