College Freshman 2013-11-03T23:05:33Z
It is a very friendly place. Everybody from the security guards to the teachers to the cooks are all very nice. The dorms are average size and there are a couple different dorms to choose from.
College Junior 2013-01-16T17:35:09Z
I have seen and experienced the various options of the Halls at Kings. Overall it is safe and comfortable to be around but more street lighting and surveillance should be considered for the parking lots behind certain dorms.
College Junior 2012-10-27T16:05:58Z
We have one large men's dorm and 4 smaller women's dorm. None are considered Freshman dorms but we do have one Honor's dorm for women. That one is very nice, but you cannot live there till you are a sophomore. One women's dorm is very far away from the rest of campus, but it is a really nice townhouse style set up. The other two women's dorms are kind of gross. Liston, then men's dorm is really old and gross
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-09T16:13:22Z
Living on Campus – At King College, living on campus gives students the opportunity to meet new people and take part in on-campus activities. Though the dorms are not co-ed, students often hang out on the lawn, in the dining hall, library and different areas of the school.
Recent Alumnus 2010-07-14T04:04:22Z
It's Fairly Good – I have only lived in Parks Hall, and my only complaint is that there isn't air conditioning. Thankfully a fan in the window keeps it fairly cool, so it's not too terrible. From what I have heard, the rest of the dorms are good as well. The housing process is very simple, and I love it on campus.
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