Student seeking helpAcademic Skills Center & Tutoring

The Academic Skills Center offers academic support services and programs for all students, full and part-time, as they matriculate at King's College. The goal of these programs and services is to assist students in attaining academic success.

Writing Center

Writing Center tutors will not tell students what to say or how to say it. They do not write papers for students, and they are not a proofreading service. Their goal is to help writers reach their own goals and to provide the assistance needed to make the task of writing more rewarding and the results more effective.

Academic Success Department

The Academic Success Department actively works to assist students who may be experiencing difficulties in achieving success at King’s College. Our priority is to holistically support our students, while empowering parents and families to work through barriers with their students.

Counseling Center

The Counseling Center is located in Room A620, 6th floor of the Administration Building. Walk-ins are welcome and may be seen upon availability of staff. Appointments are preferred and may be made by calling (570) 208-5873; or Ext. 5873.

Book an appointment through the Student Web Portal

Campus Ministry

The Campus Ministers at King's are trained professionals, both lay and ordained who are willing to be of assistance to any student, staff or faculty member. Actually a hall chaplain or other member of the team can be contacted through the college operator. The office of Campus Ministry is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M

André Health Center

The King's College Student Health Center is committed to providing compassionate care and support to promote the health and welfare of every patient.  It's mission is accomplished by giving sensitive care to the whole person. The health center focuses on the acute care of the medical condition with integration of the physical, psycho-social, and spiritual needs of the person. The center affirms the importance of the patient in the health care decision-making process.

Presidential Hope Fund

Students with demonstrated financial need may be provided required textbooks through the Presidential HOPE Fund.  Please contact please contact for more information.

Shoval Center

Offering a food pantry, winter wear items, the center is housed in the Shoval Center, 171 N. Franklin St. (Sherrer House – the blue house next to the Chapel going up the hill).  A variety of items are available for free including quick snacks, soups, hot pockets, and easy to prepare foods. There is a full kitchen available to heat and eat the food or grab it to go.  The pantry will be open Mon-Fri. 9:00am - 4:00pm. If you have a need for more significant food assistance, please contact Shoval Center staff: 

StudentThe Corgan Library

The D. Leonard Corgan Library supports the mission of King's College by actively participating in the instructional process and serving as a gateway to global information resources. The Library provides a learner-centered environment, information resources, instruction, and services to meet the curricular and research needs of students, faculty, and staff. The library fosters the development of information skills that are critical to independent intellectual inquiry and lifelong learning.

Technology Training & Support

Infobase is an online technology training and professional development tool. Our subscription includes tutorials on common software such as Office 365, Adobe Creative Suite, and more, as well as workshops on like plagiarism and online courses. Log in with your King's College email credentials to access this great resources 24/7 from campus or home. The IITS Learning Hub has more King's-centric training for courses. The Help Desk can assist with any trouble you encounter.

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