Corban University is a private, independent institution that provides a Christ-centered education outside of Salem, Oregon, situated on a forested hillside. Corban offers traditional on-campus degrees as well as five that can be completed entirely online: Accounting, Marketing, Leadership and Management, Psychology: Family Studies, and Psychology: Pre-Clinical/Counseling. Through the Center for Global Engagement, Corban offers programs in Indonesia, Cameroon, and Australia, as well as translating the Old Testament for the Institute for Bible Languages and Translation (IBLT).
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Corban has a beautiful campus located on a hill. It has a focus and a drive for building community both on the campus and on the city, enabling students to study and share the truth about God. The faculty is devoted to shaping and encouraging students to grow and mature into capable men and women for f this generation.
Corban has a great Christian community, which bleeds through into every aspect of life. Professors are interested, not only in our academic success, but in seeing us grow as believers and as people. The community is welcoming and friendly, and no one is a stranger here.
Rachel from Auburn, WA
Corban University is the best. The community is great, the classes are great, and life is just great. The only downside is that it is very expensive.