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Major: Communications (This Major's Salary over time)
King University (formerly King College) caught my attention while searching online for an adult learning environment offering night classes. King University is a private faith-based college located in Bristol, Tennessee, with a secondary location in Knoxville, Tennessee. Although King University has Presbyterian roots, the religious aspect is not overbearing for anyone who may not identify with the Christian faith. Additionally, King University is an affordable college. For me, the Pell Grant covered majority of my expenses which enabled me to continue to work full time. Also, King University has plenty of financial aid options to meet almost every situation. I can attend my communication program in the evenings with the flexible time structure provided at King University. What truly sets King University apart from other colleges though, are the exceptional instructors. At King University, I feel like an asset to the program, as the instructors here take the time to encourage me and prepare me fully for the field in which I am studying. I love how the instructors are genuine, real-world professionals, who definitely have a heart for teaching. If you are considering a degree in communication I strongly suggest King University!