Students can create attention-grabbing résumés during IMPRESSIBLE™ YOU!
Corban students getting ready to graduate know they face a competitive job market. Thankfully, a new workshop developed at Corban University will teach them how to craft résumés, and online profiles, that will give them a strong competitive advantage.
Students can attend this free IMPRESSIBLE™ YOU! workshop on Thursday, Feb. 6, from 7 to 9 p.m., in the Psalm Performing Arts Center. Only 300 tickets are available. Email Assistant Professor of Business and Marketing Kelli Gassman to reserve a seat today.
Dr. Michels on Campus!
Dr. Michels will be on campus on Friday, January 31 , from 2:30-4:00 pm in the training room. Cost is $10 and is open to all Corban students, staff, and immediate family. If you would like to make an appointment please call 503-589-8193 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- HALFTIME ACTIVITIES: When you come to a basketball game what do you do at halftime? Head for the concessions stands, chat with your friends, read the game program? Now you have a chance to win cash or an iPad mini. Come to any remaining home basketball game this season and shoot for a prize. If you make a lay-up, you win $5.00. Then you play ‘Let’s Make a Deal’ with the Athletic Department. Are you willing to give up the $5 for a chance at $10, $25, or an iPad mini? Sink a free throw, three-pointer, and half-court shot for your chance at the ultimate prize. Students will be chosen randomly from the stands so make sure that you are in attendance when the players are being picked.
- SWEET HOME ALABAMA: Congratulations to track & field runner Olivia Johnson, as she qualified for her second straight marathon at the NAIA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Miss Johnson will be heading south to compete on Sunday, May 24th, at 6:00 AM. This is the second year in a row that she has qualified for the event following her performance at this past weekend’s Cascade Half Marathon in Turner.
- OREGON SPORTS AWARD FINALIST: Former Warrior and three-time Cascade Collegiate Conference Player of the Year Stephanie Nippert was named as a finalist for the Ad Rutschman Small College Female Athlete of the Year at the 62nd annual Oregon Sports Awards last week. Nippert, who is the all-time home run leader in NAIA history, will be present at the award ceremony on Sunday, February 9th, with a chance to bring home the trophy for the first time in school history. Fans can vote for all the individual award winners by visiting http://www.oregonlive.com/oregonsportsawards/vote.html. Be sure to cast your vote for the greatest player in Corban softball history!
The Corbanator Needs You…
…and You Need the Corbanator!
Want to improve your grammar and punctuation skills?
Tired of your professors using that ugly red pen on your papers?
- Join the Corbanator!
- Every Thursday in February 5-6 p.m.
- AC 4422
- Sign up in the Registrar’s Office for En 091
- Cost: Zero
- Credit: One
FROM THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE:
- GRADUATING SENIORS YOU ARE INVITED TO: Grad Finale:
Thursday, February 6th from 2:30 – 6:30 p.m. (open house) in the Emitte Center. If you’re graduating this school year stop by Grad Finale. Please join us to pick up your cap & gown and graduation tickets. You may also order grad announcements, class rings, meet our graduation photographer, learn more about alumni and career services, student loans 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:
Students you have until Friday, March 14th to withdraw from classes. Please check online in SIS to make sure that your schedule is correct. If you need to drop a class, stop by the Registrar’s Office to pick up the necessary paperwork and pay the $10 fee per class dropped.
Reach is going paperless!
Now you can access all Reach forms and information on Converge:
1. Log onto Converge
2. Click Help menu
3. Click Reach – everything you need is right here!
You can type on all the forms/pdfs, save them, and submit them to email@example.com.
There are some minor changes to the forms, so please fill them out completely. Also, please keep in mind that you will need to email your supervisor the EVALUATION form, and he/she will need to email it from his/her email account to firstname.lastname@example.org (instructions, of course, are on the evaluation form itself). You may not submit the completed evaluation form; it must come from your supervisor directly.
Questions? Email email@example.com or stop by the office and talk to Valerie Geer.
Stinky Bagels Poetry Club
- Meeting Tuesdays and Wednesdays
- at 4:00 p.m.
- in the conference room of the library, second floor.
Events Coming Your Way!
- Talent Show Auditions!! Next Tuesday (1/28) and Wednesday (1/29) 6:30-8:30pm. Sign up on the bulletin board in Schimmel. All acts welcome!
- Is ASB for YOU? Come ask your questions and learn about each ASB position Monday, February 3rd @ 7:30pm in the Emitte Center.
- Come watch the Van Gilder Man Pageant on Tuesday and Thursday, 1/28 & 1/30 to see who will be the next Mr. VG, in the PVG Lobby at 7pm. It’s the manliest man pageant you’ll ever witness. Come see who will win The Golden Hammer and The Pink Plunger.
Don’t miss it!
The Never-Ending Story of Male and Female
Wed., Feb. 19, 9 – 11 p.m. Emitte Center
In the beginning God created man and woman. Ever since, we humans have been asking questions. “Loveology” is an exploration of what the Bible has to say about the never-ending story of male and female. This Corban community-only event, especially for singles, will feature in-depth discussion about singleness and marriage from “Loveology” author John Mark Comer. Comer serves as lead pastor at Bridgetown: A Jesus Church, which is part of a family of churches formally known as Solid Rock in Portland, OR. Bridgetown is unique in that about half of the 6,000-member church is made up of educated, unmarried college students and twenty-somethings. After he speaks, Comer will host a lively, anything goes Q&A session. Come and discover the theology of love, ask questions about sex and romance, and maybe even learn something new about God’s purpose for you.