Payment Options and Information
When you register for a class, you agree to pay for it, and you will be responsible for all charges and any grade you receive, whether or not you attend. You are responsible for full payment of all charges on your account, even if another party is paying.
To have charges removed, you must drop the class or classes by the deadline (Close of Registration). You will not be dropped from your classes for non-payment. If you are under 18 years of age, you will be held liable for any charges on your account under ORS 348.105.
By registering for classes at Corban University you agree that tuition, fees and other applicable charges incurred will be considered an educational loan between you and Corban University and that is non-dischargeable under Section 523(a), (8) of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. You are further agreeing that if you fail to make any payments as prescribed, your account may be submitted to a collection agency and applicable collections charges may be added to your account balance due. In case legal action is instituted to collect on your account, you are agreeing to pay, in addition to the costs and disbursements provided by law, such additional sums as a court of law may determine as reasonable for attorney’s fees and court cost. Oregon State law applies to any dispute over payment.
It is time to consider your options, take action, and get your Financial Plan in place for the coming year. We want to make it simple for you. Once you receive your Financial Aid Award Letter you may choose to pay the remaining balance after financial aid with one or more of the following options. It is our desire to work with your unique needs and find a customized plan that makes your Corban education an affordable opportunity.
Option 1: For students able to pay in full each semester
Advantages : Pay EARLY and be done! No finance charges.
- Tuition and fees not covered by scholarships, grants and loans is due prior to the start of each semester: Fall Semester due date is August 5th, and Spring Semester due date is January 15th.
- Tuition accounts not paid in full by the due date and not on an approved payment plan will incur a monthly finance charge of 1.5% of the outstanding balance (18.00% APR).
- You are able to pay online at (503) 375-7030 or in person at the Financial Services Office. Payments by Visa, Discover, MasterCard and American Express are accepted with no additional fee. Follow these Instructions on how to access your account and make payments. , make payments over the phone at
- Your student account will not reflect your charges or Financial Aid until mid-August.
- Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a Balance Estimator to plan for this option.
Option 2: For students preferring a monthly payment plan
Advantages : Plans begin as early as May to allow for a full 12 months of payments and can be combined with a partial down-payment or loan.
- The Payment Plan Application is available in the menu above or at http://go.corban.edu/paymentplan
- There is no fee for this service or additional finance charges as you make your equal monthly payments over the course of the year.
- Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have at (503) 375-7030 or email@example.com.
Monthly Payment Plans must be kept current. Any monthly payment not made on time is considered delinquent and is subject to a late payment fee.
Option 3: For students seeking to finance with Parent Plus or private loans
Advantages : If payments are not an option, or you need a full or partial loan to make your payments affordable, there are resources for you.
- For information on additional low interest borrowing options to help meet the balance due after financial aid, go to: https://inside.corban.edu/financial-aid.
- Our counselors are available to help you explore these options at (503) 375-7006 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don’t forget if you must obtain Federal, or Private Loans in order to pay for all or part of your tuition each year, you are automatically enrolled in the Corban Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) at no cost to you!
Payment Options for Graduate Programs and Online Undergrad Program:
Student Tuition Account: All account balances minus financial aid must be paid at the start of each new semester. If you are unable to pay in full, monthly payments are accepted. E-mail email@example.com for additional details on our Payment Plan options. Keep in mind that before you can register for the next semester, your Student Tuition Account must be paid in full. You may make payments by check, E-check, VISA, Discover, MasterCard, or American Express (no fee is charged for this service). Follow these Instructions on how to access your account and make payments.
NOTE: Tuition accounts not paid in full by the due date and not on an approved payment plan will incur a monthly finance charge of 1.5% of the outstanding balance (18.00% APR).
Monthly Payment Plans must be kept current. Any monthly payment not made on time is considered delinquent and is also subject to a finance charge of 1.5% of the outstanding balance.
We accept payments in U.S. funds only. Cash payments may be made at the Financial Services Office from 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Credit Card Payments
We accept credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. You are NOT charged a convenience fee for this service. Payments may be made online, over the phone at (503)375-7030 or in person at the Financial Services Office.
We accept personal checks, traveler’s checks, cashier checks and money orders for tuition and fee payments. Make checks payable to Corban University. Please list the account name or ID# in the memo line of your check. Your check may be presented in person at the Financial Services Office, or mailed to Corban University c/o Financial Services Office, 5000 Deer Park Dr SE, Salem, OR 97317.
Electronic Check Payments
Provide banks ABA/Routing number and your account number. Pay online at http://sis.corban.edu. You will need your user name and pin.
Please note the refund policy/procedure in the University’s Catalog. When you register for a class, you agree to pay for it whether or not you attend. If the University cancels a class, you will get a full refund of any charges made or of any payment received.
When a credit is created by your financial aid, we are required to refund that credit to you (or, in the case of a PLUS Loan to your parent). If you would like to keep the funds on your account, you may sign and return the check to the Financial Services Office. It will be placed back on your account as a payment on account. Refund checks are not issued for amounts under $50.00. You may stop by the Financial Services Office for a cash refund.
To receive a refund for an individual class it must be dropped by the published close of registration for that class. A refund will be processed if you have no outstanding account balance. If you are taking classes in Graduate Programs, or the Online Undergrad Program, you will need to consult your program bulletin for refund dates (typically one week after the start of the semester).
Due to the increase in activity during the registration period, and the multiple changes in schedules, undergrad checks will not be written until the week following the published close of registration and thereafter. Checks are written on Tuesdays and Thursdays. If you request (remember, it is when this office receives the request between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.) a check on Tuesday, it will be written and sent to you the following Thursday. If you request a check on Thursday, it will be written and sent to you the following Tuesday.
This office will cash refund checks (or other checks) up to and including $50.00.
Failure to Pay
Registration for succeeding semesters, transcripts, and diplomas are some of the services you may be denied if you fail to pay your obligation.