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Corban University

Tuition & Aid

Tuition & Aid

Costs for 2019-2020 School Year

Tuition: $32,380 —

Activity Fees: $997

Room: $5,852

Board: $4,464

Financial Aid

We are dedicated to your investment in a Corban education and are pleased to offer grants and scholarships for our international students. All international students will qualify for one of the following:

International Student Scholarship – $20,000 USD per year

Available to the first 10 international students who are admitted to Corban and submit their deposit for the Fall 2019 semester. Replaces all other Corban aid.

or

Academic Scholarship – $10,000 to $17,000 USD per yearStudents who take the SAT or ACT may be eligible based on test scores and high school GPA.

or

International Student Corban Grant – $10,000 USD per year

For more information about scholarships, please contact:

Michel Kim

International Admissions Counselor

Designated School Official

mkim@corban.edu

+1-503-375-7086

Additional Expenses

In addition to tuition, room and board, there are some additional expenses you will want to plan for while you attend Corban. Please note these are sample costs. Actual costs may vary.

Airfare: $1,200 – 2,000 USD

Health Insurance: $1,600 – $3,000 USD

A number of factors can influence this cost, including age, and the cost may increase annually. Students over 19 can expect higher costs. Your $1,000 health insurance deposit will be applied toward this cost.

Living Expenses: $2,750 USD

Textbooks, toiletries, dining out, off-campus activities and other general living expenses.

Corban requires all international students to provide certification of adequate financial support. An Immigration and Naturalization Services I-20 will not be released until you have been accepted for admission, paid your deposits and
submitted the completed
Statement of Financial Responsibility.

Deposits

After you are admitted to Corban, you will need to submit your deposits. Your deposits secure your place at Corban and allow us to provide an I-20 so you can begin the visa process.

Fall Semester Deposit Deadline: May 1

Spring Semester Deposit Deadline: December 1

Corban requires:

  • $1,000 non-refundable
    tuition deposit, applied toward your tuition costs.
  • $1,000
    health insurance deposit, applied toward your health insurance costs. Should you decide not to attend Corban, the health insurance deposit is refundable.

 

Tuition & Aid

Costs for 2019-2020 School Year

Tuition: $32,380 —

Activity Fees: $997

Room: $5,852

Board: $4,464

Financial Aid

We are dedicated to your investment in a Corban education and are pleased to offer grants and scholarships for our international students. All international students will qualify for one of the following:

International Student Scholarship – $20,000 USD per year

Available to the first 10 international students who are admitted to Corban and submit their deposit for the Fall 2019 semester. Replaces all other Corban aid.

or

Academic Scholarship – $10,000 to $17,000 USD per yearStudents who take the SAT or ACT may be eligible based on test scores and high school GPA.

or

International Student Corban Grant – $10,000 USD per year

For more information about scholarships, please contact:

Michel Kim

International Admissions Counselor

Designated School Official

mkim@corban.edu

+1-503-375-7086

Additional Expenses

In addition to tuition, room and board, there are some additional expenses you will want to plan for while you attend Corban. Please note these are sample costs. Actual costs may vary.

Airfare: $1,200 – 2,000 USD

Health Insurance: $1,600 – $3,000 USD

A number of factors can influence this cost, including age, and the cost may increase annually. Students over 19 can expect higher costs. Your $1,000 health insurance deposit will be applied toward this cost.

Living Expenses: $2,750 USD

Textbooks, toiletries, dining out, off-campus activities and other general living expenses.

Corban requires all international students to provide certification of adequate financial support. An Immigration and Naturalization Services I-20 will not be released until you have been accepted for admission, paid your deposits and
submitted the completed
Statement of Financial Responsibility.

Deposits

After you are admitted to Corban, you will need to submit your deposits. Your deposits secure your place at Corban and allow us to provide an I-20 so you can begin the visa process.

Fall Semester Deposit Deadline: May 1

Spring Semester Deposit Deadline: December 1

Corban requires:

  • $1,000 non-refundable
    tuition deposit, applied toward your tuition costs.
  • $1,000
    health insurance deposit, applied toward your health insurance costs. Should you decide not to attend Corban, the health insurance deposit is refundable.