FRIDAY CONTEST QUESTION:
Win $5 by being the first person to the Student Life desk with the correct answer…
How much time, altogether, has Valerie Geer spent in China?
EXCITING WARRIOR HAPPENINGS SATURDAY NIGHT!
The Corban men’s and women’s basketball teams play in their final regular-season home games on Saturday night! Women tipoff at 5:30 p.m., and the men tipoff at 7:30 p.m. Saturday is SENIOR NIGHT, so be sure to get there to cheer on their Warriors and see all of the Warrior seniors honored prior to the start of the men’s game!
Also, next Tuesday, February 24th, the Warrior women’s basketball team will host a CCC Tournament Quarterfinal game! Opponent and tipoff time are yet to be determined, so stay tuned on www.corbanwarriors.com!
DONUTS, TIL YOU GO NUTS!
In the ASB Office, after chapel until their gone!
ANNOUNCING 2015-16 ASB TEAM
President: Cecilee Russell
Executive Vice President: Mattias LaVoie
VP of Marketing and Communication: Brendan Dettwyler
VP of Ministries: Travis Carr
VP of Finance and Administration: Olivia Andvik
VP of Community Engagement: Micah Ropp
VP of Student Initiatives: Becky Peters
TUITION REMINDER FROM FINANCIAL SERVICES:
Spring Student Statements were sent to your Corban Email February 3rd.
If there is a balance due, and no Payment Plan is in place, please forward your tuition statement to your parents or the one(s) paying your tuition. It is your responsibility to make arrangements for the balance to be paid.
1. Pay in Full. If you choose this option visit https://sis.corban.edu to access your Student Tuition Account and make payments electronically.
2. Monthly Payment Plan. If you did not need a payment plan for Fall semester but need to set one up for Spring, drop by Financial Services and we would be happy to help you.
3. Pay with additional Loans. More information available HERE or contact the Financial Aid Office: (503) 375-7006 or EMAIL.
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. This fee was added on February 18th.
Please make payment arrangements to avoid further fees being added to your balance.
DEVELOPING YOUR CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE WORKSHOP
What do you do when you encounter someone who is different than you?
As Christians we need to be able to understand other cultures to communicate and work effectively. This workshop equips participants to improve their cultural intelligence, or CQ. Join us in the Emitte Center Saturday, March 7 from 9:00 am—3:30 pm. Please RSVP by February 20 to Kelli Bennett There is a $25 fee to cover the cost of the assessments.
REACH REMINDER TO GRADS:
Reminder for all Spring 2015 graduates: All Reach work is due by Friday, April 3, 2015. Email for questions, advising, or to schedule an appointment.
ART PROCESSING GROUP
An art processing group offers students a creative way to:
• Process feelings of stress and anxiety
• Gain insight about themselves
• Express themselves in a safe environment
March 3rd at 12:30 pm and meets
every Tuesday (except during Spring Break)
Location: Wellness Center in Davidson
Please email if interested
FROM THE REGISTRAR:
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.
DROPPING CLASSES: Please check online in SIS to make sure that your schedule is correct. If you need to drop a course, stop by the Registrar’s Office to pick up the necessary paperwork and pay the $10 fee per class dropped.
The following courses will be offered online summer semester 2015:
• ED 410: Philosophy of Education, 2 credits, June 1st – July 31st
• TH233: Biblical Worldview w/Dr. Kent Kersey, 3 credits, June 15th – July 17th
• BI105: Bible Study Methods w/Dr. Sam Baker, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
• BI432EO: NT Book Study, Ephesians w/Dr. Gary Derickson, 3 credits, July 20th – August 20th
*Cost per credit hour: $335 Tuition must be paid to the Corban University Business Office at the time of registration.
Pick up a course registration form in the Registrar’s Office.
A MESSAGE FROM FINANCIAL AID:
Applications are now being accepted for the 2015 Great Lakes National Scholarship Program, which awards up to 750 scholarships of $2,500 each to qualifying majors in science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) disciplines. Learn more.
PARKING REGULATIONS- Direct from the Campus Safety page
• All students, staff and faculty must register any vehicles they drive, including motorbikes
• Students are restricted from parking on Western Way including in front of Schimmel Hall from 7 am to 5 pm Monday-Friday.
• Resident students are required to park in their residence hall parking lot at all times.
• Commuter students are not to park in designated residence hall parking.
Areas designated “visitor” are to be used only by visitors at all times.
UTAH SPRING BREAK MISSION TRIP
The Utah Spring Break Mission Trip is still fundraising for and is seeking out anybody who would like to donate to the trip in exchange for any work – yard work, cleaning, car washing… anything! Everything is donation based – the team is not asking to be paid hourly per person. Thank you so much considering!
If you have any questions about the trip or would like to schedule to have some work done before or after Spring Break in March, contact Katrina at email@example.com.
The CLT Public Engagement team is still looking for participants for the Poverty Simulation on Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015. By choosing to participate, you’re intending to:
-Increase your awareness of poverty
-Enhance your perspective and understanding of poverty
-Learn solutions to poverty and improve existing resources
The poverty simulation experience is designed to help participants begin to understand what it might be like to live in a typical low-income family trying to survive from month to month. It is a simulation, not a game. The object is to sensitize participants to the realities faced by low-income people. It will be an impactful and practical way of stirring hearts to serve those living in poverty.
For more information, contact Katrina Aman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Say So Long to Insecurity!
Overcoming insecurity through exploring identity. This processing group gives students an opportunity to:
~ Process feelings of insecurity and anxiety
~ Explore and expand their identity
~ Gain insight about themselves
~ Express themselves in a safe, non-judgmental environment
Group Begins on March 3 from 3:00 pm – 4:30 pm and meets in the Wellness Center every Monday, except during Spring Break.