January 17, 2017
Prince Hall, Arts & Administration Building, University of King's College
In the earliest days of the college, residence students gathered to eat the main meal of the day in a formal setting. Much like today,…
University life isn’t just about books. King’s has a diverse selection of clubs, societies and organizations for you to join and enjoy.
Pairs student volunteer mentors with people with intellectual disabilities.
Halifax’s only campus-community radio station, CKDU has been serving the community since 1985.
Represents the Contemporary Studies Programme, encouraging students to engage with their professors, ideas, and peers through both colloquia and social events.
Crafting creative recipes for pizzas from locally sourced ingredients.
Provides free swimming lessons throughout Halifax.
An annual showcase of original, student-produced garments, including choreography, music, production technology, dance, and garment design.
Teaches the art of swing dancing and hosts dance events throughout the year.
Provides activities to day students.
A group to discuss and critique episodes of the TV hit Game of Thrones.
Fosters interest and discussion about the Early Modern period, with social events, lectures, the Student Conference of the Early Modern, and our annual journal Babel.
Founded in 1884, this the oldest university literary society in North America. Celebrates great works of poetry and prose through readings and discussions.
Fosters a dialogue amongst all students about HOST, and supports HOST students in their studies.
A welcoming community of veteran and beginner choristers who meet weekly to rehearse in preparation for a concert each semester.
Helping students deepen their understanding of the teachings of Jesus and their relationship to them. Inclusive and welcoming to students from all backgrounds.
Features weekly tournaments and tutorials.
Provides non-competitive workshops, shows and recitals. Open to all ages and skill levels.
Provides a space for those with a passion for British sci-fi television.
Provides a safe space for individuals of all genders who are interested in or passionate about feminist issues.
Practice the fundamentals of sketch comedy, creative theatre writing , shooting, and performing comedy of all kinds.
Explores all cinema styles and genres.
Connects fans and players, on and off the ice for casual ball hockey, grudge matches versus rival residences, or stimulating chats in the Wardroom.
Combining creativity and love of photography. All skill levels and styles are welcome.
A fun, safe space for anyone interested in learning about and celebrating Jewish culture.
Explores the wilderness around Halifax. Follow us on Facebook.
An organization for all King’s and Dalhousie students who are interested in the science or philosophy of the mind.
Creating a safe space for LGTBQ individuals, we also raise awareness in the community about homophobia and transphobia, and host community events.
Provides access to coaching and an extra level of competition for those interested. Open to all skill levels.
A student theatre company engaged in every facet of theatre.
The King’s Wordsmiths Creative Writing Society was founded by writers, for writers.
A relaxed atmosphere for students to practice their French conversation skills.
Promotes the cause of Michael Cera on campus and in our heads and minds.
Nova Scotia Public Interest Research Group, one of 26 PIRGs across Canada.
Group aimed at political junkies. Fosters growth of critical discourse engaged with leftist politics.
Publication celebrating the creative talent of the King’s community.
One of King’s oldest societies, we help students find volunteer opportunities in the community.
King’s and Dal’s debate society. Our debaters take part in tournaments across Canada, the northeastern US, and internationally.
The South House Sexual and Gender Resource Centre is a feminist, sex-positive, trans-positive, inclusive resource centre and referral service.
A safe space to practice yoga, meditation, breathing, and chanting.
Features weekly events and games. Like us on Facebook.
A Dalhousie/King’s student a capella choir.
A historically women-run, non-profit charity organization that hosts fundraisers for local HRM-based charities.
A society aimed at decreasing global inequality.
Want to start your own society?
Get in touch with the KSU VP of Student Life