THE LAST WEEK OF THE SEMESTER…What’s happening?

IT’S BAAAAACK!!!!!!!!!!

PBG

Free PB’Js for Commuters during Finals Week! Monday through Thursday, April 27th through the 30th, stop by the Student Center when you hear your tummy growl and you can kill the growl and ignite the brain cells with a fresh, yummy peanut butter and jelly sandwich! The supplies will be available from about 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day.

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EOY Party poster

Where: the Schilling’s barn (7315 Labish Center Rd. NE Salem, OR)
Keep your eyes on your email for directions!
When: April 25, 2015 (THIS SATURDAY)
Time: 4pm-10pm
What: games, food, time together, and FIREWORKS!

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LOST AND FOUND

All lost items will be on display this week in front of Emitte Center, on the second floor of Schimmel. Please come look to see if anything of yours is there, as all items will be going to a local charity by Friday.

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SUMMER REACH

Don’t forget to register your summer service through the Reach page of Converge!!! All instructions are on the page. If you have additional questions, please email reach@corban.edu.

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ATHLETICS:

1. Congrats to Kade Crossland on being named the CCC Men’s Golfer of the Year! Warriors men took second overall as a team, while the Corban women finished in fourth place at the CCC Championships.
2. BSB hosts Simpson University this weekend in its final home series of the year! Senior Day on Saturday is set for an 11am start.
3. Track & Field Athletes compete at the CCC Multi-Event Championships on Thursday and Friday, while the remainder of the team will compete at the Mt. Hood Invite on Friday!

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CORBAN FREE FOR ALL

Happening this Sunday from 2-4 pm in all dorms!
Have you ever wondered what to do with all your old stuff? Well here is the answer. Come to the Corban Free For All. It happens at every dorm on campus. Come donate your old clothing or items or just come and take new items. Anything donated is up for grabs. Whatever is left over gets donates to an outreach. Come one come all to the Corban Free For All!

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TUITION REMINDER FROM FINANCIAL SERVICES:

Congratulations Seniors!! You will be missed.
Please make sure your Student Account is fully paid so we can release your diploma when you graduate.:)

RETURNERS GET READY FOR NEXT YEAR:
The 2015-2016 Payment Plan Application is now open. Apply online TODAY so you can pay your tuition in as many as 12 monthly payments. NO FEE for this service!
http://inside.corban.edu/financial-services/payment-plan-application

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May spot pic

If you plan to be in Salem during the month of May come to The Spot – a night of prayer and worship with young adults across the city. https://www.facebook.com/events/463986943755313/

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ATTENTION ALL UNDERGRAD STUDENTS

A Message From the Mailroom:
Please fill out the summer 2015 Mail Forwarding On-Line.
I will begin forwarding First-Class mail May 4th through August 21st 2015.
The form is very simple and can be found on either one of these direct sites: http://inside.corban.edu/mail/forwarding or http://inside.corban.edu/mail
If you do not complete the form, Carol will not forward your First-Class mail. It will be returned to the sender.
(Student Workers; this step is very important, especially if you want your paycheck!)
Thank you, if you have any questions please let me know.
HAVE A WONDERFUL BLESSED-FILLED SUMMER!
Carol Kruse

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PLAYWRIGHTS’ SHOWCASE 2015

The Play Writing class will be having their Playwrights’ Showcase 2015 this Friday only: April 24th from 7-9 pm. Come be a part of our playwrights’ public table reading of select scenes from their scripts and get a chance to give your input to the writers. It’s also an opportunity to congratulate some of our graduating senior class.
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YEARBOOKS!

Pick up your yearbook in Pavilion this week. Every student gets one.
They will be available from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, April 27-29.

You may pick up a yearbook for a friend, roommate, sibling or spouse, by signing your name next to theirs.

Questions: Email ekersey@corban.edu

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KEY REMINDER!

Have you checked out keys from Campus Care for things like working on campus, or a medical use of the elevators? They are due back to Campus Care Friday, April 24. If you need them during finals week please email campuscare@corban.edu with a return date. Thank you!

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BAND AND ORCHESTRA CONCERT

Featuring the Corban University Chamber Orchestra and Concert Band
Psalm Performing Arts Center, Corban University
April 24th, 2015, 7:30pm
Doors open at 7pm
Come support your fellow students at this last concert of the semester! The Chamber Orchestra will perform pieces from musical masterworks from centuries past, while the Concert Band will perform contemporary dances and song. The program will include composers from Europe, South and Central America, and the United States.

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FROM THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE:

HATS

GRADUATION REHEARSAL/CEREMONY:
Graduation rehearsal will be Saturday, May 2nd at 12:15 p.m. in the Salem Armory Auditorium. All students who are participating in graduation need to be in their cap and gown and in their assigned seat in the auditorium at that time.
An e-mail will be sent one week prior to the event with your assigned seat/walking order.
Rehearsal will last approximately 1/2 hour. *Food is not available to purchase onsite, so please plan accordingly.
This is a ticketed event and doors will open for guests at 1:00 p.m. and the Graduation ceremony will begin at 2:00 and last approximately 2 hours.
For more information about commencement please visit our commencement webpage: http://inside.corban.edu/commencement

RESCHEDULING A FINAL: Finals week is April 27 – 30, 2015. Students are required to take their finals at the scheduled times. In no case should a student plan to leave campus prior to the end of his/her last examination. The Final Exam Schedule is found online on the Registrar’s page: https://inside.corban.edu/calendars/final-examinations If you need to reschedule a final exam please stop by the Registrar’s Office for approval.
Finals must be taken during the time specified and may only be rescheduled for the following reasons:
1) Two exams are scheduled during same hour.
2) Four or more exams are scheduled on the same day.
3) Student has a documented disability.
4) Student has a documented emergency. (Student is ill or has death in his/her family)

 

SUNFLOWER2015

The following courses will be offered online summer semester 2015:
• ED 410: Philosophy of Education, 2 credits, June 1st – July 31st
• TH233: Biblical Worldview w/Dr. Kent Kersey, 3 credits, June 15th – July 17th
• BI105: Bible Study Methods w/Dr. Sam Baker, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
• BI432EO: NT Book Study, Ephesians w/Dr. Gary Derickson, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
*Cost per credit hour: $335. Pick up a course registration form in the Registrar’s Office.
Tuition must be paid to the Corban University Business Office at the time of registration.

FALL SEMESTER 2015 CLASSES: Before you head out on your summer break, please make sure that you have met with your advisor and registered for your fall classes. Seniors who are graduating should be registered for both fall and spring classes next year.

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FROM THE LIBRARY

Finals Week Library hours:

Saturday, April 25: Noon-6PM
Sunday, April 26: 1:30PM – 1AM
Monday, April 27: 7:30AM – 1AM
Tuesday-Wednesday, April 28-29: 7:30AM – 11PM
Thursday and Friday, April 30-May 1: 8AM – 5:00PM
Saturday and Sunday, May 2-3: Closed

Summer hours commence Monday, May 4

Monday- Friday 8AM- 5:00PM

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BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!….

Dr. Marty Trammell’s Valentine’s Day chapel message has been added to Corban’s new SoundCloud podcast channel. It’s definitely worth catching and sharing with others! https://soundcloud.com/corbanuniversity/02132015-marty-trammell

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4.17.15

Keys

Have you checked out keys from Campus Care for things like working on campus, or a medical use of the elevators? They are due back to Campus Care Friday, April 24. If you need them during finals week please email campuscare@corban.edu with a return date. Thank you!

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Library Hours for Finals Week

Saturday, April 25: Noon-6PM
Sunday, April 26: 1:30PM – 1AM
Monday, April 27: 7:30AM – 1AM
Tuesday-Wednesday, April 28-29: 7:30AM – 11PM
Thursday and Friday, April 30-May 1: 8AM – 5:00PM
Saturday and Sunday, May 2-3: Closed

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RESCHEDULING A FINAL
Finals week is April 27 – 30, 2015!

Students are required to take their finals at the scheduled times.  In no case should a student plan to leave campus prior to the end of his/her last examination.  The Final Exam Schedule is found online on the Registrar’s page: https://inside.corban.edu/calendars/final-examinations  If you need to reschedule a final exam please stop by the Registrar’s Office for approval.

Finals must be taken during the time specified and may only be rescheduled for the following reasons:

  • Two exams are scheduled during same hour.
  • Four or more exams are scheduled on the same day.
  • Student has a documented disability.
  • Student has a documented emergency. (Student is ill or has death in his/her family)

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COME DANCE WITH US!!!

We will once again be having a dance on the last day of Ballroom class (Wednesday April 22nd at noon in the gym). THere will be instruction and short lessons in Foxtrot, Waltz, Quickstep and Lindy during this time for anyone who is interested. Everyone is invited students, faculty, staff are all welcome to come have fun and get a good workout in in the process!

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SENIORS!
Mark your calendars!
The Senior Banquet is happening!

When: Wednesday, April 22nd
Time: 6:00pm
Where: The Trinity Ballroom of the Reed Opera House, downtown Salem

Free for seniors and Faculty/Staff and $5 (at the door) for anybody else that wishes to attend!

We suggest that you eat dinner beforehand, but we will be providing hors d’oeurves and dessert at the event. Take this time to connect and share memories together with your fellow seniors one last time! Hope to see you there!

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TUITION REMINDER FROM FINANCIAL SERVICES:

If you have an unpaid balance and are not on a Payment Plan, a registration HOLD is currently on your account.
SENIORS: Please take care of this balance so we can release your diploma when you graduate.:)
FALL RETURNERS: Please get in touch with us regarding your plan for this balance, so we can clear the HOLD and secure your classes.

RETURNERS GET READY FOR NEXT YEAR:

The 2015-2016 Payment Plan Application is now open.  Apply online TODAY so you can pay your tuition in as many as 12 monthly payments.  NO FEE for this service!

http://inside.corban.edu/financial-services/payment-plan-application

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Scholarship Deadlines for 2015-2016 are Approaching:

http://www.philliphmiller.com/free-speech-scholarship/
http://www.lighting55.com/scholarship
http://americanaddictioncenters.org/behavioral-health-academic-scholarship/ (for Psychology majors)

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CORBAN CONSULTING PARTNERS

The Hoff School of Business faculty invites you to a special presentation by our graduating business majors. They have spent the semester performing consulting projects for local businesses and will present their projects to a panel of judges.

Thursday, April 23, 2015 – 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Psalm Performing Arts Center

If you are unable to attend in person click the following link for live streaming: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/corban-events

Contact P. Griffith Lindell, Dean, Hoff School of Business at glindell@corban.edu or 503-375-7111 with questions.

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SUMMER TOWNHOUSE RENTAL

If you are looking for somewhere to stay in Salem for the summer, Student Life is now offering a limited number of townhouse rentals. The monthly rent payment covers all utilities and internet usage. Housing will be available from May 4th through the end of July.

Contact Student Life (studentlife@corban.edu) or Casey Van Dyk (cvandyk@corban.edu) for applications and more information.

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FROM THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE:

GRADUATION REHEARSAL/CEREMONY:

Graduation rehearsal will be Saturday, May 2nd at 12:15 p.m. in the Salem Armory Auditorium. All students who are participating in graduation need to be in their cap and gown and in their assigned seat in the auditorium at that time.

An e-mail will be sent one week prior to the event with your assigned seat/walking order.

Rehearsal will last approximately 1/2 hour.  *Food is not available to purchase onsite, so please plan accordingly.

This is a ticketed event and doors will open for guests at 1:00 p.m. and the Graduation ceremony will begin at 2:00. 

For more information about commencement please visit our commencement webpage: http://inside.corban.edu/commencement

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for COMMENCEMENT 2015

Corban University celebrates the graduating class of 2015, on Saturday, May 2nd, 2:00 p.m. at the Salem Armory Auditorium.

If you would like to serve as a greeter, usher or ticket taker we need you!   To sign up today just stop by the Registrar’s Office or e-mail Sandy Clouser at sclouser@corban.edu.

CAP AND GOWN: If you missed Grad Finale and were unable to pick up your cap and gown, please stop by the Registrar’s Office today.

GRADUATION APPLICATIONS 2016 DUE FRIDAY, APRIL 17th: If you are graduating in December 2015 or May 2016, stop by the Registrar’s Office to pick up your application.

Applications and application fee are due back in the Registrar’s Office by Friday, April 17th.

SUMMER ONLINE COURSES

The following courses will be offered online summer semester 2015:

  • ED 410: Philosophy of Education, 2 credits, June 1st – July 31st
  • TH233: Biblical Worldview w/Dr. Kent Kersey, 3 credits, June 15th – July 17th
  • BI105: Bible Study Methods w/Dr. Sam Baker, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
  • BI432EO: NT Book Study, Ephesians w/Dr. Gary Derickson, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th

*Cost per credit hour: $335.  Pick up a course registration form in the Registrar’s Office.

Tuition must be paid to the Corban University Business Office at the time of registration.

FOR FALL SEMESTER 2015 CLASSES:  Please take time to set up an appointment with your advisor prior to the start of registration.  All students are to meet with their advisor, go over the courses you are to register for and then receive a registration code.

Registration dates are as follows:

  • Juniors to be seniors & seniors: Monday, March 30, 2015   *Graduating seniors are to register for both fall and spring semester classes.
  • Sophomores to be juniors: Monday, April 6th
  • Freshman to be sophomores: Monday, April 13th

*You must have already completed the following number of credit hours to be considered a: Senior: 93+, Junior: 62- 92, Sophomore: 31 – 61, Freshman: 0 – 30.

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FROM THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT

Choirs Concert: Music Around The World
Featuring the Corban University Concert and Chamber Choirs
Psalm Performing Arts Center, Corban University
April 17th, 2015, 7:30pm
Doors open at 7pm

This concert brings together sacred and secular music from around the globe. Works will include pieces from Russia, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, and many others, from composers such as Basler, Rachmaninoff, Handel, and more!

General Student Recital

Psalm Performing Arts Center, Corban University
April 21st, 2015, 12:00pm
Doors open at 11:45pm

Come support your fellow students as they perform pieces from their private studies this semester. We will also be honoring our graduating Seniors at this event.

Band and Orchestra Concert:

Featuring the Corban University Chamber Orchestra and Concert Band
Psalm Performing Arts Center, Corban University
April 24th, 2015, 7:30pm
Doors open at 7pm

The Chamber Orchestra and Concert Band will perform musical masterworks from centuries past, as well as contemporary favorites. The program will include composers from Europe, South and Central America, and the United States.

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CORBAN ATHLETICS

Men’s Golf: Kade Crossland captured the individual title for the Warrior men at the NCU Invite, leading the team to a third-place finish.

Women’s Golf: Brooke Spencer won the individual title for the Warrior women at the NCU Invite, leading the team to a third-place finish.

GOLF: The Corban University golf teams travel north to the Pumpkin Ridge Golf Course next Monday and Tuesday for the CCC Championships, looking to earn a berth to the NAIA Championships.

Softball: Corban hosts Northwest University on Friday at 2pm and then Concordia University on Saturday at 11 a.m. Saturday is also Senior Day, so be sure to come out to Warrior Field and support the Warriors!

Baseball: The Warriors head north to Canada this weekend to take on the University of British Columbia in a four-game series.

Track and Field: The Corban track and field teams compete at the Oregon Relay Meet on Saturday at Hayward Field as well as at the Lewis & Clark Invite on Saturday.

The Corban Clips 4.10.15

 

CATHY DOWNS: CORBAN’S #1 FAN

Many of you know that Cathy will be retiring at the end of April after 12 years of service in Student Life.  Unarguably the friendliest, most engaging and winsome member of the Student Life team, Cathy’s presence will be missed by all.  Please join the Corban community in recognizing Cathy for her service by joining us in the second floor of the student center (coffee shop) on Tuesday, April 14th, from 2-3pm for remarks (at 2:05) and light refreshments.

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open MIC

The LAST Open Mic Night of the YEAR is Tuesday, April 14th.
The FUN starts at 9:00pm and ends at 10:30pm.
Come to the coffee shop, drink a mocha, “do homework,” chat with friends, and listen to some GREAT music!
Sign-ups are in the coffee shop!

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Blood Drive – April 13, 2015

To sign up email Ben Maison.

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FINAL EXAM ARRANGEMENTS

Finals week is coming up April 27-30. Students are required to take their finals at the scheduled times. In no case should a student plan to leave campus prior to the end of his/her last examination. Finals may only be rescheduled for the following reasons: 1) Two exams are scheduled during same hour, 2) Four or more exams are scheduled on same day, 3) A student has a documented disability, or 4) A student has a documented emergency – student illness, or death in the family.

Any exams that need to be rescheduled for any reason must be approved by the registrar through a rescheduling request form. There is a $25 fee for each rescheduled exam. Certain procedures must be followed in order to re-schedule. Procedures are found inside.corban.edu, on the registrar’s page, under forms-and-policies. Arrangements should be made at least one week prior to finals week to reschedule any finals. The Final Exam Schedule is found online on the Registrar’s page.

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COME DANCE WITH US!!!

We will once again be having a dance on the last day of Ballroom class (Wednesday April 22nd at noon in the gym). THere will be instruction and short lessons in Foxtrot, Waltz, Quickstep and Lindy during this time for anyone who is interested. Everyone is invited students, faculty, staff are all welcome to come have fun and get a good workout in in the process!

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THUMBPRINTS: A CORBAN ARTS SHOWCASE

Come and join the celebration of Corban artists, including poets, singers, actors, and writers. Doors open at 6:00. Enjoy refreshments and an art tutorial given by Museum without Walls leadership.

The program starts at 6:45 with presentations from Stinky Bagels poetry, playwriting class, and Hilltop Harmony. We’ll top off the whole evening with a swing dancing lesson!

Join us in the Emitte center on April 11, 6-9 PM We hope to see you there!

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SENIORS! Mark your calendars! The Senior Banquet is happening!

When: Wednesday, April 22nd
Time: 6:00pm
Where: The Trinity Ballroom of the Reed Opera House, downtown Salem

Free for seniors and Faculty/Staff and $5 (at the door) for anybody else that wishes to attend!

We suggest that you eat dinner beforehand, but we will be providing hors d’oeurves and dessert at the event. Take this time to connect and share memories together with your fellow seniors one last time! Hope to see you there!

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TUITION REMINDER FROM FINANCIAL SERVICES:

If you have an unpaid balance and are not on a Payment Plan, a registration HOLD is currently on your account.
SENIORS: Please take care of this balance so we can release your diploma when you graduate.:)
FALL RETURNERS: Please get in touch with us regarding your plan for this balance, so we can clear the HOLD and secure your classes.
Payment Options:
1. Pay in Full. If you choose this option visit https://sis.corban.edu to access your Student Tuition Account and make payments electronically.
2. Pay with additional Loans. More information available HERE or contact the Financial Aid Office: (503) 375-7006 or EMAIL.
3. STOP BY and see us if you have questions or concerns. We want to help!
Tuition accounts not on a Payment Plan, covered in loans or paid in full for the semester, incur a monthly late fee of 1.5% of the outstanding balance. The next fee will be added on April 15th. Please make payment arrangements to avoid further fees.

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CORBAN CONSULTING PARTNERS

The Hoff School of Business faculty invites you to a special presentation by our graduating business majors. They have spent the semester performing consulting projects for local businesses and will present their projects to a panel of judges.

Thursday, April 23, 2015 – 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Psalm Performing Arts Center

If you are unable to attend in person click the following link for live streaming: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/corban-events

Contact P. Griffith Lindell, Dean, Hoff School of Business at glindell@corban.edu or 503-375-7111 with questions.

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SUMMER TOWNHOUSE RENTAL

If you are looking for somewhere to stay in Salem for the summer, Student Life is now offering a limited number of townhouse rentals. The monthly rent payment covers all utilities and internet usage. Housing will be available from May 4th through the end of July.

Contact Student Life (studentlife@corban.edu) or Casey Van Dyk (cvandyk@corban.edu) for applications and more information.

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DR. MICHELS BACK ON CAMPUS

The long awaited day is almost here…Dr. Michels (chiropractor) will be on campus next week, Wednesday, April 15th! The cost is $10 and it is open to all Corban students, employees and immediate family. An appointment is required. We have openings from 2:30-4:00 pm. Please call x8160 or email Jenny Garrard to schedule.

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FROM THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE:

GRADUATION REHEARSAL/CEREMONY:

Graduation rehearsal will be Saturday, May 2nd at 12:15 p.m. in the Salem Armory Auditorium. All students who are participating in graduation need to be in their cap and gown and in their assigned seat in the auditorium at that time.

An e-mail will be sent one week prior to the event with your assigned seat/walking order.

Rehearsal will last approximately 1/2 hour.  *Food is not available to purchase onsite, so please plan accordingly.

This is a ticketed event and doors will open for guests at 1:00 p.m. and the Graduation ceremony will begin at 2:00. 

For more information about commencement please visit our commencement webpage: http://inside.corban.edu/commencement

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for COMMENCEMENT 2015

Corban University celebrates the graduating class of 2015, on Saturday, May 2nd, 2:00 p.m. at the Salem Armory Auditorium.

If you would like to serve as a greeter, usher or ticket taker we need you!   To sign up today just stop by the Registrar’s Office or e-mail Sandy Clouser at sclouser@corban.edu.

CAP AND GOWN: If you missed Grad Finale and were unable to pick up your cap and gown, please stop by the Registrar’s Office today.

GRADUATION APPLICATIONS 2016 DUE FRIDAY, APRIL 17th: If you are graduating in December 2015 or May 2016, stop by the Registrar’s Office to pick up your application.

Applications and application fee are due back in the Registrar’s Office by Friday, April 17th.

SUMMER ONLINE COURSES

The following courses will be offered online summer semester 2015:

  • ED 410: Philosophy of Education, 2 credits, June 1st – July 31st
  • TH233: Biblical Worldview w/Dr. Kent Kersey, 3 credits, June 15th – July 17th
  • BI105: Bible Study Methods w/Dr. Sam Baker, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
  • BI432EO: NT Book Study, Ephesians w/Dr. Gary Derickson, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th

*Cost per credit hour: $335.  Pick up a course registration form in the Registrar’s Office.

Tuition must be paid to the Corban University Business Office at the time of registration.

FOR FALL SEMESTER 2015 CLASSES:  Please take time to set up an appointment with your advisor prior to the start of registration.  All students are to meet with their advisor, go over the courses you are to register for and then receive a registration code.

Registration dates are as follows:

  • Juniors to be seniors & seniors: Monday, March 30, 2015   *Graduating seniors are to register for both fall and spring semester classes.
  • Sophomores to be juniors: Monday, April 6th
  • Freshman to be sophomores: Monday, April 13th

*You must have already completed the following number of credit hours to be considered a: Senior: 93+, Junior: 62- 92, Sophomore: 31 – 61, Freshman: 0 – 30.

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FROM THE MUSIC DEPARTMENT

How Suite the Sound
Featuring the Corban University Jazz Band and Dr. Emily Stanek, flute
Psalm Performing Arts Center, Corban University
April 10th, 2015, 7:30pm
Doors open at 7pm

Come support your fellow students at this celebration of the jazz suite! This concert will feature a wide variety of pieces by composers such as Charlie Parker, Bob Curnow, Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, and many more. The concert will also feature guest artist and Corban flute instructor Dr. Emily Stanek, performing Claude Bolling’s “Suite for Jazz Flute.”

Haley Mayer, Junior Piano Recital
Psalm Performing Arts Center, Corban University
April 12th, 2015, 4:00pm
Doors open at 3:30pm

Haley will be performing wonderful piano works from composers such as J.S. Bach, Claude Debussy, and W.A. Mozart. Come support her and all of her hard work from this past year!

General Student Recital
Psalm Performing Arts Center, Corban University
April 14th, 2015, 12:00pm
Doors open at 11:45pm

Come support your fellow students as they perform pieces from their private studies this semester. Pieces will include works by Mozart, Grieg, Kirk, and more!

Air Force Woodwind Concert

Featuring the Air Force woodwind quintet, the Golden West Winds
Psalm Performing Arts Center, Corban University
April 14th, 2015, 7:30pm
Doors open at 7pm

This celebrated woodwind quintet performs all styles of music, including marches, jazz, and classical. This concert will also include patriotic favorites and a piece composed by our very own John T. Bartsch, Jr.

Choirs Concert: Music Around The World
Featuring the Corban University Concert and Chamber Choirs
Psalm Performing Arts Center, Corban University
April 17th, 2015, 7:30pm
Doors open at 7pm

This concert brings together sacred and secular music from around the globe. Works will include pieces from Russia, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, and many others, from composers such as Basler, Rachmaninoff, Handel, and more!

 

1ST CORBAN CLIPS OF APRIL

 

 

 

15342C James Rubart Chapel Poster

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CORBAN SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM

The Health Science department is pleased to announce the third annual Corban Science Symposium wiLL be held this Thursday, April 9th in the Psalm Center, from 9-3 PM. Come support our students by hearing about their research in exercise science, health science and science education. Students will be presenting on a variety of topics in poster and oral formats. Student oral presentations are scheduled for 9, 11 and 1 PM and poster presentations will be held at 10 and 12. The symposium is open to all those interested and people are welcome to stop by for any portion of the meeting.

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JAZZ NIGHT: HOW SUITE THE SOUND

Featuring the Corban University Jazz Band
Psalm Performing Arts Center, Corban University
April 10th, 2015, 7:30pm
Doors open at 7pm

This Jazz Night will celebrate the tradition of the jazz suite featuring a wide variety of pieces by notable composers including Charlie Parker, Bob Curnow, Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, and many more. The concert will feature guest artist Dr. Emily Stanek performing Claude Bolling’s “Suite for Jazz Flute.”

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Open Mic Night!

The LAST Open Mic Night of the YEAR is Tuesday, April 14th.

The FUN starts at 9:00pm and ends at 10:30pm.

Come to the coffee shop, drink a mocha, “do homework,” chat with friends, and listen to some GREAT music!

Sign-ups are in the coffee shop!
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REACH

If you registered for a Reach project this academic year, don’t forget to finish it up by:
• Serving a full 40 hours
• uploading your one-page reflection paper through the appropriate link on the Reach page of Converge
• emailing your supervisor the Supervisor Evaluation form (available on the Reach page of Converge) so that s/he can email it back to reach@corban.edu

A Reach project is due one year from the date you began serving. However, if you are a graduating senior, all of your Reach work will be due the first Friday in April of the year you graduate (or the first Friday in December for December grads.

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FROM THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE:

IT’S TIME TO REGISTER FOR FALL SEMESTER 2015 CLASSES: Please take time to set up an appointment with your advisor prior to registration. Then you can go over the courses you are to register for and receive a registration code.
Registration dates are as follows:
 Juniors to be seniors & seniors: Monday, March 30, 2015
 Sophomores to be juniors: Monday, April 6th
 Freshman to be sophomores: Monday, April 13th
*You must have already completed the following number of credit hours to be considered a: Senior: 93+, Junior: 62- 92, Sophomore: 31 – 61, Freshman: 0 – 30.

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GRADUATION APPLICATIONS 2016: If you are graduating in December 2015 or May 2016, stop by the Registrar’s Office to pick up your application. Applications and application fee are due back in the Registrar’s Office by Friday, April 17th.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for COMMENCEMENT 2015
Corban University celebrates the graduating class of 2015, on Saturday, May 2nd, 2:00 p.m. at the Salem Armory Auditorium. If you would like to serve as a greeter, usher or ticket taker we need you! To sign up, stop by the Registrar’s Office or e-mail Sandy Clouser.

CAP AND GOWN: If you missed Grad Finale and were unable to pick up your cap and gown, please stop by the Registrar’s Office today. If you would like more information about Commencement please go to our webpage: http://inside.corban.edu/commencement

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The following courses will be offered online summer semester 2015:
• ED 410: Philosophy of Education, 2 credits, June 1st – July 31st
• TH233: Biblical Worldview w/Dr. Kent Kersey, 3 credits, June 15th – July 17th
• BI105: Bible Study Methods w/Dr. Sam Baker, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
• BI432EO: NT Book Study, Ephesians w/Dr. Gary Derickson, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
*Cost per credit hour: $335. Pick up a course registration form in the Registrar’s Office.
Tuition must be paid to the Corban University Business Office at the time of registration.

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WARRIOR EVENTS THIS WEEKEND

Softball:
Friday vs. Eastern Oregon University @2pm (Doubleheader)
Saturday vs. The College of Idaho @11am (Doubleheader)

Baseball:
Saturday vs. Oregon Tech @1pm (Doubleheader)

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READERS THEATRE

The Play Writing class will be having a readers’ theatre on April 24th from 7-9pm in the Emitte Center; featuring scenes from their original scripts and screenplays

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SET Application Deadline Extended!

The deadline for Student Event Team applications been extended! Applications are now being accepted through April 10. You won’t want to miss this incredible opportunity to be involved with Corban’s biggest events and join a great team. Applications are available at Student Life, the President’s Office, or if you prefer the electronic version you can email Tori Cole

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WHAT’S HAPPENING AFTER SPRING BREAK?

 Free Josh Garrels concert Tuesday March 31st @ 8pm in the Psalm Center!

Open to everyone at Corban AND the community! For tickets email Kelsea Banks.

josh garrels

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COME HEAR THE “CRACK OF THE BAT” AT WARRIOR GAMES THIS WEEK!

Tuesday, March 31st: Baseball vs. Willamette @Warrior Field @4 p.m.
Friday, April 3rd: Softball Doubleheader vs. Eastern Oregon @Warrior Field @2 p.m.
Saturday, April 4th: Softball Doubleheader vs. College of Idaho @Warrior Field @11 a.m.
Saturday, April 4th: Baseball Doubleheader vs. Oregon Tech @Warrior Field @1 p.m.

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There will be a Student Recital on March 31st at noon in the Psalm Center.

Come and enjoy the talents of our amazing Corban musicians! All are welcome to attend.

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FROM THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE:

REGISTRATION DATES FALL SEMESTER 2015 CLASSES:
Please take time to set up an appointment with your adviser prior to the start of registration. All students are to meet with their adviser to go over your needed courses and then receive a registration code.
Registration dates are as follows:
Juniors to be seniors & seniors: Monday, March 30, 2015
 Sophomores to be juniors: Monday, April 6th
 Freshman to be sophomores: Monday, April 13th
*You must have already completed the following number of credit hours to be considered a: Senior: 93+, Junior: 62- 92, Sophomore: 31 – 61, Freshman: 0 – 30.

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for COMMENCEMENT 2015

Corban University celebrates the graduating class of 2015, on Saturday, May 2nd, 2:00 p.m. at the Salem Armory Auditorium!
We need volunteers to serve in a variety of different responsibilities at commencement. If you are interested in serving as a greeter, usher, ticket taker, etc… please stop by the Registrar’s Office or e-mail Sandy Clouser to help.
CAP AND GOWN: If you missed Grad Finale and were unable to pick up your cap and gown, please stop by the Registrar’s Office today. Need more information about Commencement please go to our webpage: http://inside.corban.edu/commencement
GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: Final College Transcripts Due This Wednesday:
Graduating Seniors, if you have taken classes from another college or university, all official transcripts from other institutions must be received in the Registrar’s Office by April 1st.
GRADUATION APPLICATIONS 2016: If you are graduating in December 2015 or May 2016, stop by the Registrar’s Office to pick up your application. Applications and application fee are due back in the Registrar’s Office by Friday, April 17th.

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summer sunshine

The following courses will be offered online summer semester 2015:
• ED 410: Philosophy of Education, 2 credits, June 1st – July 31st
• TH233: Biblical Worldview w/Dr. Kent Kersey, 3 credits, June 15th – July 17th
• BI105: Bible Study Methods w/Dr. Sam Baker, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
• BI432EO: NT Book Study, Ephesians w/Dr. Gary Derickson, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
*Cost per credit hour: $335. Tuition must be paid to the Corban University Business Office at the time of registration.
Pick up a course registration form in the Registrar’s Office.

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Apply for Scholarships for 2015-2016

http://www.philliphmiller.com/free-speech-scholarship/
http://www.lighting55.com/scholarship
http://americanaddictioncenters.org/behavioral-health-academic-scholarship/ (for Psychology majors)

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SET Applications

Applications for Corban’s Student Event Team are still available! Join a great team, build your resume, and get to be a part of Corban’s biggest events. Applications are available at Student Life and will be accepted in the President’s Office until April 3rd. Contact Kellie Wood or Tori Cole with any questions.

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REACH Deadlines!

Reach due date for all graduating seniors is Friday, April 3rd. All Reach work must be received by this date. Contact the Reach office for answers to your questions. (All other students have one year from the date they started serving to finish a Reach project.)

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MASTERS IN COUNSELING PROGRAM NEEDS VOLUNTEER CLIENTS!

If you would be willing to volunteer to come talk about yourself and your life on tape for 45-50 minutes, you can help the counseling students continue to develop their counseling skills. You can come once or schedule several appointments. Talk about anything from indecision about your major, roommate issues, school stress, or anything else you would like to address.
Please remember that these are beginning counseling students. If you think you may have a more serious clinical problem then you should contact the counseling center on campus instead of volunteering with us.
This is a valuable learning experience for the students. We use these taped sessions to give clinical feedback to the counseling students and the tapes are deleted as soon as the student counselor presents the tape in supervision. This process makes them better counselors and prepares them to go out into agencies in the fall.
If you are interested please respond by emailing Mary Aguilera. In your response please give me the times you are available Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. (Tues. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.), and if you would prefer to talk to a male or a female student counselor. My teaching assistant, Andrea Blake, will contact you with an appointment time. The counseling room is AC5524 on the 5th floor. Thanks for considering this opportunity.

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TUITION REMINDER FROM FINANCIAL SERVICES:

Early Registration for Fall semester opens TODAY.  If you have an unpaid balance and are not on a Payment Plan, a registration HOLD is currently on your account.

Please get in touch with us regarding your plan for this balance, so we can clear the HOLD prior to your registration date below.

Juniors to be Seniors & Seniors: Monday, March 30th
Sophomores to be Juniors: Monday, April 6th
Freshman to be Sophomores: Monday, April 13th

Payment Options:
1. Pay in Full. If you choose this option visit https://sis.corban.edu to access your Student Tuition Account and make payments electronically.
2. Pay with additional Loans. More information available HERE or contact the Financial Aid Office: (503) 375-7006 or EMAIL.
3. STOP BY and see us if you have questions or concerns. We want to help!

Tuition accounts not on a Payment Plan, covered in loans or paid in full for the semester, incur a monthly late fee of 1.5% of the outstanding balance. This fee will be added on April 15th. Please make payment arrangements to avoid further fees.

March 13th edition

THE MIRACLE WORKER OPENS!!!

The theater department’s production of The Miracle Worker opened yesterday, March 12th  and continues at 7:00p.m. this evening and the evenings of March 14, 19, 20, and 21. Tickets are $10 for students. (COMMUTERS: the first 50 of you to the Student Life Office get FREE tickets!)
The Miracle Worker tells the story of Helen Keller’s childhood and how she learned to understand the world around her with help from her teacher Annie Sullivan. After losing her sight and hearing at only 18 months old, Helen emerges from darkness into all the hope and beauty life has to offer. Come enjoy this award-winning play and support your fellow students onstage and off!
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FROM THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE:

GRADUATION APPLICATIONS 2016: If you are planning on graduating in December 2015 or May 2016, stop by the Registrar’s Office to pick up your application. Applications and application fee are due Friday, April 17th.

REGISTRATION DATES FALL SEMESTER 2015 CLASSES: Please take time to set up an appointment with your advisor prior to the start of registration. All students are to meet with their advisor, go over the courses you are to register for and then receive a registration code.
Registration dates are as follows:
 Juniors to be seniors & seniors: Monday, March 30, 2015
 Sophomores to be juniors: Monday, April 6th
 Freshman to be sophomores; Monday, April 13th
*You must have already completed the following number of credit hours to be considered a: Senior: 93+, Junior: 62- 92, Sophomore: 31 – 61, Freshman: 0 – 30.

CAP AND GOWN: If you missed Grad Finale and were unable to pick up your cap and gown, please stop by the Registrar’s Office today. If you would like more information about Commencement please go to our webpage: http://inside.corban.edu/commencement

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GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: Final College Transcripts Due:
Graduating Seniors, if you have taken classes from another college or university, all official transcripts from other institutions must be received in the Registrar’s Office by April 1st.

summer sunshine    2015

The following courses will be offered online summer semester 2015:
• ED 410: Philosophy of Education, 2 credits, June 1st – July 31st
• TH233: Biblical Worldview w/Dr. Kent Kersey, 3 credits, June 15th – July 17th
• BI105: Bible Study Methods w/Dr. Sam Baker, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
• BI432EO: NT Book Study, Ephesians w/Dr. Gary Derickson, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
*Cost per credit hour: $335. Tuition must be paid to the Corban University Business Office at the time of registration.
Pick up a course registration form in the Registrar’s Office.

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REACH OPPORTUNITIES ABOUND!

  • Advise and coach students to set up a lemonade stand business.
  • Coach kids’ soccer this Spring.
  • Serve in the gardens or the historic mansion at Deepwood Estate.

Check out these cool (and immediate!) Reach opportunities and many more toward the bottom Reach page of Converge (partner and non-partner organizations listed).

Graduating seniors (Spring 2015), don’t forget that ALL Reach work is due by Friday, April 3, 2015. Contact Valerie Geer with any questions or concerns.

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TUITION REMINDER FROM FINANCIAL SERVICES:

Early Registration for Fall semester opens March 30th. If you have an unpaid balance and are not on a Payment Plan, a registration HOLD is currently on your account. Take care of your balance, so we can remove that HOLD today!
Payment Options:
1. Pay in Full. If you choose this option visit https://sis.corban.edu to access your Student Tuition Account and make payments electronically.
2. Pay with additional Loans. More information available HERE or contact the Financial Aid Office: (503) 375-7006 or EMAIL.
3. STOP BY and see us if you have questions or concerns. We want to help!

Tuition accounts not on a Payment Plan, covered in loans or paid in full for the semester, incur a monthly late fee of 1.5% of the outstanding balance. This fee will be added on March 16th. Please make payment arrangements to avoid further fees.

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DO YOU LIKE TO WRITE, EDIT, TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS, HAVE A BUSINESS MIND?

Corban’s publications, “The Hilltop,” “Hilltop Online,” and Yearbook are looking for a few great writers, photographers, or business-minded students.
If this sounds like you, pick up an application in the Student Life office to apply for an editor, assistant editor, or business manger position. If you are selected for the position, not only will you be able to use your skills to act as the voice of Corban, but you will also receive a scholarship!
If selected, you will need to enroll in Journalism Workshop on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:00-4:15 p.m.
Return your application no later than Thursday, March 19, to the faculty drop box, 5th floor AC, addressed to Amy Elker, journalism adviser.

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open MIC

Next Tuesday, March 17th in Common Grounds!
9-10:30pm!

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IT’S NOT TOO LATE

You still can catch the 2nd Annual Christian Thought Leader Conference chapel message by scholar, speaker and author James W. Skillen, Ph.D. His message title? “RESPECT. LOVE. CLASH. REPEAT: House Rules for Christian Political Engagement.” It’s featured on Corban’s new SoundCloud podcast channel, https://soundcloud.com/corbanuniversity/392015-dr-james-skillen.

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INTERNATIONAL FAIR

…is coming up March 16 – 20, the week before Spring Break.
• Learn about other cultures represented by our international students.
• Sample international cuisine each lunchtime in the Dining Hall.
• Make a difference in the world by joining for prayer for needs from different countries.
• Join us an inspirational movie that will challenge you to make a difference in the world.

Mon., Mar. 18 – 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. – International Displays (Library)
Tues., Mar. 17 – 8:30 – 9:30 p.m. – Making a Difference in our World through Prayer (Emitte Center)
Thurs., Mar 19 – 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. – Movie Night (PVG Movie Room)
Fri., Mar. 20 – 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. – International Student Chapel –
“Picking up the Pieces and the Challenge to Belong”

Please support our international students and join us in this inspiring week!

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WARRIORS ON THE ROAD…

BASEBALL: Corban travels to College of Idaho to take on the Yotes this weekend for four games, opening NAIA-West action in the process.

SOFTBALL: The Warriors travel to take on College of Idaho and Eastern Oregon University, opening up Cascade Collegiate Conference (CCC) play for the 2015 campaign.

TRACK & FIELD: The Corban track & field teams look to continue their strong start to the 2015 season when they compete at the Saints Open this Saturday in Gresham.

GOLF: The Warrior golf teams look to continue a strong start to the 2015 campaign following a solid showing at the Corban Spring Invite. Next Tournament — Warner Pacific Spring Invite on March 21-22.

SPRING HAS HIT CAMPUS…there’s alot happening!

LOOKING FOR A JOB?…interview

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A mock interview may help “calm your nerves” as you work through the job search process.

Mock interviews include: Thinking about the questions you might be asked from the following categories…

  1. Background
  2. Job/Company/Industry
  3. Style/Personality
  4. skills/Experience
  5. Future
  6. Goals/Aspirations

Other topics of discussion:

  • Dress for positive impact
  • Be prepared – show up with all needed documents for interview
  • Bring your own questions to ask!

Interested? Email Paul Lindell, M.A., LPCi at the Corban Wellness Center.

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Josh Garrels Concert! March 31st

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In the Psalm Center at 8:00pm. Email Kelsea Banks for a ticket!

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SKY FULL OF STARS/FILM FEST!

If you didn’t get a ticket for the Spring Formal, we have a solution for you! All regular admission tickets are sold out, but we’ve printed off some Film Festival/dance admission tickets that grant entry at 7pm. While these tickets don’t include swing dancing and dinner, they do include admission to the Film Festival and dance party, which is 4 hours worth of good times! These tickets are available to anybody that wants, student or non-student alike. Get them in the bookstore now!

 

Films for the film festival are due on Wednesday, March 11th from 2-5pm in the ASB office!! Look in your inbox for a previous email sent out by ASB for tickets & specific criteria!

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FROM THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE:

  • ONLY ONE WEEK LEFT TO DROP A CLASS!: Students you have until Friday, March 13th to withdraw from a class. If you need to drop a class, stop by the Registrar’s Office in Schimmel Hall to pick up the necessary paperwork and pay the $10 fee per class dropped.
  • CAP AND GOWN: If you missed Grad Finale and were unable to pick up your cap and gown, please stop by the Registrar’s Office today. If you would like more information about Commencement please go to our webpage.
  • GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: Final College Transcripts Due: Graduating Seniors, if you have taken classes from another college or university, all official transcripts from other institutions must be received in the Registrar’s Office by April 1st.
  • GRADUATION APPLICATIONS 2016: If you are planning on graduating in December 2015 or May 2016, stop by the Registrar’s Office any time after Monday, 3/9 to pick up your application. Applications and application fee are due back in the Registrar’s Office by Friday, April 17th.
  • REGISTRATION DATES FALL SEMESTER 2015 CLASSES: Please take time to set up an appointment with your advisor prior to the start of registration. All students are to meet with their advisor, go over the courses you are to register for and then receive a registration code.Registration dates are as follows:
     Juniors to be seniors & seniors: Monday, March 30, 2015
     Sophomores to be juniors: Monday, April 6th
     Freshman to be sophomores; Monday, April 13th

*You must have completed the following number of credit hours to be considered a Senior: 93+, Junior 62- 92, Sophomore: 31 – 61, Freshman: 0 – 30.

Summer classes2015
The following courses will be offered online summer semester 2015:
• ED 410: Philosophy of Education, 2 credits, June 1st – July 31st
• TH233: Biblical Worldview w/Dr. Kent Kersey, 3 credits, June 15th – July 17th
• BI105: Bible Study Methods w/Dr. Sam Baker, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
• BI432EO: NT Book Study, Ephesians w/Dr. Gary Derickson, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
*Cost per credit hour: $335 Tuition must be paid to the Corban University Business Office at the time of registration. Pick up a course registration form in the Registrar’s Office.

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Special Events Intern-Paid position

In last week’s Clips we posted the Job purpose, details on day to day work load, and expectations for event days, for this position in the Special Events office. This is a 10-15 hour a week position. Interested? For details take a look at the full ad from last week’s Clips, Submit Cover Letter and Resume by March 20, 2015. Address to Kellie Wood, Director of Special Events, President’s Office, Schimmel Hall.

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MIRACLE WORKER opens next week!

Come encourage the arts at Corban! The theater department’s production of The Miracle Worker opens Thursday March 12th at 10:30am, and continues at 7:00 on the evenings of March 13, 14, 19, 20, and 21. Tickets at $10 for students.
The Miracle Worker tells the story of Helen Keller’s childhood and how she learned to understand the world around her with help from her teacher Annie Sullivan. After losing her sight and hearing at only 18 months old, Helen emerges from darkness into all the hope and beauty life has to offer. Come enjoy this award-winning play and support your fellow students onstage and off!

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15262C Christian Thought Leader Chapel Poster

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Westrek: Tillamook Head Hike

Saturday, March 7th 9:45 AM PVG Lobby

Tillamook head rises 1000 feet from the ocean and boasts jagged capes adorned in vegetation. Lucky for us, this is where Westrek is headed next! Get off Campus and join us for an adventure on the coast! You can make new friends or meet new ones, it’ll be a hike to remember!

Cost is FREE!!!

Contact Gavin Bowen if you would like to sign up or have any questions

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TUITION REMINDER FROM FINANCIAL SERVICES:

Spring Student Statements were sent to your Corban Email this week. It is your responsibility to make arrangements for the balance to be paid. Please forward your parents this E-statement if they are assisting you to pay.
Early Registration for Fall semester opens March 30th. If you have an unpaid balance and are not on a Payment Plan, a registration HOLD is currently on your account. Take care of your balance, so we can remove that HOLD today!

Payment Options:
1. Pay in Full. If you choose this option visit https://sis.corban.edu to access your Student Tuition Account and make payments electronically.
2. Pay with additional Loans. More information available HERE or contact the Financial Aid Office: (503) 375-7006 or EMAIL.
3. STOP BY and see us if you have questions or concerns. We want to help!
Tuition accounts not on a Payment Plan, covered in loans or paid in full for the semester, incur a monthly late fee of 1.5% of the outstanding balance. This fee will be added on March 16th. Please make payment arrangements to avoid further fees.

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CHECK OUT THESE AVAILABLE SCHOLARSHIPS!!!

Abbot and Fenner Business Consultants $1000 Essay Scholarship.
• LearningPath.org scholarships for a variety of student groups: Student Athletes, Christian Students, Future Teachers and more.

Need more info? email Jamie Gilman Financial Aid Counselor

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Last Friday the Library had an Edible book contest. Check out our winners.

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SPOT

More details?

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APPLY TO BE A CORBAN PUBLICATIONS LEADER!

Do you have a passion for writing or photography?
Would you like to be a mover and a shaker?
Are you willing to learn and try new things?
Do you want to be a part of the “in” crowd and know what is happening on campus before the rest of the student body?
Could you use some extra cash to help pay for tuition?
If the answer is “yes”, consider applying for a leadership position for one of Corban’s publications!
Editor and Asst. Editor positions are available for Corban’s print publication “The Hilltop,” online publication “Hilltop News”, the yearbook, and photographer. We also have a new position available this year for a Business Manager. Each position is a year-long commitment and each includes a small scholarship.
You must be enrolled in Journalism Workshop on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:00-4:15 p.m. if you are selected for a position.
If interested, please pick up an application in the Student Life office. Return your application NLT Thursday, March 19, to the faculty drop box, 5th floor AC, addressed to Amy Elker, journalism adviser.

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TOWNHOUSE APPLICATIONS FOR FALL 2015 ARE Almost DUE!

Townhouse apps are available in the Student Life office, located on the second floor of Shimmel. Your completed application is due March 12th.

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 R E A C H !

Register your Spring Break Reach projects at your convenience by uploading a Project Registration Form through the Reach page of Converge (under My Courses). Go ahead and check your “grade” while you’re there, and make sure your Reach record is correct with your understanding of your previous Reach projects and transfer credits. Email any questions or concerns to reach@corban.edu.

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Information on Utah Mission

The Hagar Home = A place of refuge, healing, and hope for those fleeing polygamy
What? A 40 minute documentary about women & children who fled polygamy and have found refuge in Christ.
When? March 6th @ 8pm
Where? Emitte Center
Why? To see what this ministry is all about and how you can help!!
* If you are unable to attend but would still like to learn more about this ministry, please contact Jenna Marie Harris, Morgan Case, or check out the website http://www.hagarhome.org/index.htm

 

Last Clips of February!

JOSH GARRELS CONCERT

Email Kelsea Banks for a ticket for the March 31st concert. In the Psalm Center at 8PM. Do NOT get your ticket online, those are ONLY for people who do not go to Corban.

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FILM FESTIVAL

As has been announced previously, the Film Festival is just around the corner! In about 3 WEEKS, on Sunday March 15, you’ll be able to sit back, relax, and enjoy some amateur films created by your very own classmates. The Festival will be a part of the Spring Formal event at the Salem Convention Center in the Willamette Ballroom.

In order to have a successful night, we need your film submissions!  Many of you have already begun the production process. As you create your movies, keep these rules in mind:

  • There is a 3 minute minimum and 10 minute maximum length for film submissions.
  • Film submissions are due on Wednesday March 11 from 2-5pm, 4 days before the event. At this point, we will review the films and request any edits as needed. This will allow you, the filmmakers, to have time to make edits before the event.
  • Films must be submitted in .mp4or .wmv format.

The films will be judged by a panel of judges and awards will be given based on film quality (there are no specific categories this year). The awards are:

  • Best Character (not Actor, but the best character concept)
  • Best Screenplay (based on quality of plot, dialogue, etc.)
  • Best Cinematography (based on quality of camera angles, lighting, etc.)
  • Best Soundtrack (based on the music’s representation of the film itself)
  • Best Film Editing (based on the continuity, uniformity, clarity etc. of the editing)
  • Best Picture (overall)

Good luck and break a leg!

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EDIBLE BOOKS???

The library is having an edible book contest TONIGHT, Feb. 27 4-8pm. If you would like more information or to register for the contest there are forms in the library. Registration deadline is 3:30pm TODAY. Come by and see the creations, vote for your favorite. We will be eating the creations after 7pm.

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MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE SPOT ON MARCH 13. COME WORSHIP JESUS AND PRAY FOR THE CITY OF SALEM WITH OTHER YOUNG ADULTS IN THE CITY.

More details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1550025415280118/.

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TRIPLE TEN DEVOS!!!

Happy Friday, Corban!
CLT has listened to your feedback once more!
Because of this, Triple Ten Devos is changing it’s meeting time!
Our new meeting time will be Tuesday nights at 9:30pm. Hope you can make it!
Look for new flyers soon for more information.

Questions, comments or suggestions?
Please contact:
Spencer Raibley
Corban University
CLT, Student Initiatives
Spencerraibley@corban.edu

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DO YOU NEED AN ON CAMPUS JOB?!

Special Events InternPaid position

Job Purpose: The Special Events Intern’s main role is to advertise for, hire, train, and manage the Student Event Team (SET), also assist the Director of Special Events during events, including preparation before the event, set up, assist during event, and tear down afterward.
Job Details Day to Day:
• Report to Kellie and assist her in whichever tasks require assistance
• Acting as communications liaison between Kellie and Student Event Team members
• Keep track of SET member hours and availability
• Be a point of contact for SET members
• Plan and lead (with Kellie) monthly meetings/trainings
• Meet consistently with Kellie
• Manage/upkeep all utilized forms of social media
On event days:
• Assist in coordinating student workers
• Be prepared to assist Kellie in event set up, clean up, and any tasks during events
Other:
• Be in charge of the hiring process for new SET members
o Assist in marketing activities, including brainstorming, implementation, execution
o Attend/conduct interviews and work with Kellie in the selection process
Necessary Qualifications
• Be an undergraduate student in good academic standing
• Have 10 – 15 scheduled work hours per week, more during event weeks
• Be available for events, including evenings, weekends, or during class hours
Skills Required:
• Communication – must be effective & efficient on phone, e-mail, and in person
• Multi-tasking
• Detail-oriented
• Flexibility
• Knowledge of social media usage

Interested?
Submit Cover Letter and Resume by March 20, 2015
Address to Kellie Wood, Director of Special Events, President’s Office, Schimmel Hall.

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VOLUNTEER CLIENTS NEEDED FOR MASTERS COUNSELING STUDENTS

Our Masters in counseling program needs volunteer clients. If you’re willing to come talk about yourself and your life on tape for 45-50 minutes, you can help the counseling students continue to develop their counseling skills? Come once or schedule several appointments, your choice. Talk about anything from indecision about your major, roommate issues, school stress, or anything else you would like to talk about. Please remember these are beginning counseling students. If you think you may have a more serious clinical problem then you should contact the counseling center on campus instead of volunteering with us.
These taped sessions are used to give clinical feedback to the counseling students and the tapes are deleted as soon as the student counselor presents the tape in supervision. This process makes them better counselors and prepares them to go out into agencies in the fall.
If you’re willing to help the student counselors work on their skills please respond by emailing Mary Aguilera. In your response please give me the times you are available Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m. (Tues. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.), and if you would prefer a male or a female student counselor. My teaching assistant, Andrea Blake, will contact you with an appointment time. The counseling room is AC5524 on the 5th floor.

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GRAD FINALE Door Prizes 2015
PRIZE WINNERS – Thank you to our donors!

$25 Starbucks Gift Card (Adult Degree Program) Alena Harvey
Diploma Frame (Advancement Department) Randi Cavalier
Diploma Frame (Advancement Department) Jennifer Limbeck
Corban Gear Gift Basket (Alumni Office) James Moller
$50 Nike Certificate (Athletic Department) Hannah Seagren
$20 Cash for Gas (Financial Aid) Nicholas Lampe
$25 I Tunes (Grad Admissions) Lyndee Elmer
Photo Package (Grad Images) Thomas Graves
Photo Package (Grad Images) Melody Wahne
Photo Package (Grad Images) James Lloyd
Photo Package (Grad Images) Susan Smith
Fire HD 6 (Liberty Mutual Insurance) Cassandra Forster
One night lodging (Phoenix Inn South) Molly Schaap
$25 I Tunes (President’s Office) Leah Burns
$50 Gas Card (Reach) Dustin Cooper
$50 Gas Card (Reach) Andrew Kato
$50 Dinner and a Movie Package (Registrar’s Office) Emma Felzien
$50 Amazon gift card (Registrar’s Office) Eli Kaspari

*If you have won a prize, please come by the Registrar’s Office to claim your prize!

Summer classes2015
The following courses will be offered online summer semester 2015:
• ED 410: Philosophy of Education, 2 credits, June 1st – July 31st
• TH233: Biblical Worldview w/Dr. Kent Kersey, 3 credits, June 15th – July 17th
• BI105: Bible Study Methods w/Dr. Sam Baker, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
• BI432EO: NT Book Study, Ephesians w/Dr. Gary Derickson, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
*Cost per credit hour: $335 Tuition must be paid to the Corban University Business Office at the time of registration. Pick up a course registration form in the Registrar’s Office.

CAP AND GOWN: If you missed Grad Finale and were unable to pick up your cap and gown, please stop by the Registrar’s Office today.
GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: Final College Transcripts Due! Graduating Seniors, if you have taken classes from another college or university, all official transcripts from other institutions must be received in the Registrar’s Office by April 1st.
DROPPING CLASSES: Please check online in SIS to make sure that your schedule is correct. If you need to drop a course, stop by the Registrar’s Office to pick up the necessary paperwork and pay the $10 fee per class dropped.

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REACH INFO YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS!

  • Will you be serving at least 40 hours over Spring Break? Register for a Reach project through the Reach page of Converge (under My Courses). Questions? Email reach@corban.edu.
  • Graduating seniors: All Reach work (Project Registration Form, Supervisor Evaluation, and one-page reflection paper) is due by Friday, April 3, 2015. Heads-up: that is the first Friday back after Spring Break!!!

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TUITION FREEDOM DAY 2015 IS COMING!

This is a symbolic day marking the point in the academic year when tuition stops paying for a student’s education and support from donors takes over. For the remainder of the year, it is gifts to the University that makes an education possible! This annual gratitude event is in celebration of our generous donors. On Friday March 13 during chapel, write a note, thank a donor, and eat a donut!

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UTAH SPRING BREAK MISSION TRIP IS STILL FUNDRAISING!

We are seeking out anybody who would like to donate to the trip in exchange for any yard work, cleaning, car washing… anything!
Everything is donation based – the team is not asking to be paid hourly per person.

Any questions about the trip or would like to schedule to have work done before or after Spring Break in March, email Katrina. Thank you so much considering!

HAGAR HOME

The Hagar Home is a place of refuge, healing, and hope for those fleeing polygamy
What? A 40 minute documentary about women & children who fled polygamy and have found refuge in Christ.
When? March 6th @ 8pm
Where? Emitte Center
Why? To see what this ministry is all about and how you can help!!
* If you are unable to attend but would still like to learn more about this ministry, please contact JennaMarie Harris, Morgan Case, or check out the website http://www.hagarhome.org/index.htm

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SAY SO LONG TO INSECURITY!

Overcoming insecurity through exploring identity. This processing group gives students an opportunity to:
~ Process feelings of insecurity and anxiety
~ Explore and expand their identity
~ Gain insight about themselves
~ Express themselves in a safe, non-judgmental environment

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Art Processing Group

An art processing group offers students a creative way to:
• Process feelings of stress and anxiety
• Gain insight about themselves
• Express themselves in a safe environment
Group begins:
March 3rd at 12:30 pm and meets every Tuesday (except during Spring Break)
Location: Wellness Center in Davidson
Please email if interested

FEBRUARY 20TH EDITION

FRIDAY CONTEST QUESTION:

Win $5 by being the first person to the Student Life desk with the correct answer…

$5

How much time, altogether, has Valerie Geer spent in China?

Ready? GO!!!

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EXCITING WARRIOR HAPPENINGS SATURDAY NIGHT!

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The Corban men’s and women’s basketball teams play in their final regular-season home games on Saturday night! Women tipoff at 5:30 p.m., and the men tipoff at 7:30 p.m. Saturday is SENIOR NIGHT, so be sure to get there to cheer on their Warriors and see all of the Warrior seniors honored prior to the start of the men’s game!

Also, next Tuesday, February 24th, the Warrior women’s basketball team will host a CCC Tournament Quarterfinal game! Opponent and tipoff time are yet to be determined, so stay tuned on www.corbanwarriors.com!

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DONUTS, TIL YOU GO NUTS!

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In the ASB Office, after chapel until their gone!

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ANNOUNCING 2015-16 ASB TEAM

President: Cecilee Russell
Executive Vice President: Mattias LaVoie
VP of Marketing and Communication: Brendan Dettwyler
VP of Ministries: Travis Carr
VP of Finance and Administration: Olivia Andvik
VP of Community Engagement: Micah Ropp
VP of Student Initiatives: Becky Peters

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TUITION REMINDER FROM FINANCIAL SERVICES:

Spring Student Statements were sent to your Corban Email February 3rd.

If there is a balance due, and no Payment Plan is in place, please forward your tuition statement to your parents or the one(s) paying your tuition. It is your responsibility to make arrangements for the balance to be paid.

Payment Options:

1. Pay in Full. If you choose this option visit https://sis.corban.edu to access your Student Tuition Account and make payments electronically.
2. Monthly Payment Plan. If you did not need a payment plan for Fall semester but need to set one up for Spring, drop by Financial Services and we would be happy to help you.
3. Pay with additional Loans. More information available HERE or contact the Financial Aid Office: (503) 375-7006 or EMAIL.
Tuition accounts not on a Payment Plan, covered in loans or paid in full for the semester, incur a monthly late fee of 1.5% of the outstanding balance. This fee was added on February 18th.
Please make payment arrangements to avoid further fees being added to your balance.

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DEVELOPING YOUR CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE WORKSHOP

What do you do when you encounter someone who is different than you?

As Christians we need to be able to understand other cultures to communicate and work effectively. This workshop equips participants to improve their cultural intelligence, or CQ. Join us in the Emitte Center Saturday, March 7 from 9:00 am—3:30 pm. Please RSVP by February 20 to Kelli Bennett  There is a $25 fee to cover the cost of the assessments.

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REACH REMINDER TO GRADS:

Reminder for all Spring 2015 graduates: All Reach work is due by Friday, April 3, 2015. Email  for questions, advising, or to schedule an appointment.

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ART PROCESSING GROUP

An art processing group offers students a creative way to:
• Process feelings of stress and anxiety
• Gain insight about themselves
• Express themselves in a safe environment

Group begins:
March 3rd at 12:30 pm and meets
every Tuesday (except during Spring Break)
Location: Wellness Center in Davidson
Please email  if interested

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FROM THE REGISTRAR:

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: Final College Transcripts Due:
Graduating Seniors, if you have taken classes from another college or university, all official transcripts from other institutions must be received in the Registrar’s Office by April 1st.

DROPPING CLASSES: Please check online in SIS to make sure that your schedule is correct. If you need to drop a course, stop by the Registrar’s Office to pick up the necessary paperwork and pay the $10 fee per class dropped.

Summer classes 2015
The following courses will be offered online summer semester 2015:
• ED 410: Philosophy of Education, 2 credits, June 1st – July 31st
• TH233: Biblical Worldview w/Dr. Kent Kersey, 3 credits, June 15th – July 17th
• BI105: Bible Study Methods w/Dr. Sam Baker, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
• BI432EO: NT Book Study, Ephesians w/Dr. Gary Derickson, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
*Cost per credit hour: $335 Tuition must be paid to the Corban University Business Office at the time of registration.
Pick up a course registration form in the Registrar’s Office.

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A MESSAGE FROM FINANCIAL AID:

Applications are now being accepted for the 2015 Great Lakes National Scholarship Program, which awards up to 750 scholarships of $2,500 each to qualifying majors in science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) disciplines. Learn more.

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PARKING REGULATIONS- Direct from the Campus Safety page

• All students, staff and faculty must register any vehicles they drive, including motorbikes
• Students are restricted from parking on Western Way including in front of Schimmel Hall from 7 am to 5 pm Monday-Friday.
• Resident students are required to park in their residence hall parking lot at all times.
• Commuter students are not to park in designated residence hall parking.

Areas designated “visitor” are to be used only by visitors at all times.

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UTAH SPRING BREAK MISSION TRIP

The Utah Spring Break Mission Trip is still fundraising for and is seeking out anybody who would like to donate to the trip in exchange for any work – yard work, cleaning, car washing… anything! Everything is donation based – the team is not asking to be paid hourly per person. Thank you so much considering!

If you have any questions about the trip or would like to schedule to have some work done before or after Spring Break in March, contact Katrina at katrinaaman@corban.edu.

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POVERTY SIMULATION

The CLT Public Engagement team is still looking for participants for the Poverty Simulation on Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015. By choosing to participate, you’re intending to:
-Increase your awareness of poverty
-Enhance your perspective and understanding of poverty
-Learn solutions to poverty and improve existing resources

 

The poverty simulation experience is designed to help participants begin to understand what it might be like to live in a typical low-income family trying to survive from month to month. It is a simulation, not a game.  The object is to sensitize participants to the realities faced by low-income people. It will be an impactful and practical way of stirring hearts to serve those living in poverty.

 

For more information, contact Katrina Aman at katrinaaman@corban.edu.

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Say So Long to Insecurity!

Overcoming insecurity through exploring identity. This processing group gives students an opportunity to:
~ Process feelings of insecurity and anxiety
~ Explore and expand their identity
~ Gain insight about themselves
~ Express themselves in a safe, non-judgmental environment

Group Begins on March 3 from 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm and meets in the Wellness Center every Monday, except during Spring Break.

 

 

THREE DAY WEEKEND…COMING YOUR WAY!!!

NO CLASSES & OFFICES ARE CLOSED ON MONDAY FEBRUARY 16TH!!!

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TODAY IS POPCORN FRIDAY!!!

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Come by Student Life today from 3:30 – 4:30p.m.!!!! Come and munch some!!!

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President’s Day (2/16) Schedule for Corban Dining

Dining Hall
10:30am – 6:30pm

Coffee Shop
2:00pm-11:00pm.

POD
2:00pm-11:00pm.
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ASB Coordinator Applications still available!

Pick one up at the Student Life desk and if you have any questions, contact an ASB officer.

ELECTION CHAPEL is NEXT Wednesday (2/18)! Go to the election chapel to hear the speeches from candidates for next years ASB Vice President positions.

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CORBAN EXPERIENCE KUDOS

From Chris Vetter: I want to say thank you to everyone for another great Corban Experience event. We welcomed nearly 170 prospective students and their parents to campus over the weekend. I want to say a special thank you to Campus Care and Campus Safety for their extra work over the weekend – especially when we had the tree come down. Also to Aramark for all the efforts made to take good care of our guest through food service. MARCOMM came through again with some great materials for the event as well. Faculty – thank you for taking the time to show up on Monday and meet students and also for welcoming visitors to your classes.

Finally our students deserve thanks as well. Many of them invited strangers into their rooms and did a great job of making them feel welcome. The students also provided some great talent for Sunday night as well. It is the people that make Corban University the special place that it is – thanks for all that you do.

From Michelle Fahlgren: Thunder, lightning and even a fallen tree could not disrupt the awesome time our Corban Experience guests had this past weekend! HUGE thank you to all that hosted one or more of the visitors we had for the night. Reviews have come back positive and this weekend was beyond blessed despite the rainy Oregon welcome. Your voices and insight are so appreciated during this event, so thank you and have a wonderful – slightly less hectic- weekend!

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HYMN FEST

The Music Department’s 15th annual Hymn Fest is happening February 19th & 20th at 7:30 pm. This year’s title is “What Wondrous Love is This”, and the focus is on Christ’s Passion.
The event will take place at First Presbyterian Church, 770 Chemeketa St NE, Salem OR.
All of the hymns are arranged by our resident composer, Mr. John Bartsch, for orchestra, choir, and congregation.

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IS POETRY YOUR THING?!

Stinky Bagels poetry club meets Wednesdays at 3 in the Coffee Shop.

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Art Processing Group

An art processing group offers students a creative way to:
• Process feelings of stress and anxiety
• Gain insight about themselves
• Express themselves in a safe environment

Group begins: March 3rd at 12:30 pm and meets every Tuesday (except during Spring Break)
Location: Wellness Center in Davidson

Please email Counseling@corban if interested.

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FROM THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE:

Grad Finale
GRAD FINALE: Thursday, February 19th from 2:30 – 6:30 pm in the Emitte Center (open house). Are you graduating this year? Then you should attend. This will be an opportunity to pick up your cap and gown, graduation tickets, order graduation announcements, class rings, meet our graduation photographer, learn more about alumni and career services, the ABS banquet and much, much, more…DON’T MISS THIS!!!!

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: Final College Transcripts Due:
Graduating Seniors, if you have taken classes from another college or university, all official transcripts from other institutions must be received in the Registrar’s Office by April 1st. All Reach requirements must be completed by April 1st of the senior year.

DROPPING CLASSES: Please check online in SIS to make sure that your schedule is correct. If you need to drop a course, stop by the Registrar’s Office to pick up the necessary paperwork and pay the $10 fee per class dropped.

Summer classes 2015

The following courses will be offered online summer semester 2015:
• ED 410: Philosophy of Education, 2 credits, June 1st – July 31st
• TH233: Biblical Worldview w/Dr. Kent Kersey, 3 credits, June 15th – July 17th
• BI105: Bible Study Methods w/Dr. Sam Baker, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
• BI432EO: NT Book Study, Ephesians w/Dr. Gary Derickson, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
*Cost per credit hour: $335 Tuition must be paid to the Corban University Business Office at the time of registration.
Pick up a course registration form in the Registrar’s Office.

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ATHLETICALLY SPEAKING- What’s Happening?

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Men’s Basketball: Corban looks to continue the momentum from last weekend’s 18-point triumph over No. 16 Warner Pacific College when it travels to Eastern Oregon University and The College of Idaho this weekend. The Warriors are currently fighting for a spot and positioning in the CCC Tournament.

Women’s Basketball: With another pair of wins over the weekend and a thriller against Warner Pacific, Corban has solidified its third-place spot in the CCC standings and will look to move up in the standings with wins this weekend against Eastern Oregon University and The College of Idaho.

Baseball: Corban plays a game per day from Thursday-Monday, taking on teams from the Northwest conference each day.

Softball: Corban heads to Redding, Calif., on Friday for the Simpson Tournament. In this season-opening tournament, the Warriors play three games each day, taking on teams from all up and down the west coast.

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Wondering where you’re at with Reach?

Log onto Converge, look under My Courses, then click on Reach. Select “Grade” from the left-hand menu, and you can see how many of the four projects you have completed (this will include any transfer credit exemptions).
1. “Complete” – this means you’re done with that project
2. “Incomplete” – this means you have registered for a project and are currently working on it, but there are documents missing (supervisor eval and/or reflection paper)
3. blank – this means you have not registered for a project

Questions or want to schedule an appointment? Click here to email the Reach office.

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