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Preferred Program Titles


The preferred description of our undergrad students is:

  • Traditional Program

The preferred description of our adult programs is:

  • Adult Degree Programs

The preferred description of our graduate programs are:

  • Graduate Studies in Education
    or Graduate Studies Program in Education

  • MBA
    or Masters in Business Administration

Fast Facts

Corban is a residential, independent Christian university established in 1935 offering undergraduate and graduate level degrees.

Academic Programs:
Corban offers more than 50 undergraduate majors and programs of study as well as graduate and undergraduate degrees for working adults.

Salem, Oregon's capital, has a greater population area of 170,000. It is 45 miles south of Portland; one hour from the mountains and the coast. Corban’s Tacoma campus overlooks the Puget Sound at 4301 Stevens St., Tacoma, WA 98407.

Study Abroad:
Corban offers AMBEX as well as 14 other study abroad programs.

1,160 students (2012–2013)

Student/Faculty Ratio:

Annual Cost:
(Traditional Undergraduate Program)
Tuition and Fees:
$25,976 (2012-2013)
Room & Board:
$8,590 (2012-2013)

Average Financial Aid Amount:
(Traditional Undergraduate Program)
$21,600 in scholarships, grants, and loans in 2011-2012.

Corban University gives approximately 45% of its traditional undergraduate tuition revenue back to students in grants and scholarships.

(Updated 9/6/12)