First Week of October…and alot going on!!!

Changes to Campus Health Services

Although Corban has had to say goodbye to our campus nurse, health services resources are still available to you! We have created a page of community resources ( to help you locate medical support off campus. When health issues impact class attendance, students are encouraged to communicate this information directly to their faculty who will reach out to Student Life personnel if needed.
If you have further questions, please email Pam Standridge, Director of Wellness Services, or contact her at 503.375.7177.



If you want to know the answer to this one, you’ll have to experience it first-hand on the Great Britain Academic Tour – May 2015. Trust us when we say, “Great Britain has some of the most fascinating culinary delights in the world!” You will experience cuisine beyond the imagination—things like: Fish and Chips, Bangers and Mash, Crisps, Pasties, Toad in the Hole, Bubble and Squeak, Welsh Rarebit, Cullen Skink, Stargazey Pie, Singing Hinnies (no jokes here…), Jam Roly Poly… and more! Deposits are now being taken for the trip, so don’t miss out on a truly amazing experience. For more information, please contact Sam Baker.


Warrior Athletic Events this Weekend!

Friday Oct. 3: Volleyball vs. Northwest Christian @7pm C.E. Jeffers Sport Center
Saturday Oct. 4: Softball Alumni Game @ 10:00 a.m. – Warrior Field
Saturday Oct. 4: XCountry, Bush Park, Salem, Men at 11:00 a.m., Women at 11:50 a.m.
Saturday Oct. 4: Women’s Soccer vs. Southern Oregon @1 p.m.- Warrior Field
Saturday Oct. 4: ‘Fifth Quarter’ @2:45 p.m. — Food, Alumni, Family in Grass Triangle between Soccer and Baseball Field
Saturday Oct. 4: Men’s Soccer vs. Warner Pacific @4 p.m. – Warrior Field


Red Cross Blood Drive

The blood drive is coming up this Thursday, October 9th! We are still looking for several donors who are available between 11am and 4pm. It would only take an hour of your time and your blood would be used to save someone’s life. Sign up by emailing Ben Maison or finding an ASB Officer.


“Will West Africa’s deadly Ebola outbreak turn into a pandemic?”

It’s global headline news every day now. Three Christian medical missionaries were on the front lines when the crisis hit. We have the privilege of hearing directly from one of those three doctors, Salem’s own Debbie Eisenhut MD. She is scheduled to speak in chapel on Monday, Oct. 13. Don’t miss it!

Debbie Eisenhut in action for Chapel


CAPITAL PUNISHMENT – What should Christians do with a murderer?

Is capital punishment an appropriate Christian response to murder? Does the American justice system foster reconciliation? Come to the Psalm Center Wednesday, October 8th at 7:00 p.m. to hear Professor James D. Slack, Director of the Master of Public Administration Program at Regent University, discuss the crime and execution of Jack Harrison Trawick. Extra credit may be available in ATC &WTC classes for attendance (ask your instructor). Professor Slack’s discussion will be based on his book, Abortion, Execution and the Consequences of Taking Life.


Dean’s Reception -Tuesday, October 7th from 7-8:30 p.m.

Griff Lindell, Dean of the Hoff Schooll of Business invites you to an evening complete with Refreshments – Games – Prizes – GRAND PRIZE DRAWING FOR AN iPAD!!! (You must be a registered Corban student & present at the reception to be eligible to win.) Business students are required to attend. When you arrive, please check in at the registration table, pick up your name tag & drop off your ticket to be entered in the drawing. Seniors: host a table & get an extra ticket! To host, email Katelyn Dixon.



  • Friday, October 10th: No classes: Study Day
  • Freshman: Final high school transcripts are needed in the Registrar’s Office. If we haven’t received yours you were notified via e-mail. We must have your transcript prior to the start of spring semester registration, otherwise you will not be allowed to register for classes.
  • 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 7th. Pick up a course change card in the Registrar’s Office and pay the $10 fee to withdraw.
  • Graduating in 2014-15, but haven’t applied to graduate?: Stop by the Registrar’s Office to pick up a graduation application. Last day to submit your application is December 1, 2014.



Need help registering for a Reach project? Everything you need is on Converge, My Courses, Reach. Check it out, and it if you need additional help, please email Valerie Geer.


Student Life Desk Hours Have Changed

The Student Life reception desk will be staffed from 9am-5pm beginning Oct 6th?



Your October Tuition Statement should have reached you by Corban email this week!

• If you have questions regarding the information on your statement visit to access your Student Tuition Account. You can also drop by, reach us at (503)375-7030 or email
We would be happy to assist you.
• If you do not see your Financial Aid reflected on your statement, you may have documents missing. Stop by Financial Services, and a Financial Aid counselor would be happy to walk you through the steps you need to complete. You can also contact the Financial Aid Office at (503) 375-7006 or
• It is not too late to apply for a Monthly Payment Plan. Application available at
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 assessed on the 15th of each month.
This charge will begin on October 15th.

Financial Services is open Monday through Friday, between 9:00 and 4:00 on the first floor of Schimmel. We would be happy to assist you!!