From: Student Life
Sent: Friday, April 26, 2013 12:23 PM
To: All Undergraduate Students; All Employees
Subject: The Last CORBAN CLIPS of Spring!
April 26, 2013
NO CHAPEL THIS WEEK.
CORBAN CHRISTIAN CAMP SCHOLARSHIP
Are you working at a Christian camp this summer? JUST in case they don’t pay you thousands upon thousands of dollars…consider applying for the Corban Christian Camp Scholarship. Where do you get it? Pick it up at the Welcome Desk starting Monday, March 18th. Questions? Email Heidi at firstname.lastname@example.org. (See camp employment opportunities at the end of the Clips ads.)
END THE YEAR AS A HERO!
Fly on over to the end of the year party at Lori Schilling's Barn (7315 Labish Center Rd. NE Salem, OR 97305) THIS SATURDAY April 27th from 4:00-10:00pm for dinner, inflatables, giant hamster balls, s'mores, worship and of course a huge FIREWORK show to end the year with a bang! Come dressed as your favorite Superhero! Gift cards will be given out to Corban student drivers if every seat is filled in the car, as parking space is limited. We (ASB) hope to celebrate a fantastic year with you!
The poetry & prose reading, as well as announcement of the poetry and short story contest winners, is Tuesday, April 30th at 7p.m in Emitte.
FROM THE BUSINESS OFFICE
Students, it is extremely important for you to keep us updated on your address. We will be occasionally mailing checks to you, and we would like it to go to the right place—the first time. A simple way to see where your check will go is to look at the address on your 1098T form.
Corban’s Admissions team is excited to continue representing Corban by visiting churches over the summer! If you attend a church locally or back home that may open their doors to a Corban representative, let us know! We’ve been known to throw some huge pizza parties, craft state-of-the art root beer floats, throw out free t-shirts, provide donuts for Sunday school, and share about what this university offers… not a bad deal for the church. And if we visit your church, you will receive a $10 iTunes Gift Card for the referral. Help US help Corban U.!
ATTENTION CAMP OR ENTHUSIASTIC PEOPLE! TWO CAMP JOB OPPORTUNITIES HERE…..
- Are you looking for some extra work this May and don’t start working until June? Do you want to earn money while teaching kids about nature & having fun? Do you want to earn a Corban Christian Camp Scholarship as well? Contact email@example.com to become a counselor for Outdoor School at Canyonview Camp! Work 1 to 4-day overnight camps! Nine outdoor schools to choose from! For all info you’ll need, call 503-508-3113 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you’re looking for a place to serve, but don’t have the whole summer, The Dunes Bible Camp is looking for you! Choose one or all of the following dates: Primary Camp (1-3 grade) – June 21-24 / Junior Camp (4-6 grade) – June 24-30 / Middle School Camp (7-8 grade) – July 22-27 / High School Camp ( 9-12 grade) – July 7-13. This opportunity would also qualify you for the Corban Campu Scholarship! To apply, please visit www.dunebiblecamp.com If you have any questions, please see Heidi Stowman (email@example.com) or Rachel Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Both of Corban’s baseball and softball teams will be honoring their seniors on Saturday during their final home games of the season! The Warrior baseball program will honor nine seniors that will be putting on the Corban uniform for the final time in front of the home fans beginning at 12:40 p.m. on Warrior Field. At the opposite end of the SportsPlex, Corban’s nationally-ranked softball team will be honoring eight seniors that have helped turn the program into a national powerhouse, immediately following the conclusion of Saturday’s double header against Northwest. Be sure to come down and cheer on both teams in their final home games of the regular season.
CCC TITLE ON THE LINE FOR WARRIOR BASEBALL
On Friday, No. 9-ranked Corban will take on No. 19-ranked Concordia with the Cascade Collegiate Conference regular season title on the line. If the Warriors either sweep or earn a split with the Cavaliers, then they will be the regular season champions and earn the right to host the conference tournament (May 2-3) as the top seed. The afternoon double header begins at 2:00 p.m. so be sure to come out early to get a good seat and watch the excitement happen.
MARCH TOWARD NAIA HISTORY
Senior softball player Stephanie Nippert is one swing away from becoming the NAIA’s all-time career home run record holder, as the fourth-year Warrior currently has 76 career home runs and is tied with former Lubbock Christian three-time All-American Kim Frazier. Stephanie has four games this weekend at home where she can break the record so be sure not to miss any of the exciting action this weekend on Warrior Field.
Congratulations to seniors Stephanie Nippert and Derek Legg on being named Female and Male Athletes of the Year, as well as Liane DeHart and Jacob Kopra on being named Senior Scholar-Athletes of the Year earlier this week at the Athletic Awards Dessert!
NOTE FROM NURSE JANIE:
Please return any equipment from the Health Office that you have finished using (reusable ice packs, crutches). Thank you.
RETURNING CAMPUS KEYS
If you are a student on campus who has checked out keys from Campus Care (whether for a job on campus or a medical need to use the elevator), those keys are due back to Campus Care by April 26. If for some reason you need your key during finals or have any other questions, please email email@example.com.
FROM THE MAIL ROOM! (your favorite spot on campus!)
Soon you will be leaving Corban for the summer break. Whether graduating, returning to Corban, attending a different college, getting married or just not sure, you will need to fill out a Forwarding Address Form for summer break. These forms will be available in the mail room the week of April 8th. All students need to fill one out, or your mail will be returned to sender.
Also! The mail room now has a Facebook page! Go to our page, “Corban University Mail Room,” for information, current ongoing contests, and quotes. Feel free to leave a comment, a Corban Meme, anything you want!
ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME IN ISRAEL AND SINAI
Join Dr. Tim Anderson and Dr. Greg Trull for an incredible study tour of the Holy Land. You’ll see Scripture come to life as you experience the places where biblical history was made. You’ll stand where Moses stood, explore where the spies explored, and swim where Jesus walked. Don’t miss it! For more info, contact Dr. Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr. Trull (email@example.com).
Yearbooks can be picked up Mon-Thursday, April 29-May 2 in Pavilion under Common Grounds. EVERY STUDENT ENROLLED IN CORBAN HAS PAID FOR A YEARBOOK WITH YOUR TUITION. Come pick up yours between 9 a.m and 5 p.m.
FROM THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE
FINALS WEEK SCHEDULE SPRING 2013: April 29th – May 2nd: http://www.corban.edu/calendars/finals.html
RESCHEDULING A FINAL: If you need to reschedule a final pick up a rescheduling form in the Registrar’s Office. Rescheduling finals is an option only with unavoidable emergency, if you have two exams scheduled at the same time or more than three exams in one day.
COMMENCEMENT 2013: Saturday, May 4th: 2:00 pm, Salem Armory Auditorium.
- Graduates will need to be at the Armory by 12:15 pm to participate in rehearsal.
- Doors will open at 1:00 pm for all other guests.
For more information about commencement visit our website: http://www.corban.edu/commencement/index.html.
- If you haven’t picked up your cap and gown please stop by the Registrar’s Office before commencement.
REGISTRATION FOR FALL SEMESTER CLASSES:
Students before you leave for summer break please make sure that you have met with your advisor and that you have scheduled your classes for fall semester.
SUMMER UNDERGRADUATE ONLINE COURSE OFFERINGS: Register Now!
- BI432GJ: NT Book Study, The Gospel of John w/Dr. Gary Derickson, 2 credits, May 13th – June 7th
- TH202: Baptist Heritage w/Dr. Tim Anderson, 2 credits, June 10th – July 5th
- BI432EO: NT Book Study, Ephesians w/Dr. Gary Derickson, 2 credits, July 8th – August 2nd
Summer courses must be prepaid at time of registration. Cost is $335 per credit hour. Enrollment forms are available in the Registrar’s Office.
FINANCIAL AID REMINDERS
Our 2013-14 Church Matching application due date is Aug.15th. Pick one up in the Financial Aid Office or download it at www.corban.edu/financialaid.
LIBRARY Finals Week Hours, April 28-May 5 Summer Hours
Sunday 3:00 pm-1:00 am Monday, Wednesday-Friday: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Monday - Wednesday 7:45 am - 11:00 pm Tuesday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday 7:45 am - 6:00 pm Closed Weekends & Holidays
Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (Additional Hours by Appointment)
Saturday & Sunday CLOSED
FOR FULL GAME SCHEDULE OF ATHLETIC EVENTS PLEASE VISIT WWW.GOWARRIORSGO.COM
April 26 Fri. Corban Softball vs. Concordia @HOME (DH) 2 p.m., 4 p.m.
April 27 Sat. Corban Baseball vs. George Fox @HOME 1 p.m.
Corban Softball vs. Northwest Univ. @HOME (DH) 11 a.m., 1 p.m.
End of Year Party at Schilling Barn 4-10 p.m.
April 30 Tue. Poetry & Pros Reading in Emitte 7 p.m.
by Nathan Geer, Director of Residence Life
As many are now aware, Student Life is going through some deep change here at Corban. We are losing both our Vice President (Nancy Hedberg) and our Director of Counseling (Stephanie Husk). Prior to these announcements we had decided to change our Residence Life structure. Betsey Jaskilka will be departing from her role as RD of Aagard, and with that every other RD role is changing.
Here is a brief breakdown of Res Life as it will look this upcoming fall:
Katy Drake will be Area Coordinator of Farrar and Aagard.
Casey Van Dyk will be Area Coordinator of Balyo and Davidson.
Nicole Pearson will be Area Coordinator of PVG.
Ben Pearson will become the Assistant Director of Student Programs, which means he will advise ASB and assist in the planning of all events and mission trips that are student initiated. He will also be assisting our student leader training to increase the experiential learning components.
Eugene Edwards will be moving out to the town houses and will provide support for our commuter population including the research and development of programming. In addition he will manage all housing processes and direct the CLT program. Basically, he’ll be a busy guy with impact in a lot of areas!
Each of these individuals is key to the success of Student Life and while we are pained at the loss of those mentioned earlier, it is a blessing that those who remain have all accepted these changes with grace and excitement for the future. Change is never easy. However, when approached as an opportunity, it can be a very invigorating experience. There are exciting days ahead for Student Life here at Corban. Our mission remains constant. Our goal is that these changes provide greater opportunity for us to educate students who make an impact in the world for Jesus Christ.