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Corban University

United States
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About Corban University

Corban is a gospel-driven community of scholars and leaders who seek to bring a biblical perspective to all areas of study and practice. We offer deep scriptural rooting to students while training them for any of a wide variety of professions—from education to business and from counseling to political science. We believe the best way to make a difference in the world is to send biblically and theologically grounded graduates into a wide variety of fields.

Campus information

Student Programs and Organizations

  • Associated Student Body

All traditional undergraduate students who have paid the student activity fee are considered members of the Associated Student Body (ASB). The purpose of ASB is to provide a student government that develops unity and mutual understanding among campus organizations, promotes and upholds Christian principles, and fosters vital cooperative student-faculty relations in every area of campus life. ASB officers are elected each spring and include president, vice president, treasurer, communications coordinator, student ministries coordinator, student activities coordinator, student organizations coordinator and media arts coordinator.

  • Student Organizations

Anyone wanting to initiate a student organization may obtain forms in the ASB office. Student organizations may be formed around special interests and must abide by the guidelines established for recognition by the ASB. Student organizations may petition for funds at the beginning of each semester and are responsible for the distribution of those funds.  

Corban University’s main campus is in the capital city of Salem, Oregon, located 45 miles south of Portland. The metro area of 405,000 people represents a thriving community with numerous parks, arts festivals and events, sports venues, and a vibrant downtown and riverfront.

Accommodation

All traditional undergraduate students under the age of 21 are required to live on campus unless they have junior or senior status (have completed more than 62 credits), are turning 21 during the upcoming academic semester, are married, are living at no cost with relatives over the age of 25, or have lived on campus for four (4) semesters. Studies show that living on campus enhances the likelihood that students will be satisfied with their undergraduate experience, feel more connected to the University community, and be more likely to graduate.

All rooms in the residence halls are equipped with telephone lines, computer hook-ups and internet access.

Each residence hall has a capable staff available for advice and guidance. The staff works together to develop and maintain a warm, loyal, and positive community.

Housing arrangements are made by the Director of Community Life. Every effort is made to assign new students compatible roommates. Complete information concerning residence hall policies is found in the Student Handbook.

Housing options for off-campus and married students are posted on a bulletin board in the Community Life Walkthrough.  

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 1 Business and Management 4 Education and Teaching 1 English Language 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 2 Law 1 Mass Communication & Media 1 MBA 2

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