Wednesday, January 23, 2013

King University
The tri-cities is now home to two universities. King College Officials made the announcement that King College is becoming King University. Dr. Greg Jordan Making the announement at a press conference held on campus. This is the result of a plan in the works since 1998 to create a broad mix of programs based on the university model. King has also offered many programs geared toward working adults and allowing them the course type and selection to enable them to work toward advanced degrees. King was has seen increased enrollment and has expanded offerings into six academic schools of learning. There were factors leading to its move from a college to a university. The University title will take effect on July first. (CC)

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