Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions regarding coming here to Kingswood? Want to know who we are, and what we have to offer? Scroll through the questions listed here.

Kingswood University is unique in that all programs of study prepare you for ministry, and all degrees include a strong foundation in Bible and theology.

YES. Such decisions are made by the institution you transfer to, and they will need to examine your course content, grades, etc.

Students enroled in our bachelor of ministry degree will have opportunity to embark on a four-month internship called a Supervised Ministry Experience.

Probably much less than you think! We offer a very affordable education for our students. Check out the Financial Aid section and see links to fees, loan info for Canada and the US, and scholarships. Then talk with an enrolment counsellor to see what it will cost YOU to earn your degree.

Kingswood offers a very affordable education for all. We provide a considerable number of scholarships, grants, and other forms of financial aid for our students. Eighty percent of our students receive some form of financial aid, and many receive substantial amounts.  Please click here for more information.


Click here to apply online. To talk with an enrolment counsellor and receive more information click here.

Canadians should start June 1, prior to fall enrolment.
U.S. students can start January 1, prior to fall enrolment.

A wide variety of activities/associations are available to keep you involved and develop your leadership skills. Check here.

Kingswood University provides many opportunities to participate in sports or other athletic activities. Check out your options.

Cafeteria-style dining at Stairs Hall with healthy eating choices.

Accommodations vary but all provide a comfortable home for students. All residence halls have Wi-Fi access, prayer chapels, and student lounges.

From the graduating class of 2016, 64% have accepted ministry positions and 9% have enrolled in advanced degree programs, in order to further their education.