CONGRATULATIONS on your acceptance to Corban University!
You have chosen a great place to spend your college years. You will meet the most caring and supportive staff, coaches, and faculty around. You will study and then study some more. You will form friendships that will last a lifetime. Your faith will be challenged and strengthened.
All of us at Corban are excited to see how the Lord works in and through you as you prepare to make a difference in the world for Jesus Christ.
Corban University remains focused on creating an on-campus environment where students can flourish while minimizing health risks. Check our COVID-19 FAQ page for ongoing updates.
Here’s what to expect (and what to do!) to get ready for your Corban adventure.
Accept your admission to Corban
We’ve said yes to you…now it’s your turn to say yes to Corban! After you have been admitted, you have two important things to do in your application portal:
- View your decision letter. You’ll find this by clicking “View Update” under the Status Update section at the top of the page after you log in.
- Accept your offer of admission. Click “Admission Reply” under the Forms section of the Status Page on your portal. Note: You will not see this option until you have viewed your decision letter!
Submit tuition and housing deposits
Reserve your place at Corban by depositing as soon as possible. Once you deposit, you will be able to register for classes and receive your housing assignment.
Register for classes
Every new student is assigned to a faculty advisor who will help you register for classes. Your advisor will reach out to you when it is your turn to register. You can check out our program overviews for each major to get an idea of the classes you might take.
Freshmen will also be part of a Freshman Seminar group your first semester, led by your freshman advisor and a student from your area of study.
Plan for tuition payment
Check in with Student Accounts to discuss payment options and create a plan for your remaining tuition and fees after financial aid. We offer a variety of options to make your Corban education an affordable opportunity.
Submit Housing Request & Meal Plan Selection
Corban has four residence halls, with single, double, and even quad rooms available depending on your preference and availability. Submit the Admit Housing Survey (required for on-campus housing) to receive your housing and roommate assignment.
On-campus students will also select a meal plan as part of the Admit Housing Survey. Changes can be made to your meal plan selection until the close of Fall registration. Corban offers a variety of meal plan options that let you choose how many times a week you would like to access the dining hall. Commuter students have the option (but are not required) to choose a Block Plan and may do so at Warrior Welcome.
Receive Roommate and Residence Hall Assignments
Housing assignments will be made for deposited students who have submitted their housing form. We encourage you to contact your roommate before you arrive to start getting to know each other.
Log into your Corban student account and email
After you deposit, you will receive log-in instructions at the email address we have on file for you. All email communication regarding housing, classes, and financial services will go to your new Corban email address over the summer, so it’s important to check this account regularly.
Have your final official high school transcript or college transcripts sent to Corban.
These items are required before classes starts.
Read through Corban’s Community Life Walkthrough
This is the Corban student handbook that will tell you everything you need to know about life as a Corban student and what to expect as part of the Corban community.
Submit Student Life forms
Complete Student Information Release (FERPA)
The Student Information Release allows you to authorize your parents or others to receive information about your academic records and student account. You can make this designation in Populi. Find details and instructions here.
Start shopping for textbooks
Textbook lists will be available in Populi, our student information system, after you have been registered for classes. You may purchase books from any retailer. Textbooks are not available for purchase on campus.
Register your vehicle or opt-out of a parking permit
If you will be bringing a car to campus, register for a parking permit before you arrive. Parking permits are $35 per semester, per vehicle. After you complete the registration, your permit sticker will be sent to your campus mailbox.
If you will NOT be bringing a vehicle to campus, you must complete this form to opt-out of the parking permit. The permit fee is automatically charged to your account but will be removed after you complete this form.
Apply for Jobs on Campus
Corban has a number of on-campus jobs open to students. If you are interested in working on campus, explore our student employment opportunities. Be sure to bring valid, original identification documentation to campus with you in order to complete an I-9 form before you start working.
Pack Your Things
- Each on-campus student will be supplied with a bed, desk, desk chair, and dresser or wardrobe in their room. For more information on what to bring, check out our Residence Hall Packing List.
- Room cost includes free laundry facility use.
- If you plan to work on our near campus, don’t forget to bring identification for filling out a Form I-9, such as a passport or driver’s license AND social security card. You must have the original identification (no copies). Check out current on-campus job openings or explore off-campus opportunities through Handshake.
Arrive at Corban for Warrior Welcome, August 27, 2022
Warrior Welcome is Corban’s new student orientation and will begin on August 27, 2022! Your family is invited to join you for this event as you get settled into life at Corban. Visit the Warrior Welcome page for more details and to RSVP!