Jan – Feb 2021 Issue

Corban Coffee Club

Excited about coffee and Christ-centered education? Join the club. Exciting news for coffee lovers who also love Corban: We are introducing a new Corban Coffee Club. Members will receive an [...]

Watch Corban Chapel Online

Watch Corban Chapel Services Live Online Our love for God is at the heart of all we do at Corban. We encourage students to continually align their hearts with God [...]

Comedy of Errors Review

CORBAN THEATRE CHANNELS UNCOMMON CREATIVITY FOR FALL PLAY “It’s the definition of creativity to take what you have available and make something out of it,” says Director of Theatre Arts, Tamara […]

Music Program Plans Return

Corban Music Department Plans its Return “We need music. There’s a certain aspect of being human that nothing else reflects as well as music,” says Associate Professor of Music Mark […]

Pastoral Training Program in Africa

A Global Mission: Corban’s Pastoral Training Program in Africa Back in 2010, Corban’s administration was looking for a way to expand the School of Ministry’s graduate program. They planned for […]

New Agricultural Science Major

New Agriculture Science Major Moving Toward Fall 2022 Launch Experts believe agriculture and sustainability will rise to the forefront of global concerns in the coming years, with projections indicating that […]

Encouragement for a difficult 2020

Encouragement For A Difficult 2020: Dr. Tony Caito Welcome to pandemic politics in America with an impeachment, riots, COVID-19, Supreme Court confirmation, and an election—it hasn’t been pretty.

Corban Fund Report

Corban Fund Report The Corban Fund is the University’s unrestricted scholarship account, set up to increase the access of quality Christian education to more students each year.

Corban Giving Day Success

Corban Giving Day Raises Over $100,000 in Student Support Corban Giving Day was a record-breaking success. From all around the world, our Corban family came together and gave with purpose, […]

Unique Donation for Athletic Complex

Corban Alum’s Unique Donation Helps Finance New Athletic Complex This year, Corban alum Deanna Gardiner-Garcia (‘63) and her husband, Chuy, got creative with their giving when they decided to donate […]

Career Services Offers Creative Support

Career Services Offers Creative Support “Career Services helps to open doors for students that potentially would not have been opened for them,” says Director of Career Services Steve Reed. “Students […]

Director of Criminal Justice Alan Scharn set to retire after 10 years at Corban

Director of Criminal Justice Alan Scharn Set to Retire After 10 Years at Corban During his extensive career in law enforcement, teaching had always been a component of Alan Scharn’s […]

Olivia Wall pursues her dream

OLIVIA WALL PURSUES HER DREAM THROUGH FULL-RIDE SCHOLARSHIP TO LAW SCHOOL After Olivia Wall graduated from Sprague High School, she knew she wanted two things: to stay close to home […]

Marvin and Danalee Leadham

Marvin and Danalee Leadham ’57 Marvin Leadham couldn’t sleep. Recently, two of the missionaries he supported were set to retire from the field, leaving him with what he considered to […]

Corban Receives Grant

CORBAN RECEIVES $745,500 GRANT FROM MURDOCK TRUST  In the fall of 2019, the Murdock Trust invited Corban and a select number of schools to a colloquium focused on leading for […]

Corban Students Remain Resilient

CORBAN STUDENTS REMAIN RESILIENT DURING CHALLENGING FALL SEMESTER   In a semester that could easily have become overwhelming and disheartening, Corban students have displayed uncommon resilience—a testament to their character and […]

Worldview Video Series

 WHAT IS A BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW AND WHY DOES IT MATTER?   In a year when our nation, communities, and even our homes have been entangled in difficult conversations and controversies, Corban […]