For more than 100 years, King's College has been educating North Carolinians focused on gaining marketable job skills. The school blends classroom education and hands-on training in accredited programs that can be completed in as little as eight months.
King's College is one of a network of schools falling under the umbrella of Bradford Schools, a national group of career-oriented institutions.
Points of Distinction
Areas of Study
Those attending King's College have their pick of business, health care and technology programs, each preparing the student with particular job skills. All programs offer either a diploma or an associate's degree; many programs provide the student with the option of pursuing one or the other.
King's College Admissions and Financial Aid
Open admission is the policy at the school. There are some requirements but generally all students who meet those requirements will be offered admission
Education is an investment but there may be financial aid available to students who qualify. Many students at King's College receive financial assistance in the form of grants and loans. A representative from the college that understands the financial aid landscape can assist in navigating the tuition planning process.
The teaching staff provides quality instruction drawn from their years of professional experience.
Based on a 2005 report, the college has about 500 students enrolled. Women make up about three-quarters of the student body. Roughly 40% of the enrollees are African-American.
The school's on-campus dormitories add a dimension to the school that most other small, career-oriented schools cannot offer.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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