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LRAP (Corban Promise) Resources

If you enrolled at Corban between 2014-2018 and are a current student or have graduated from Corban, this LRAP (Corban Promise) info is for you.


I have heard that Corban University is no longer working with LRAP. How does this affect me?

If you started at Corban as a first-time freshmen or a transfer student prior to Fall 2016, your Corban Promise/LRAP has not changed. You will receive your reimbursements by working directly with LRAP (see below).

If you started at Corban during the Fall 2016 – Fall 2018 semesters, your LRAP benefits will be managed directly by Corban University. The Terms & Conditions have not changed for anyone who has Corban Promise/LRAP benefits.

Am I eligible for repayment assistance?

You are eligible for loan repayment assistance if you:

  • Enrolled at Corban between Fall 2014-Fall 2018.
  • Have graduated from Corban.
  • Have student loans from attending Corban.
  • Are working at least 30 hours per week in the U.S.
  • Make less than $40,000 per year.

International students and children of Corban employees are not eligible for LRAP.

Terms and Conditions

The terms and conditions for your LRAP program are determined by the year you enrolled at Corban.

2014-15 | 2015-16 | 2016-17 | 2017-18 | 2018-19

Log into the MyLRAP Service Portal to review the complete terms and conditions specific to you.

How do I submit an LRAP claim or find out if I am eligible for student loan reimbursement?

If you started with Corban prior to the Fall 2016, contact LRAP directly to request assistance:
(844) 469-5727

For students who enrolled at Corban for the first time beginning Fall 2016, please contact Corban’s Financial Aid office for assistance:
(800) (503) 375-7006