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Corban University

School of Ministry Tuition and Aid

Tuition and Fees

GRADUATE MINISTRY COST PER CREDIT $395
APPLICATION FEE $50
TUITION DEPOSIT $200
TECHNOLOGY FEE $40
GRADUATION FEE $160

 

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Alumni Scholarship

Graduate students who have previously completed any undergraduate, licensure, or other graduate program at Corban University, Western Baptist College, or Northwest Baptist Seminary are eligible for the Alumni Scholarship. This scholarship will cover 20% of tuition costs for your Corban University graduate program, and is available to students starting a graduate program in Summer 2020 Session A and forward.

This scholarship may not be combined with any other Corban scholarships or promotions. Graduate Assistants are not eligible for this scholarship.

Ministry Matching Scholarship

Corban University’s Ministry Matching Scholarship was developed to encourage churches and Christian organizations to provide corporate scholarship support for their students involved in higher education. Corban will match up to $250 per semester, up to $500/yr, at a ratio of 1:2 for each dollar provided. Example: If the church/organization sponsors a Corban University School of Ministry graduate student for $500, Corban will provide an additional $250 to be applied toward tuition expenses.

Download the Ministry Matching Scholarship Form.

Federal Student Aid

To find out what types of federal student aid you qualify for, your first step is to fill out the FAFSA. The Corban University FAFSA code is 001339.

Oregon Student Access Commission

Oregon students may qualify for state-specific scholarships and grants. Oregon Student Access Commission

Military Benefits

Take advantage of Tuition Assistance, the GI Bill®, and VA benefits.

U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs

Military.com

‘‘GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.”

Employer Educational Assistance

Check with your employer about tuition benefits for employees. Many employers have tuition assistance or tuition reimbursement plans.

Payment Plan

Talk to the Corban Financial Services Office about making monthly payments on your student account instead of paying your tuition in a one lump sum at the beginning of each semester.

For more information on paying for your education, read our Top 10 Ways to Fund Your Education ebook.