Don’t Miss a Thing!

Our First ASB chapel is coming!

This Wednesday, the 17th, come hear five members of nonprofit organizations including Young Life and Marion Polk Food Share tell us about their program and how you can volunteer with them! (REACH credits anyone??) Afterwards there will be a lunch to hear more from each panel member- free lunch for the first 20 commuters!

Our First ASB Worship Night is……

…just around the corner! Friday the 19th at 7pm in the amphitheater! Join us for songs of praise and fresh air.


Attention WARRIOR Fans!

Get out your navy and gold (maybe a super hero costume) and come cheer on your home team!!!! Fun give aways and games too! GO WARRIORS!

  • Be sure to show up early to Friday’s Home-Opener for the Volleyball team vs. Warner Pacific! The First 150 fans in attendance will receive a free Corban Athletics white t-shirt! First serve is at 7 p.m., so get there early, and get rowdy! Corban Volleyball then takes on Concordia on Saturday evening at 5 p.m.
  • Be sure to attend the first home soccer match of the year on Tuesday, September 16, as the Warrior men’s soccer team takes on conference rival Concordia at 4 p.m. at Warrior Field! First 150 fans to this match will also receive a free Corban Athletics white t-shirt!

Men's Soccer

Hope to see you there!


Two video camera operators needed!

The Office of Marketing and Communication is looking for two students with experience shooting production video for a 3-hour video shoot the evening of Oct. 16. Editing is not required, but experience with professional level cameras is important.
If you are interested, please email Sheldon Traver for additional information.


 Have You Lost Anything This Semester?!

Chances are if you have…it’s in the Lost & Found!!! Come to Student Life to “paw through the pile”!



Do you cringe when you hear the words “grammar” or “punctuation”? Do you think people who understand prepositional phrases are just a little strange? You may want to get over those fears and anxieties, and you can. Find out how you can be a part of the Corbanator. See next week’s Corban Clips for details.


Withdrawing from a class: You may withdraw from a course through Friday, November 7th. Stop by the Registrar’s Office and pick up a course change card. Once you get the necessary signatures, return it with your $10 fee per class dropped.

Freshmen: Final high school transcripts need to be turned in to the Registrar’s Office. If we have not received your transcript, you have been notified by your Core Group advisor. Final transcripts must be received before the start of Spring semester registration. You will not be allowed to register for spring classes until your transcript has been received in our office.

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.

Gratudating in 2014-15, but haven’t applied to graduate?
It is not too late! Pick up a graduation application in the Registrar’s Office and submit your paperwork by: Monday, December 1st, 2014.


The Mail Room contest winner is…JADE LOWERY!

She won the Mail Room contest by answering the question “How many packages were signed for and picked up by students only during the first week of school?
Jade guessed 732. She was right on the mark! There were exactly 732 packages…Pretty impressive! She won a plate of homemade chocolate chip cookies. Congratulations Jade!
Thanks to all those that guessed. The next contest will be announced in a future edition of the Clips.



This week you will be receiving your first Monthly Student Tuition Statement.

If you haven’t already done so, now is the time to finalize your Financial Plan for this school year. Remember you have three options:
1. Pay in Full. if you choose this option, your Student Statement will provide you with the amount due for Fall semester, or visit to access your Student Tuition Account and make payments electronically.
2. Monthly Payment Plan. Application available at
3. Pay with additional Loans. More information available at or email or call the Financial Aid Office: (503) 375-7006
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.

Please stop by Financial Services during business hours on the first floor of Schimmel. We would be happy to assist you!!



Do we have your interest? Want to see first-hand where theses significant works of literature were birthed? You can! Join Drs. Tennant, Kersey, and Baker, along with other students, alumni, and friends on a fantastic journey to England and Scotland. Great Britain tour, May 2015… it’s fantastic… it’s epic… and it’s affordable, even for the most “delicate” of budgets! Need more info.? Contact Sam Baker.


Need some Reach questions answered?

Go to Converge, My Courses, Reach. You will find nearly all of your questions answered there. In the meantime, here are a few FAQs:

1. Can I still submit summer Reach work? Yes, go to Converge and read about how you do that. Summer work due by 9-26-2014.
2. Do I need to get “approval” before I register a project? No, just submit (upload) a Project Registration Form through Converge for your Fall 2014 – Spring 2015 Reach work. As long as you are volunteering (not getting paid) at a non-profit organization (includes churches), you’re good to go. If a project is submitted that doesn’t fit these parameters, you will be contacted by email.
3. How do I know how many Reach projects I have completed and how many I have left to do? View your “grade” on the Reach page of Converge. There are four projects for Reach. If you’ve completed one, the grade for that will read “complete.” If you’ve registered for one, but haven’t completed it yet, your grade will read “incomplete.” If you haven’t registered for one, your grade will be blank. If you suspect that your Reach “grade” record is not accurate, it might be because you have outstanding summer work to turn in (due by September 26th). If not, please email our office.


Open Mic Night is back!!!

When?: Tuesday September 16, 2014. 9:00PM-11:00PM

Where?: In the coffee shop.

How?: Sign up for a 15 minute time slots (on the sign up sheet located on the counter in the coffee shop) as soon as possible.

What?: You can sing, recite poetry, play musical instruments etc.


Tailgating and Smores!

Bring your car, truck, van, bike or moped to the Lumberjack Field next Saturday, Sept. 20th for an evening of tailgating, campfires, and smores! The event starts at 7:00 PM.

Brought to you by CLT Public Engagement.

Attention students- FREE gift cards!

You like free things and we like your photos! Let’s get together and make each other happy. Submit photos to with the subject line “PHOTOS for CARDS” (from your Corban email) and we’ll keep track. If we use YOUR photo in a publication/email/etc. we’ll pop a gift card in the mail to you! What are we looking for? The cool stuff we see floating around on FB and Instagram… seriously, you guys are talented! Send ‘em our way!

Questions? Email Heidi at or Beka at


Professor Trull Speaks to NW Pastors & Wives!

Greg Trull wonderfully represented Corban University and School of Ministry at the annual BNN (Baptist Network Northwest) Pastors and Wives Conference at Cannon Beach this week. (Dr. Tim Anderson described it as “suffering for the Lord at the beach”) There was a great response and appreciation from those in attendance.


 CLT Student Initiatives presents…

Triple Ten Devos!

Who we are: We’re different than a typical campus Bible study. Triple Ten Devos consists of students gathering for both personal devotions, and a time of sharing God’s Word with each other.

What we do: Each Triple Ten gathering is split into three parts:
1. Ten minutes of personal Bible reading
2. Ten minutes of journaling/praying
3. Ten minutes of sharing what we read with each other

When: 8:00-8:30 PM, every Tuesday night.

Where: The Library, South Solarium