Nov – Dec 2020 Issue

Corban Students Research New COVID Test Method

Dr. Comstock and Corban Students Research New COVID Test Method Back in 2003, when Dr. Sarah Comstock, then a brand-new graduate researcher at OHSU, was asked to learn a relatively […]

Act Six

Corban Partners with Act Six This fall, Corban welcomed 11 Act Six scholars to campus. Each member of Corban’s first cadre of scholars is the first in their family to […]

Enrollment Numbers Remain Strong

Enrollment Numbers Remain Strong In a year when many universities have seen declines in their enrollment, Corban is maintaining or exceeding its enrollment growth. We give God the glory for [...]

COVID Update

COVID Update The health and safety of our students and community continue to be a top priority, and we are thankful that we have been able to hold in-person classes [...]

Corban Relaunching Computer Science Degree

Corban University Announces Relaunch of Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science Corban University recently announced that they would be relaunching the bachelor’s degree in computer science, beginning Fall 2020.  Dr. Tom Cornman, Provost, says, [...]

New Campus Care Initiative

Corban’s New Campus Care Initiative Gives Back To Students This year, Corban University has pulled three major campus operation areas—janitorial, grounds keeping, and facilities maintenance—in house. The move signals Corban’s […]

Papua Partnerships

International Spotlight: Corban University's Partnership with Papua Continues to Grow This year, Corban University was set to welcome the largest class of Papuan students in school history, with over 50 [...]

OSCPA Scholarships

Five Accounting Students Receive OSCPA Scholarships Those familiar with Corban’s accounting program often point to its stability. It boasts a professor who has been with the school for 34 years, […]

Huffman Adoption Story

“Every child, no matter how they come to you, is an absolute miracle,” Wanda Huffman says, seated next to her husband of over forty years. Wanda and Dave were first […]

Love Sinks In

Alumni Jenni Burke and Courtney Dodds Install Sinks for Portland's Homeless When Jenni Burke’s coworker, Tawney Johnson, first mentioned one of their client’s new initiatives to set up handwashing sinks [...]

New Athletics Complex

Corban's Plan For A New State of the Art Athletics Complex The accolades of our student-athletes are impressive, both on and off the field. While our athletes have always sought [...]

Religion in The Handmaid’s Tale

From the significance of names, to twisted uses of religion, to the origins of the Ceremony, this book answers all the questions you might have about religion in Margaret Atwood’s prophetic novel. This essential guide gives […]

Into His Presence: A Theology of Intimacy with God

Into His Presence is a helpful guide for pursuing intimacy with God and assessing contemporary cultural understandings of close relationships in light of those communicated in Scripture. In this volume, Tim Anderson develops…

Corban Raises Over Half a Million to Student Support

Corban Raises Over Half a Million to Student Support The Emergency Student Care Campaign (ESCC) was even more successful than expected. Despite facing widespread economic uncertainty, our Corban community displayed [...]

Comedy of Errors

The Comedy of Errors If you would like a break from the bombardment of negative news, both personal and political, and an uplift for your spirits, join Corban Theatre as [...]

Corban to Dedicate Pavilion in Honor of Former Professor and President Dr. David F. Miller

“Sit down, I’ve got a story to tell you . . .” is exactly what Dr. Miller said to the many students, parishioners, and colleagues who came to him seeking advice.