The Early Admissions Program permits study at Corban University while a student completes a high school program. Applicants must have completed their junior year of high school and are not eligible if they have completed their senior year of high school. Early admission students must earn grades of "C" or better in the courses taken at the college to remain in the program.
Early admission students in good standing and who submit additional materials (SAT or ACT scores) are admitted to Corban upon graduation from high school. Early admission students may take a maximum of 14 semester hours, 7 each semester, with a tuition charge of $65 per credit hour. Credit earned during early admission may be applied to degree programs at Corban University without additional charge.
Credit earned during early admission may be transferred to other colleges or universities upon payment of regular tuition and fees at Corban in effect at the time the course was taken. After the completion of 60 semester hours (two years) taken at Corban University, a student may transfer without paying additional tuition.