Come by Student Life this afternoon from 2:00-4:30 for FREE – HOT – POPCORN!!!



When? February 8th &9th
I know many of you are excited to learn HOW to become a host for Corban Experience. Well, my friends, I have good news. The host application is now live and I am just WAITING to hear from you! Here is the link: https://inside.corban.edu/visit/corban-experience/host.
Take this time to reflect back on your own Corban Experience weekend, and how can you can make it memorable for someone else beginning their college journey. I am getting registrations left and right, and I can’t wait to let God lead me in pairing them up with their awesome hosts (that would be YOU!). Let me have an opportunity to bless you, as you bless someone by opening your “home” and sharing your encouragement about college life! If you have any questions at all, please feel free to email me: mfahlgren@corban.edu


L.A. Missions (Spring Break) WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT!

We invite you to partner with us in one or more areas:

1. PRAYER — Prayer is vital. Please pray for our hearts to be
prepared and open to the leading of the Holy Spirit. Pray that
the Lord would use us in a mighty way as we serve.

2. DONATE BAKED GOODS — We will be selling staff and faculty
made baked goods at the “Mr. VG Competition” on January 27. Email
Seth Henry to sign up or for more information.

3. HIRE A STUDENT WORK TEAM — Need work done around your home? Let us do it for you. Donations are gladly accepted.

More info about the mission trip: Corban students have an awesome opportunity to serve the Lord in Los Angeles to work with the Dream Center over spring
break. The Dream Center provides medical programs, hunger relief,
homeless housing, job skills training, Bible studies,
rehabilitation programs, among other things to the broken in the
Los Angeles area. Students will be working alongside the Dream
Center to help run the various ministries they provide at their

Thank you for however you choose to support us. Warmly in Christ, the giver of life, hope, peace, and salvation,
L.A. Missions Team



Our guest speaker will be Dr. Bill Senyard


Dr. Bill Senyard, author, speaker and pastor, lives in the front range of the Rocky Mountains near Denver. He has pastored churches in British Columbia and Eastern Pennsylvania and is now the pastor of Lookout Mountain Community Church (Golden, Colo.). He is the author of Fair Forgiveness (2014), Cupology 101: A Biblical Theology of Forgiveness (2012), and The Kiss of God (2010, co-authored with Colleen Pepper). He is also a contributor to Tyndale’s Holy Bible: Mosaic (2009). He earned a Doctorate of Ministry at Biblical Theological Seminary (Hatfield, Pa.) and a M.Div. at Regent College (Vancouver, BC) after a 15-year business career. He also has an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management and a B.S. from LSU in Chemical Engineering. Visit www.Facebook.com/cantforgive.com for more information about Bill’s newest and arguably most important book.

forgiveness fair


good health


If you haven’t yet experienced this years flu, you may in the coming weeks!
• Wash your hands with soap a lot! And use your towel to turn off the water.
• Stay away from friends who have a cough, fever, or other signs of flu.
• Every dorm has over the counter medications in the white boxes, near the kitchens (cough drops, cold and flu medicine, etc.).
• Get lots of rest and drink fluids (sounds simple, but is the best way to overcome in a short amount of time).
Don’t go to class sick! Tell your professors you are sick, they will listen.



Are you interested in being a part of ASB Leadership for the 2015-2016 school year? Did you miss Chapel on Wednesday? Are you confused what by what people are talking about with the changes to ASB? Follow this link: http://asb.corban.edu/the-new-corban-asb/, stop by the ASB office to talk to an officer, and/or pick up an application in Student Life!!



Students of Corban! Major changes have occurred for how student activities will be working next year! Hopefully you were in chapel to hear the explanation.

As it pertains to activities: all large scale ASB activities (Beach Party, Barn Party, Talent Show, etc.) starting next year will be ran by the Student Activities Board.

Activity Positions:

Student Activities Board (10 positions available): The Student Activities Board is a leadership team comprised of juniors and seniors living on campus who complement the Student Leadership Team by providing students with opportunities for meaningful connection and unique experiences through large scale events.

Student Director of Activities (1 position available) : The Student Director of Activities is responsible for facilitating all campus activities for the Corban Student Body. They work closely with the Student Activities Board, and handle communication with campus departments and personnel regarding campus activities.

Come by Student Life and pick up an application if activities interest you!



Please remember to write your name and address for the return address on all your outgoing mail. See example below.
If there is no return name or address, it will not be mailed.

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Adding/Dropping Classes: You have until today, January 16th to add/drop classes from your spring schedule. Please check your schedule in SIS to make sure that it is correct. If not, you should be able to make adjustments to your schedule online. After today you will be allowed to drop courses with a $10 fee per class. Course change cards will be available for you in the Registrar’s Office.

Grad Finale: Are you graduating this year? Watch your mailbox for more information coming soon about Grad Finale. To be held on Thursday, February 19th from 2:30 – 6:30 pm in the Emitte Center. This will be an opportunity to pick up your cap and gown, graduation tickets, order graduation announcements, class rings, meet our graduation photographer, learn more about alumni and career services, the ABS banquet and much, much, more…DON’T MISS THIS!!!!



TONIGHT – Friday, January 16
‘GOLD OUT’ NIGHT! Warrios vs. The College of Idaho
-Women tipoff at 5:30pm; Men tipoff at 7:30pm
First 300 students will receive a free commemorative Gold Corban Warrior t-shirt
Cadmar, the first-ever Warrior mascot, will be unveiled prior to the start of the men’s basketball game.

Saturday, January 17
-Warriors vs. Eastern Oregon University Basketball
-Women tipoff at 5:30pm; Men tipoff at 7:30 pm
-Games will be broadcasted on CCTV



Need just a little extra boost to motivate you to register for Reach?  Email vgeer@corban.edu to set up a quick advising appointment.  You’ll be done in 15 minutes or less!


That Thing You Do

Next Wednesday and Thursday night are the Talent Show auditions so start preparing your talents!! Check your emails for more information!! Follow this link to sign up for a time: http://asb.corban.edu/activities/talent-show-sign-ups/?sheet_id=1.


Developing your Cultural Intelligence Workshop

What do you do when you encounter someone who is different than you? How do you feel? What goes on inside of you? As Christians we need be able to understand other cultures to communicate and work effectively within various cultural groups. We have so much in common! Living, dying, eating, sleeping, caring for our familes, looking for meaning and purpose. Yet, there is so much that is different!

Join us in the Emitte Center, Schimmel Hall
Saturday, March 7, 2015
9:00 am- 3:00pm

Questions? Contact Janine Allen, Corban University Dean of Global Initiatives
If you plan to attend the CQ Workshop, please send an RSVP to Kelli Bennet: kbennet@corban.edu.