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February 24, 2021

The Greatest Invitation: Corban Alum Collin Box Uses Soccer to Serve His Community

One of my favorite quotes is that ‘the ball is the greatest invitation in the world,’” says Collin Box, a Corban alum (’10) and current Executive Director of Capital Futbol Club (CFC) in Salem.


February 12, 2021

Hoff School of Business Set to Host Virtual Summit Event for Business Students and Alumni

On Friday, February 18, at 7:00pm, Hoff School of Business will be holding their annual Summit event. Each year, this event is designed to promote and foster critical thinking, career planning, and servant leadership for Corban students and alumni


January 28, 2021

Six Corban Students Set to Have Poetry Published in Acclaimed Magazines and Journals

Corban students Jade Walker, Jacquelyn Clark, Kateleen Vetter, and Mallory Kellum will have their work featured in The Poet Magazine, while Hannah Mead’s poetry will be published by Black Moon Magazine, and Miriam Steinbach’s work will be featured in Peeking Cat Literary.


January 22, 2021

Corban Students Spend Day Off Helping the Community on MLK Serve Day

“‘Whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be slave of all. For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.’” – Mark 10:43-45


January 8, 2021

Our Hope is in Him

Corban University, as a community of believers, is committed to following the admonition of Scripture to be subject to governing authorities and, in the case of our constitutional process, to support the peaceful transition of power in the political process


January 1, 2021

Corban Receives $745,500 Grant from Murdock Trust

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In the fall of 2019, the Murdock Trust invited Corban and a select number of schools to a colloquium focused on leading for change in higher education.


December 22, 2020

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 Stanek. Since the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, music


December 19, 2020

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 something servant-hearted yet straightforward,


December 2, 2020

Betty Balyo, Beloved Friend of Corban and Wife of Former President Dr. John G. Balyo, Passes Away

We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of our beloved friend and advocate, Betty Balyo. Betty was a devoted mother, grandmother, constant friend to the University, and loving wife to former University President, Dr. John G. Balyo.


November 9, 2020

“The Comedy of Errors” Unleashes the Power of Creativity in Overcoming Obstacles

This line, spoken by Antipholus of Syracuse, one of the play’s focal twins, might resonate with audiences in this year as much as in any year since the first staging of Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors in 1594



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