A private college education may be more affordable than you think! Tuition at Corban University is $34,699 for full-time (12-18 credits) traditional undergraduate students in the 2022-23 school year. With room, board, activities, and required fees combined, total cost of attendance is $46,525 before financial aid. But don’t get stuck on the sticker price! This cost is not what most students pay. Every new student will receive at least an $8,000 academic scholarship and may be eligible for other scholarships and grants.
Compared to public universities, private universities offer more financial aid, including three times the amount of institutional grants. In fact, we give away over $15 million in Corban scholarships and grants each year! Plus, 88% of Corban graduates earn their degree in just four years (compared to 60% at state schools), so you can graduate on time, save on tuition, and get started on your career.
College Scorecards in the U.S. Department of Educations College Affordability and Transparency Center make it easier for you to search for a college that is a good fit for you. You can use the College Scorecard to find out more about a colleges affordability and value so you can make more informed decisions about which college to attend.
FINANCIAL AID ESTIMATOR
The calculator provides an early estimate of how much aid you may qualify for. However, the accuracy of this calculator is not guaranteed. It is in your best interest to wait until actual financial aid amounts are offered before making a decision about where you attend.
SAGE SCHOLAR REWARDS
Maximize your college resources and minimize student debt. Corban is the first college in Oregon to participate in the SAGE Scholars Tuition Rewards, a free college savings program.
College Scorecards in the U.S. Department of Educations College Affordability and Transparency Center make it easier for you to search for a college that is a good fit for you. You can use the College Scorecard to find out more about a colleges affordability and value so you can make more informed decisions about which college to attend. This site also contains the latest student loan default rates.
Can I afford a Corban education?
We’re here to tell you that you can—and we’ll help you along the way. We’ll walk you through the major questions you might have about a Corban education:
- What is the value of a Corban education?
- What does it cost me?
- What steps can I take to make a Corban education more affordable?
What is the value of a Corban education?
At Corban, you’ll be equipped to bring competence to your career and character to your community, all to the glory of Jesus Christ. You’ll be surrounded by a supporting, caring community and guided by Christian staff and faculty in an environment designed to foster your academic, personal, and spiritual growth. You’ll graduate with:
- An accredited degree in your field
- Hands-on experience and competence in your career
- Mentors and relationships for life
- A supportive, caring Christian community
What does a Corban education cost me?
2022-2023 Traditional Undergraduate Costs
- Tuition: $34,699 (12-18 Credits)
- Room: $5,994 (with lowest priced housing option)
- Board: $4,694 (with most popular meal plan)
Student Fees: $998*
Student Health Center fee: $70
Parking permit fee: $70
*covers events, services, laundry, intramurals, technology, and security
99% OF STUDENTS RECEIVE FINANCIAL AID.
What steps can I take to make a Corban education affordable?
- Apply to Corban University – One of the most significant sources of funding you can receive is institutional aid, and many of these scholarships and grants are awarded automatically when you apply. Submitting your completed application to Corban is the best way to learn exactly what Corban can offer you. Apply to Corban now.
- Apply for Institutional Scholarships – While some Corban scholarships are awarded automatically (such as academic scholarships), others require an application. Check to make sure you’ve applied for every scholarship for which you might qualify. View Corban Scholarships and Awards.
- Submit your FAFSA – Many state and federal grants are awarded “first-come, first-served,” so be sure to fill out the FAFSA as soon as possible after October 1. The FAFSA will help determine state and federal grants as well as federal loans. In addition, Corban uses the FAFSA to help determine the awarding of Corban grants. This is one of the most important pieces in your journey toward affording a Corban education! You can also qualify for a $1,000 FAFSA Filer Scholarship when you send your FAFSA to Corban by March 1.
- File the FAFSA now.
- Corban’s FAFSA Code is 001339
- Apply for Outside Scholarships – Hundreds of Corban students have received additional funds from private scholarships.
- Apply for the Act Six Scholarship for the chance to earn a full-need, full-tuition Corban scholarship!
- Search for additional scholarship opportunities at:
Begin by searching for scholarships awarded at the local, state, and regional level, including those awarded based on special hobbies, interests, life circumstances, or affiliations. The fewer people who qualify for a given scholarship, the better your chances!
Last year, students earned $816,000 in outside scholarships!
- Utilize these resources to help you plan ahead!
- College Scorecard
- College Scorecards in the U.S. Department of Education’s College Affordability and Transparency Center make it easier for you to search for a college that is a good fit for you. You can use the College Scorecard to find out more about a college’s affordability and value so you can make more informed decisions about which college to attend.
- Net Price Calculator
- The Net Price Calculator provides an early estimate of how much aid you may qualify for. However, we recommend waiting until you receive your actual financial aid award offers before making a decision about where you attend.
- Sage Scholar Tuition Rewards
- Corban is the first college in Oregon to participate in SAGE Scholars, a free college savings program. Use your investments to earn money toward college.
- Sign up free for RaiseMe to see how your grades, extracurricular activities, and community involvement can give you money for college. Start earning your freshman year of high school through the fall of your senior year.
- Still have questions? Reach out to your admissions counselor, who can walk you through options and resources.
88% of Corban graduates earn their degree in just 4 years. Only 60% do at four-year state institutions. Graduate in 4 years (or less!) and start earning sooner.
ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS FOR FRESHMEN: We automatically award scholarships to incoming freshmen who meet certain academic criteria. Use this calculator to determine how much your scholarship will be.
We are here to help. If you have any questions about tuition and financial aid. Give us a call.