Corban University is looking for the next generation of students who will make a difference in the world for Jesus Christ.
The University seeks students who are able to present strong academic records and a clear testimony of faith in Jesus Christ.
The Admissions Committee also evaluates each applicant’s ability to succeed in college and agreement with the Statement of Faith and lifestyle policy of the University.
You are a First-Year Student if…
- You’ve graduated from high school.
- You have not enrolled in college after your high school graduation.
If you took advanced placement (AP) courses or completed college-level classes before you graduated from high school but not after you graduated, you are still considered a first-year student.
If you’ve taken college courses after high school, you’re a transfer student. Click here to learn more about transfer admissions.
First-Year Student Admission Requirements
- Free Application
- Personal Faith Statement
Briefly describe your personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
- Christian Character Reference
Typically, this is a leader in your church who has known you for at least a year and is familiar with your Christian faith. Your reference must not be a relative.
- High School GPA
You’ll need your current, cumulative GPA to apply. We recommend a 2.7 or higher. After you graduate, have your high school send an official final transcript to Corban.Homeschool students: click here for more info and a sample transcript.
- Official College Transcripts (if applicable)
If you have taken any college courses while in high school, have your college transcripts sent to Corban so we can apply the credits toward your Corban degree. Click here for our transcript evaluation tool to see how those credits will transfer!
NOTE: SAT, ACT, or CLT scores are not required for admission or financial aid.
You already have a Corban admissions counselor ready to answer any questions you have about applying or Corban! Click here to find your counselor.
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