Monthly Archives: November 2017

From the Office of the Registrar

Final Exams: December 11-15, 2017

To view the final exam schedule online:

Rescheduling an Exam:

If you need to reschedule an exam please come by the Registrar’s office and pick up a “Rescheduling a Final Exam” form.  Reasons for rescheduling: Two exams at the same hour, Four exams in one day, Student illness/Family emergency, Documented disability.  * A fee is charged to cover the cost of monitoring a rescheduled final unless there is a conflict on the schedule.

Graduating this year and haven’t applied yet? Friday December 1st is the last day to apply.

If you did not apply to graduate last April, it is not too late.  Please come by the Registrar’s Office to pick up a graduation application.  Completed applications must be turned in by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, December 1, 2017.  Please be aware that a late fee does apply.

Spring Semester Registration:

All returning students should now be registered for spring semester courses prior to leaving for Christmas break.  If you have not registered, please meet with your advisor and get your registration access code.  All financial, Student Life and Registrar holds must be taken care of before you are allowed to register.

Graduates Mark Your Calendar!:

Grad Finale is coming on Thursday, February 15, 2018 form 2 – 6 p.m.  More information will be coming after the new year.  If you have specific questions about commencement, please visit our webpage:

Spring Semester Classes Begin:

Wednesday January 10, 2018 for all Traditional Undergrad students.



Textbook Donations

Wondering what you are going to do with some of your textbooks that you will not need this upcoming spring?  Want to find a good use for them?  Consider donating your used textbooks to the Corban University Library!  What will the library do with it?  The library began this fall semester (2017) putting some textbooks on reserve, making the few copies we have available to all students.  We will be doing the same this upcoming spring (2018) and we would love to add to our growing collection.  Donated textbooks will be placed on reserve (which means that students can check it out for 2-hours, enabling more students to get access to it) whenever a course utilizing that book for a required or recommended purchase is being offered.  This means that students will be able to get access to your donated text and may not have to purchase the text for a course.  If interested, textbooks can be dropped off at the library’s circulation desk.  Please contact Garrett Trott ( if you have any questions.