Master and Chief Executive, Greg Eddy, said the College had a strong history formed on the shoulders of Kingsmen over the past 100 years and it was still as relevant today as it was at its formation.
King's College was established by the Methodist conference on 1 March 1912.
In 1901, the Methodist conference decided to send its candidates for Ministry to Queen's College in Melbourne.
The system at Queen's of combining a theological and a university college became the model for King's.
The first academic year was 1913 when King's College was situated at River Terrace in Kangaroo Point with 13 students.
In 1955, King's relocated to the St Lucia campus of The University of Queensland.
For many years, as well as providing accommodation for university students, King's was involved in theological education.
That role is now undertaken by Trinity Theological College.
This year the College is an academic residential community of 300 undergraduate and postgraduate members drawn from country and suburban areas throughout Australia and overseas.
All aspects of King's and its history and achievements will be celebrated in 2012 with a program of events to suit every supporter of the College.
Key events include the Centenary Service on 29 July to be led by the Dean of Chapel, Rev Ray Herrmann, in the Quadrangle at King's College and a Centenary Brunch will be held on Sunday 9 September.
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