Monthly Archives: June 2015

We miss you already, Warriors!

Whether you’re soaking up summer break or counting down the days to Fall semester, we hope you’re all making the most of your vacation!


You may not be on campus, but you can still show your Warrior pride! Take a photo wearing your favorite Corban gear on your vacation this summer. Post it to Instagram with #CorbanU between now and July 6th. We’ll randomly select 10 winners to receive a $5 Dutch Bros gift card!


Dominican Republic (May 12th – 19th)

The women’s basketball team experienced a life-changing, week-long mission trip in the Dominican Republic. On top of playing multiple games and teaching basketball to the youth at clinics throughout the country, the Warriors spread the Word of God through their actions and testimonies.
WBB Dominican Republic

Siguatepeque, Honduras (May 12th – 26th)

The Honduras S.O.S team—Emma Felzien, adjunct professor and team leader; and students Zane West, Alexandria Coleman, Marissa Raibley and Lana Waltosz—met up with Tim Blycker. The 6 of them served with two missionary families, volunteering in classrooms, after school programs, and churches. They built relationships with people in the city and shared the gospel in love.

Bamenda, Cameroon, Africa (May 14th – 30th)

Dr. Allen Jones and his wife Mandy, Emily Anderson, and Micah Ropp traveled to Cameroon in Africa, to continue their work of ministry. During their visit, the team was engaged in leading children’s and youth ministry, leading Bible studies, conducting street evangelism with church planters and serving at a hospital.

Bamenda, Cameroon

Cameroon Baptist Convention, Cameroon, Africa (May 14th – 30th)

Dr. Greg Trull taught the final class for the first-ever Corban cohort in Cameroon. He also met with leaders of three denominations to form a second training cohort for the pastors’ training school.

Cameroon Baptist Convention

Czech Republic (May 26th – June 10th)

Dr. Annette Harrison and a team of four students served the Lord in an area just north of Prague that is considered an “evangelical desert.” The team’s activities were designed to attract attention and to introduce people to evangelical Christians and church fellowship.

Cuba (June 1st – 9th)

The baseball team arrived in Cuba June 1st, on a one-of-a-kind mission trip. The Corban Warriors are the first-ever collegiate baseball team to travel to Cuba on a mission trip with the intent of sharing the gospel while playing the sport of baseball as well.

MBB Cuba


The Corban University Community Garden is in its first full season of production! If you would like to get involved with the Corban Community Garden this summer, ccome join our weekly work projects (contact Ben Pearson;!

  • Tuesdays 8:00am-10:00am
  • Wednesdays 5:00pm -7:00pm

Students have been instrumental in the inception, design, and programming of the garden.  It is designed as a place for students to learn organic gardening methods, inspire curiosity, foster community, and tangibly serve the Salem community by learning about the importance of healthy and beneficial food systems. A majority of the produce grown is planned for donation to Marion Polk Food Share. The garden is located on the grassy berm between the townhouses and baseball field.
Community Garden


Click here to find forms that will be required of you before the start of the upcoming 2015-2016 school year. You may turn them in via email, snail mail, or at check-in.