• Freshman: Final high school transcripts are needed in the Registrar’s Office.  If we have not received your final high school transcript you were notified via e-mail a couple of weeks ago by our office.  Final transcripts need to be received prior to the start of spring semester registration.
  • Transcripts:  Have you taken a course recently at another college or university?  Make sure that you request an official transcript be sent to our Registrar’s Office.
  • Dropping a class:  You may continue to withdraw from classes through Friday, November 8th.  Pick up a course change card in the Registrar’s Office and pay the $10 fee to withdraw.
  • Graduating in 2013-14, but haven’t applied to graduate?:  You can still pick up a graduation application in the Registrar’s Office.  The last day to submit your graduation application is: Monday, December 2, 2013

Special Veteran’s Day Ceremony

On Monday Nov. 11, Corban University will honor our nation’s veterans during a special Veteran’s Day ceremony. At 8 a.m. a special guest veteran will open the day with remarks to Corban students in front of the clock tower. This will be followed by an all-day reading of the names of U.S. military members killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. Students, staff and faculty are encouraged to sign up in Student Life to read names during 30-minute intervals ending around 5 p.m.
Donations will be accepted for the family of Alex Hussey, cousin of Business Professor Shawn Hussey. Alex is a 21-year-old Army veteran who was on patrol in Afghanistan when he was hit by an improvised explosive device (IED). He lost both legs and a hand as a result. The funds will be used to help his family pay for travel and other expenses as Alex recovers in a military hospital in San Diego.
For more information, contact Sheldon Traver at or call 503-589-8197.

Got the Blues? You Are Not Alone

Ever feel like you are the only one who is sad in a world of happy people? Everyone experiences stress, sadness and anxiety from time to time – it’s part of life. These feelings often happen when you a lose a job, loved ones move away, during divorce, after a death in the family, or during retirement. But when changes in mood and behavior interfere with one’s ability to work, sleep, eat, and enjoy once pleasurable activities, it could be a sign of depression. National Depression Screening gives people the opportunity to take a free, anonymous questionnaire assessing their risk for mood and anxiety disorders and provides referral information for treatment. Visit for an online screening.

An Important Message from Carol in the Mail Room:

To all you wonderful students I adore, this is for you:
When you come to the mail room and say you have an email notification, that does not necessarily mean you have a package or a letter. If your email has an attachment that means you have  a returned paper, not a letter or package. However, if you do have an item to pick up, it will read “You have an ITEM to be picked up”.  Although I love seeing you all, save yourself the disappointment and read your email first!!!


In a little over 200 days our group leaves to travel to Tel Aviv, Israel, the first stage of our incredible study tour. This is the capital of the amazing modern nation of Israel. It’s also  next to Jaffa, or Biblical Joppa where Jonah caught a ship for Tarshish and Peter was used by the Lord raise Tabitha (Dorcas) from the dead. Then on to our headquarters at Jerusalem University College, at the southern wall of the Old City just a short stroll from the Temple Mount. That is just the start of our life-changing adventures in the Holy Land. We’d love for you to go with us. The reservation deadline is November 6th, just enough time to talk to your family and friends about supporting you with their prayers  and finances.  For further info contact Dr. Tim Anderson ( or Dr. Greg Trull (

A Note of Thanks from the Alumni Office

The Alumni Office wishes to thank everyone for the Corban hospitality and welcoming our alumni and visitors enjoyed while on campus last week for Homecoming!


World Outreach Week is October 21-15! We’ll have missionary guests from many different agencies on campus sharing in classes, Bible Studies, lunch time events and evening events! Please take time to visit their booths in Schimmel and have a conversation with them. Dr. George Murray, Chancellor of Columbia International University, will be sharing with us during chapel as well. Don’t miss out on getting to know our missionary guests!

Looking for a job on campus?

The Student Life office is looking for just the right student to work in our office beginning this January. Do you like people? Do you have good phone & organizational skills? Are you friendly yet professional? Then this could be the job for you. We will be accepting resume’s from now until October 25th at the Student Life desk, located on the 2nd floor of Schimmel.

Stinky Bagels (Poetry Club)

Poetry is meeting Tuesdays at 1:30p.m. in the Library and Fridays at noon in the cafeteria. Come join us!