Corban is a great fit for homeschool students.
They love the small classes, belonging to a community of committed Christians, learning from talented and caring faculty, and having it all founded on a biblical worldview.
“Corban might be bigger than my home school group, but I could tell it had the same kind of small-town community, so the school being bigger just meant there were more people to meet and more opportunities to connect and grow. It was exactly what I needed.” – Joseph Elkins, Health Science ‘20`
Corban’s expert faculty will challenge you academically as you prepare for your career. They also take joy in serving as mentors and getting to know each student individually. They’ll be glad to talk to you anytime they’re available, whether you have a question on an assignment, need help finding an internship, or just want life advice.
With faculty support, Corban students are landing dream jobs, getting into graduate school, and pursuing the callings God has for them.
Learning doesn’t end when you leave the classroom, either. At Corban, some of your most profound learning experiences will happen off campus, whether on a mission trip overseas, at a nonprofit organization in your local community, or in a professor’s backyard sitting around the campfire.
Homeschool students choose Corban as a place where they can grow academically and spiritually. Every student (and faculty member) at Corban has made a personal commitment to follow Jesus.
You’ll be part of a small but deeply-connected community of believers where you can openly discuss your faith, ask difficult questions, and practice being a part of the body of Christ. In weekly chapels, residence hall Bible studies, and even casual gatherings with friends, you’ll be in an environment that emphasizes Christian community and fellowship as you learn and grow together.
At Corban, you’ll be challenged to ask questions, search for answers in God’s Word, and prepare to thrive as part of society while living for Christ.
From biology to media arts, biblical truth is integrated into each of our 50+ academic programs. You’ll also take Bible classes as part of your major and build a strong biblical foundation for life.
Ready to make a difference in the world for Jesus Christ? Apply to Corban today!
Homeschool Admission Requirements
Corban University welcomes Christian students with a homeschool education. If you are looking for a school with academic strength, a Christian community, and a solid biblical foundation, Corban is a great fit for you!
It’s easy to apply. Admission requirements are the same for all traditional undergraduate applicants, including homeschool students.
- Complete the application, including a brief statement about your faith in Jesus.
- Submit your high school transcript (see instructions below).
- Also send official transcripts from any college courses taken so we can evaluate how they may transfer to Corban.
Corban gladly accepts homeschool transcripts as an official record of your high school academic achievements. Your transcript must include:
- Name of homeschool (if any) and address (typically your home address)
- List of classes taken each year, along with the letter grade for each class (A, B, C, etc.)
- GPA (grade point average) for each year
- Total cumulative GPA
- Signature of the home school registrar (typically your parent) and date signed
- Your graduation date
How to calculate your GPA:
- Multiply the credits for each course by the grade points associated with the grade earned (A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1, F=0)
- Total the points earned for all courses.
- Divide the total points by the total number of graded credits attempted.
Corban recommends homeschool students complete the following high school classes:
English – 4 years
Math – 3 years
Social Studies – 3 years
Science – 2 years
Foreign Language – 2 years
If you choose to take the GED, please send us an official copy of your score. We will accept a GED with a minimum score of 150 in each area and a total score of at least 600 in place of a high school transcript, but we do not require homeschool students to take the GED.
Need help or have questions? Please contact the Admissions Office at 800-845-3005 or firstname.lastname@example.org.