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May 6, 2019

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Corban University Celebrates the Class of 2019

The sound of bagpipes filled the air on Saturday afternoon as the Willamette Valley Pipes and Drums rehearsed for Corban University’s commencement ceremony. Meanwhile, students in caps and gowns gathered on the lawn outside the Salem Armory. Tassels, cell phones, and bright floral patterns were everywhere.


April 26, 2019

Corban University Introduces Four New Master’s Programs for Fall 2019

Corban University announced earlier this week that they have officially been approved by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) to move forward with four new Master’s programs this fall. Each of these programs will leverage Corban’s existing online MBA program, combining business courses with additional courses in specialized…


April 19, 2019

“Don’t Let This Man Rest”: The Story behind Paid in Full Oregon

“And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” Romans 8:28When Burl Cain, warden of Angola Penitentiary, said, “Sit down; I want to pray for you,” Judge Tom Kohl sat down. He wasn’t sure what to expect, but even in the three days he’d spent at Angola, he had learned Warden Cain was a force to be reckoned with.


April 11, 2019

Corban University Announces Changes to Biology, Kinesiology, and Psychology Programs

Salem, Ore. – Corban University has announced several changes to its programs and offerings, specifically in the following majors: Health Science, Exercise Science, Psychology, and Business. These changes come on the heels of an intensive academic review, conducted by Corban’s faculty, deans, and Provost, in order to …


April 4, 2019

Corban University Announces Dr. Thomas Cornman as New Provost

After a careful search, Corban University has selected a candidate for the position of provost: Dr. Thomas Cornman has accepted this position and will begin, tentatively, July 1, 2019.

Dr. Sheldon C. Nord, President, says, “This is a great hire for Corban University, and I can’t wait to have Tom on campus.”


March 25, 2019

Corban University and Paid in Full Oregon Move Forward with Partnership

On Thursday, March 21, 2019, Corban University signed the official contract with Paid in Full Oregon (PIFO), a significant step toward offering an accredited bachelor’s degree for individuals incarcerated at the Oregon State Correctional Institution (OSCI).


December 7, 2018

Corban University Announces a Tuition Freeze for Undergraduate Students

In a serious move to put students at the center of its budget strategy, Corban University has adopted a tuition freeze for 2019-20. This decision comes on the heels of a year-long re-engineering of Corban’s budget, which has placed the University in the most favorable financial position they’ve seen in 10 years.


November 28, 2018

Corban University Named a “Tree Campus” by the Arbor Day Foundation

Arbor Day Foundation Honors Corban University with 2018 Tree Campus USA® Recognition

This past month, Corban University was honored with the 2018 Tree Campus USA® recognition by the Arbor Day Foundation for its commitment to effective urban forest management.


October 24, 2018

“A Corban Homecoming” Brought the Corban Community Together for Flannels, Food, and Fun

On Saturday, October 20, Corban students, parents, alumni, and friends donned their favorite flannels and gathered for “A Corban Homecoming.” A mild fall day greeted guests and vendors, and the smell of glazed apple cider donuts and kettle corn mingled with grilling onions and the sound of a rubber sledgehammer meeting a metal car door.


August 31, 2018

Corban’s Convocation Ceremony Brings in a New Academic Year

Students made their way across the cool, sunny campus to the sound of shofars, trumpet-like instruments made from rams’ horns. Used in ancient Israel to call the camp together, shofars have become an important part of Corban’s Convocation celebration, as they’re used to call students and faculty together while symbolizing Corban’s Judeo-Christian heritage.



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