A major emergency may occur at any time, with little or no warning. Some emergency situations may require University officials to notify the entire Corban community.
Please visit alert.corban.edu to update your contact information so you can receive email, phone, and text updates in the event of a campus emergency.
In addition to signing up for Corban Alert, please familiarize yourself with Corban’s Emergency Guide and review it periodically to keep yourself informed and prepared. The guidebook covers the following topics:
- Emergency Contacts & Notifications
- Active Shooter
- Bomb Threat
- Suspicious Package
- Major Earthquake
- Major Power Failure
- Major Flood
- Medical Emergency
- Evacuating Persons With Disabilities
Automated External Defibrillator (AED) locations
- Gym: Whirlpool room
- Library: Main floor
- Psalm Center: Main entrance
- Schimmel Hall: Second floor
Snow and Hazardous Conditions
In the event of hazardous conditions created by extreme weather, the Provost or his representative will determine whether classes will be canceled. Should the University decide not to hold classes and/or to close all functions of the University, appropriate announcements will be made over the Corban website, TV, and radio stations in the local area by 6:30 a.m. An all-campus email may also be sent out with delay, class cancellation, or campus closure information. Students outside the listening area should adopt “weather pals” who will text them with this information.
Decisions will be made on a one-day basis only. If no announcement is made, the University will remain open for classes and other business. Commuting students are advised to check the roads in their area. If the weather prevents attendance, be sure to contact your professors as soon as possible.