Corban’s history stretches back to 1935 when it began as a small Bible institute in Phoenix, Arizona.
You’ll notice, as you dive into Corban’s story, that the school has been called by several different names. Each name marks a significant season in Corban’s history and helps illustrate the transitions and periods of growth the school experienced to become the University it is today.
But the common thread in each of the school’s iterations has been a commitment to the authority of Scripture and a foundation on the person of Jesus Christ. Corban’s name and location may have changed, but its roots haven’t. Today, the school is just as committed to discipling Christians and preparing them for a lifetime of impact as it was in 1935.
Four-Year Accredited Bachelor's Program
25 students/AIC’s per year
Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts with an emphasis in Psychology, Social Service & Leadership
Bible, theology, hermeneutics
Training and counseling
“Corban University is honored to join Paid in Full Oregon and the Department of Corrections in equipping and training spiritual leaders in this unique community.” – Sheldon Nord | President, Corban University