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Tuition and Aid

Tuition and Fees

CORBAN ONLINE COST PER CREDIT $420
APPLICATION FEE $50
TUITION DEPOSIT $100
TECHNOLOGY FEE $40
GRADUATION FEE $130

Visit Scholarship

Ask us how you can qualify for a $500 scholarship by visiting campus.

Completion Scholarship

Complete your degree – earn a scholarship!

The Corban University Online Scholarship is designed to help you finish well. All Online Undergraduate students will be eligible to receive a scholarship covering the final 10% of their tuition, which could be up to $5,040.

How it works:

  • Apply to a Corban University Online program.
  • Once you are accepted and enrolled for the Fall 2018 semester, automatically qualify for the scholarship.
  • Start working toward your degree.
  • Receive a copy of your scholarship certificate by mail and by email after the fall class drop deadline, as long as you remain enrolled.
  • Keep your certificate!
  • Present your certificate to Corban’s Financial Aid department when you begin the final 10% of your Corban Online credits—usually your final semester. Your scholarship will be processed and added to your Financial Aid Award Letter.

Eligibility and Award Details

Federal Student Aid

To find out what types of federal student aid you qualify for, your first step is to fill out the FAFSA. Online students may qualify for the Pell Grant and both subsidized and unsubsidized student loans. The Corban University FAFSA code is 001339.

FAFSA

Oregon Student Access Commission

Oregon students may qualify for state specific scholarships and grants such as the Oregon Opportunity Grant. Oregon Student Access Commission

Military Benefits

Take advantage of Tuition Assistance, GI Bills, and VA benefits.

U.S. Department of Veteran’s Affairs

Military.com

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.