ASB HAS TONS OF STUFF GOING ON….
WELCOME BACK! We hope you are having a great first week of classes!
Here’s what is happening…
WELCOME BACK DANCE PARTY!!
Come to PVG’s lobby TONIGHT at 8:30pm.
There will be dancing, snacks, photo booth, arts and games and Super Smash Bros.
WELCOME BACK CONCERT!
Who: JWHITE BAND
When: This Saturday! 7pm!
Where: Psalm Center!
If you have any questions in regards to the changes coming on ASB, or if you are interested in being a part of ASB next year, come and talk to us. Applications will be available at the Student Life desk on Wednesday after the ASB chapel.
LifePath is a recovery program designed to help people get out of areas that they’ve been stuck in. These groups are conducted as a ministry of Salem Alliance Church. Group topics range from self-esteem issues to grief, loneliness, anger, and more. Some last for 8 weeks and some are ongoing throughout the year. Registration is affordable ($20) and scholarships are available for those in need of assistance.
Corban student Alex Gowan will be co-facilitating a group on women’s sexual integrity with Stephanie Husk starting in January. For more information go to: http://www.salemalliance.org/connect/restorationlifepath/8-week-groups
Testimonial: I took an 8-week course this last semester on the topic of connection, communication, and boundaries and I learned SO much. Some of my favorite things about LifePath are the unique and focused group setting, the wide range of ages in people who attend, and the Spirit-saturated atmosphere. The Lord does amazing work there.
Important message from the Financial Aid Office
Complete your 2015-16 FAFSA!
Complete it by January 15th to be eligible for the most aid possible. Questions? Contact Financial Aid! Schimmel Room 107 – 503-375-7006 – firstname.lastname@example.org
(We will be closed for chapel on M, W, and F, from 9:55-10:50)
FROM THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE:
Adding/Dropping Classes: Students please verify your Spring semester class schedule in SIS. You have until Friday, January 16th to add/drop classes from your spring schedule without a fee. After the 16th you may drop classes up through the 10th week of the semester with a course drop fee.
FROM THE REACH OFFICE:
Did you do Reach service over Christmas Break? If you finished your 40 hours, please make sure to upload your one-page reflection paper through the appropriate “Project #” on the Reach page of Converge (look under “My Courses” to find Reach). Also, please remember to download the Supervisor Evaluation form and email it to your supervisor so s/he can email it back directly to email@example.com. You will receive an email notifying you when these documents have been processed and your project is “complete.”
If you started to serve over Christmas Break, but didn’t finish all 40 hours, don’t worry! You have a full year to finish a Reach project (unless you are a graduating senior—then it’s due by the first Friday in April). You can return during Spring or Summer break, finish up those hours, and make sure your remaining documents are submitted.
Lost & Found
Lost and Found will be displayed through Monday (January 13th) in front of the Emitte Center until 4:30 p.m. After that it will be boxed up and taken to a local charity. Please stop by and pick up your stuff before then.
Would you like to be a Resident Assistant for the 2015-16 Academic Year?
Applications are now available. Pick up yours in the Student Life Office. Applications are due Friday January 24th at 5:00pm.
Welcome back! We are under a new year, which means another chance for the new you!
Make this year count. We are eager to see you staying active, working out, playing hoops, running, walking, joining a team, going on a hike, or whatever else you choose!
Let us know how we can help. Get involved! It all starts tonight.
Click here for all our spring programming, calendars and intramural registrations.
In advance, thanks for checking in at the front entrance when using the facility for recreational reasons.
MLK Service Day 2015
All students are invited to participate in one of many different service projects around Salem on Monday, January 19, 2015. This is a great opportunity for Corban to go into the Salem community to serve as a unified student body.
There are two different shifts available for sign ups:
Morning Shift (generally 8:00-12:00)
Afternoon Shift (generally 12:00-4:00)
Students, staff, & faculty are all welcome to choose a service project and sign-up! These Sign-ups are posted in the Student Life hallway.
If you’re curious about some of the organizations Corban is partnering with for the day, here’s just a few on the list:
-Union Gospel Mission
-City of Salem Parks
-Marion Polk Food Share
-Historic Deepwood Estate
-Corban Community Garden
Looking forward to a great day of service together!
DO YOU WANT TO MAKE A CHANGE TO YOUR MEAL PLAN THIS SEMESTER?
Stop by the Student Life office, or email to make a change. But move quickly, no changes can be accepted after the close of Registration, January 16th.