We’ve simplified the process to apply to Corban! Our easy application means that in just 10 minutes, you could have your application submitted and be on your way to an admission decision.
If you’re an undergraduate student, there are no ACT or SAT scores, no academic reference, and no essay required, aside from a brief statement about your faith journey. If you have taken the ACT or SAT and would like to submit your scores, we’d love to see them, but they will not be required for admission or financial aid awards.
Graduate and online program applicants can also take advantage of our easy application, but additional references and essays may be required for certain programs.
Apply now for Fall 2022!
Before you get started, we recommend gathering a few pieces of information. Applicants for all programs will need:
- High school and/or college GPA (unweighted, cumulative). Corban recommends a minimum high school GPA of 2.7 (cumulative, unweighted) for undergraduate students, and a minimum college GPA of 3.0 for graduate students. The average GPA for first-time freshmen at Corban is 3.5. Official transcripts are not required for admission.
- The name and phone number or email address for a reference who is familiar with your Christian faith. It is recommended that this person be a leader in your church. Your reference should have known you for at least one year and must not be a relative.
ACT / SAT scores are not required for admission to Corban.
Ready? Apply now.
(Don’t worry—you can always save your work and come back to your application later. Check your email for a link back to your application after you get started.)
First-time freshmen as well as transfer, graduate, post-graduate, online, pre-college, and re-admit students should all start with this application.
Visit our Admission Requirements page for more information about applying as an undergraduate student.
Graduate, post-graduate, and online program students can learn more by visiting the page for your program of interest. You can start on our Majors & Programs page.
Our admissions counselors are also available to talk, text, or email about any questions or concerns you might have. Find your counselor.