Corban University with Paid in Full Oregon is putting a fully accredited four-year college program for inmates in the Oregon State Correctional Institution starting in the fall of 2019. Paid in Full Oregon is led by Tom Kohl, a retired Washington County Judge, and Rich Jones, senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Worship Center in Hillsboro. […]
Abigail Forsyth, who was planning on moving out this morning, woke up to discover three of her tires had been stolen. This is by far the worst semester Corban has ever had with a shockingly large number of break-ins.
The End of the Year Party brought the community together and promoted rejoicing and relaxation before dead week.
While Corban has been consistently recognized as one of the safest universities in Oregon, we can never be too prepared, especially given recent events around the country. Campus Safety informs us about steps we should take should an active shooter threaten campus.
Incoming students are needed to implement the new ‘agribusiness’ concentration, which will train students in agricultural business and management.
After an unprecedented number of vehicle and dorm room break-ins, Campus Safety and local police are investigating and hoping to find a suspect soon.
Campus Safety has been asked to enforce parking policies more consistently, including enforcing fine payments through impounding of vehicles.
Students respond to the experience of assessment day, and Felicia Squires, director of Assessment and Institutional Research, shares the intentions behind the new event.
Discover6, led by Jenna Beilby, is a fledgling nature club dedicated to stewarding the earth God has given us. It has plans to organize nature hikes, and assess both the native and non-native plant populations on campus.
Student Life has announced their decision to retain the current housing policy for the 2018-2019 academic year.