The Debra Deane Little and Robert Little Academic Scholarships for Varsity Athletes

For over 200 years, how has King’s survived?

The answer is clear: People in the King’s community—alumni, parents and friends—have invested in its academic mission, the needs of students and the imaginative projects of faculty and students combined.

Alumni support the college because they have made connections with people and ideas that have enriched their lives and now want to ensure that opportunity is available to a new generation of students.

Parents support King’s because they see the way their children are transformed during their time here. They also know that the discussion and way of life at King’s are transformed by student involvement.

The community supports King’s because it has continually offered something to the citizens of Nova Scotia and increasingly to the rest of Canada through talks, lectures, presentations and performances, offering opportunities for meaningful discussion and engagement.

King’s is not just a campus. The college has survived because the people who are King’s—people like you—have contributed to its success.