Congratulations on your acceptance to Corban University! We love (LOVE) welcoming new students who are ready to begin their journey of making a difference.
One of my favorite things about Corban is the dedication to more than just academic success. Through classes, Bible studies, late night food runs (there’s a lot of these), campus clubs, athletic events, intramurals, on-campus resident life, the Corban Community Garden, or the many campus wide events through the year, Corban University is first and foremost dedicated to your relationship with Christ and your growth as a person. On our campus, authenticity is encouraged. Life’s hardest questions are never shied away from. Laughter runs rampant, and adventure is never far!
We believe God treasures uniqueness, and because of this belief, Corban offers as many outlets as it can think of (art, missions, sports, leadership, service, music, etc.) to ensure each student’s uniqueness can find its niche and thrive at Corban.
We are SO excited to have you join our community! But more importantly, we cannot wait to walk alongside you as you begin your journey of discovering what it means for you to make a difference in the world for Jesus Christ.
Corban University Student Body President 2017-18
There are just a few more steps to complete. If we break them down by due date, you'll see this can be easily done step-by-step.
To Do: Submit tuition and housing deposits
Deposits after May 1 will be considered on a space-available basis. The tuition deposit for fall enrollment is fully refundable by written request until May 1 prior to the semester of enrollment.
Deposits for students starting in the spring semester are due by December 1.
To Do: Plan for tuition payment
Check in with Financial Services to create a customized payment plan for your remaining tuition and fees after financial aid. We offer a variety of options to make your Corban education an affordable opportunity.
If you would like to set up monthly payments, start by submitting the Payment Plan Application.
To Do: Talk with your advisor and register for classes
Your advisor will connect with you beginning in May to plan your fall class schedule and help you register for classes. You can find a complete list of majors and courses in our Academic Catalog.
To Do: Log into your Corban student account and email
Watch for log-in instructions in early June at the email address we have on file for you. All email communication regarding housing, classes and financial services will go to your new Corban email address starting in June, so it’s important to check this account regularly.
To Do: Read through Corban's Community Life Walkthrough
This is the Corban student handbook that will tell you everything you need to know about life as a Corban student and what to expect as part of the Corban community.
To Do: Submit all health and housing forms by July 1
- Emergency Contact Information (required)
- Immunizations (required)
- Student Contract (required)
- Housing Preference Form (required for on-campus housing)
To Do: Have your final high school or college transcripts sent to Corban
To Do: Register for Warrior Welcome, August 24-28
You and your family are invited to Corban as you prepare to start your college experience. Activities for parents and students will be held August 24-26, 2018, with Warrior Welcome continuing for new students only August 27-28. Watch your email for more information!
To Do: Start shopping for textbooks
Textbook lists will be posted at sis.corban.edu in July. To find out what books you’ll need for your classes, choose the term you are attending to view textbook listings under each course. The Corban Bookstore is open during Orientation weekend to purchase your books.
To Do: Receive roommate and housing assignments
We encourage you to contact your roommate before you arrive on campus to start getting to know each other.
To Do: Arrive at Corban, August 24
Fall athletes, check with your coach for early arrival instructions.
Check-In/Move-In starts at 11am
Follow the signs for check-in before heading to your assigned dorm to move in.
Each on-campus student will be supplied with a bed, desk, desk chair, and dresser or wardrobe in their room. For more information on what to bring Resident Hall Packing List.
Room cost includes free access to laundry facility use.
You will select your meal plan for the year at Orientation. We offer meal plan options for both on-campus students and commuters.
Welcome/Kick-off at 4:30pm