ASK ABBEY all your questions about life, tough decisions and wacky ideas. Emily Abbey will offer her hilarious and insightful advice once again this year in the Hilltop campus newspaper. Put any questions you have in her box in the coffee shop or email emilyabbey@corban.edu. Your name will remain anonymous.


Withdrawing from a class:
If you need to withdraw from a class, please stop by the Registrar’s Office to pick up a course change card.  Once you have the required signatures, please return the form to the Registrar’s Office with your $10 fee per class withdrawn.

Final High School and College Transcripts Due:

  • Students, if you are a freshman and have not sent in your final high school transcript, please put in your request now to have your transcript sent to the Registrar’s Office at Corban.
  • If you have taken classes at another university or college and have not had your final transcripts sent to Corban.  Please contact the schools registrar’s office and have your final official transcript mailed to the Registrar’s Office at Corban.

Graduating this year?
If you did not apply to graduate last April, it is not too late.  Pick up a graduation application in the registrar’s office and submit your paperwork before December 1, 2015.


As many of you have already experienced, the Mailroom began (9-14-15)  a new ID policy. Don’t worry it’s not to make your life miserable, really. It’s actually designed to make your mailroom experience easier (yours and my student workers) and to ensure we are doing our job and instilling good habits on your end….you should be carrying your ID with you while on campus at all times. I appreciate and thank all of you who are cooperating and understanding of our new policy. Please remember we won’t release any mail/packages unless you have your ID with you, even if we know you.

On another note, the winner of our first Mailroom contest was Heather Halfman.

The contest was to guess how many packages for students were delivered the first week of school without going over. There were a total of 1822! Heather came the closest without going over, 1729. Congratulations Heather!


CCC XC Preview Meet: Hosted on campus at Corban for the first time in 13 years! 5pm women’s race, 6pm men’s race! Be there to support the Warriors!

VBALL: Corban hosts Walla Walla University in the C.E. Jeffers Sports Center on Saturday night at 8:30pm! Warriors have won two-straight CCC contests.


Do you have a love/hate relationship with commas, semi-colons and apostrophes? Do your professors often note errors on your assignments? Do you know why “me” is NOT a bad word? When someone mentions grammar, do you automatically cringe at the term? If you could say yes to any of the above, the Corbanator may be just the thing you need. The Corbanator is a four-hour workshop that will help you with some of the basics of the English language, and you can earn one free credit by taking part in the workshop.

 If you are interested…
1) Sign up in the Registrar’s Office for EN 081.
2) Join the workshop every Thursday in October from 5-6 p.m.
3) Email Ellen Kersey (ekersey@corban.edu) with any particular requests you have for the workshop activities. And email her if you have any questions about the Corbanator.
4) Where — the room number will be announced later.


Who: You! (Yes, you reading this…)
What: Host a student over Corban Experience Weekend
Where: Your awesome dorm room!
When: November 8th-9th, 2015
Why: This is a chance to mentor a prospective student, share your own Corban journey, inspire higher education, win some cash, introduce campus culture, and eat pancakes at midnight… just to name a few!

The host application is in progress, so stay tuned for more details!

MAY 2016

Have you heard about our May 2016 Bible Lands Study Tour? Dr. Tim Anderson and Dr. Greg Trull are so excited to return to the Holy Land. We would love for you to join us! You can learn more at our ISRAEL TOUR INFORMATION MEETING in the EMITTE CENTER at 5:00 PM TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22. Don’t Miss it!

 Let us tell you a little about where we are going. We’ll travel to southern Israel where we will experience places like the Dead Sea, Masada, and Qumran.  In that area we will have camel ride into the desert like Abraham for an overnight with Bedouins. We will then move to northern Israel and Galilee. Highlights will include Capernaum, Caesarea on the Sea and ancient Dan. We will also share worship together as part of a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee. Our tour will climax in Jerusalem, the heart of the Holy Land. History will surround us as we walk in the steps of David, Nehemiah and Christ. Our last day, we will retrace the final ministry, sacrifice and resurrection of Christ. We’ll move from His healing of the lame at the Pool of Bethesda, to the prayer in Gethsemane and on to Calvary and the Open Tomb. Unforgettable. These are just a few of the amazing places we will enjoy together. If you want to see more of the sites on the tour and extension, check out our info meeting or come see us personally.

Some basic tour info:
Cost:                $2095 + Airfare
Dates:              May 6-20
Payment         $250 tour deposit due with your registration (reserves your spot)
Schedule         November 6.

If you’re in Salem, come to our informational meeting on campus in the Emitte Center (2nd floor of Schimmel Hall) on Tuesday @ 5:00 PM. It’s the start of a fantastic adventure!

Greg Trull, Ph.D.                                Tim Anderson, Ph.D.
Dean, School of Ministry                  Professor of Theology
gtrull@corban.edu                            tanderson@corban.edu

Corban Clips Scholarship 9-18-15