Why do students choose Corban?
Students who attend Corban are prepared for their chosen field while also receiving biblical training. The Corban culture is uniquely dedicated to educating Christians who will make a difference in the world for Jesus Christ.
The worldview that students adopt in college will most likely follow them through the rest of their life. As Corban integrates faith and learning, our students’ perspectives are shaped into a Christian worldview, influencing their decisions, dreams, careers, and relationships
Transfer Credit From Colleges/Universities
Corban allows you to transfer in general education and liberal arts courses that have been taken at an accredited college or university. Our free transcript evaluation tool lets you quickly see how the credits you’ve already earned could count toward your Corban degree.
SEE HOW YOUR CREDITS COULD TRANSFER
An official transcript is required to transfer credit to Corban. Unofficial transcripts are not accepted. The following guidelines are used to evaluate transfer credits:
- Up to 70 semester hours will be accepted from community colleges.
- Up to 98 semester hours will be accepted as transfer work.
- Up to 40 vocational courses will transfer.
- Courses completed with a C- or higher will transfer from another institution.
- Courses must be 100 level or higher.
- Courses that are 100/200 level will not be equivalent to a 300/400 level course.
- When converting quarter hours into semester hours, multiply by .667.
Use these additional resources to help you plan which classes to take before you transfer to Corban:
A transfer student is defined as one who has attempted to complete any transferrable coursework at a regionally accredited college after high school graduation.