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2014–2015 Projected Avg.

$37,532

Financial Aid

2013–2014 Avg.

$23,178

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The Corban Promise

Student debt will not stand in the way of Corban graduates

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SAGE Scholars Tuition Rewards®

Maximize your college resources and minimize student debt.

Corban is the first college in Oregon to participate in the SAGE Scholars Tuition Rewards®, a free college savings program.

Enroll before August 31 of the year you start 11th grade to earn rewards points when you do business with select partners, including 529 plans, banks, credit unions, investment managers and others. These points can be applied directly to your tuition costs at $1/point.

In 2013, high school seniors submitted an average of 10,600 points—that's a savings of $2,650/year for four years.

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Grants

Free money awarded on the basis of financial need

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Federal Pell Grant

$602-$5,730 (2014-2015)

Submit FAFSA.

All Students. Based on need from the FAFSA.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant

$400-$2,000

Submit FAFSA as soon after January 1st as possible.

All Students. Based on need from the FAFSA. First come, first served limited fund.

TEACH Grant

$3,964 (2014-2015)

Submit FAFSA and request grant. Visit www.teachgrant.ed.gov for more information.

Education majors with a 3.25 GPA (high school or college). Must meet post-graduation requirements or it reverts to an Unsubsidized Direct Loan.

Oregon Opportunity Grant

$2,000 (2014-2015)

Submit FAFSA.

Oregon residents. Based on need from a FAFSA submitted by January 15.

Corban Grant

$100-$10,000

Submit FAFSA as soon after January 1st as possible.

All students. Based on need from FAFSA. Priority given to those who submit the FAFSA early.

Christian Worker Dependent Need Grant

$1,000

Submit FAFSA by February 1st. Provide documentation verifying employment.

Dependent students with a parent, who is the primary earner, working in full time Christian service. Must show exceptional financial need based upon the FAFSA. Renewable.

Corban OOG Match Grant

$2,000 (2014-2015)

Submit FAFSA.

New students. Corban will match Oregon Opportunity Grants.

Corban Washington State Need Grant

$2,000

Submit FAFSA.

New students who qualify for the Washington State Need Grant (SNG).

Corban Cal Grant

$5,000

Submit FAFSA as soon after January 1st as possible.

New Students who qualify for Cal Grant Type A.

Scholarships

Free money awarded on the basis of merit

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Academic Scholarships

$5,000-$12,000

Automatically awarded.

New freshmen with a qualifying academic score and/or high school GPA.

Academic Scholarship Estimator

Find out which academic scholarship you qualify for.

For SAT value, do not include your writing score.

NOTE: This is an estimator; please contact Financial Services to verify your eligibility.

Presidential Scholarship

$12,000

Annually renewable with a 3.0 GPA.

Chancellor's Scholarship

$10,500

Annually renewable with a 3.0 GPA.

Dean's Scholarship

$7,000

Annually renewable with a 2.7 GPA.

Director's Scholarship

$5,000

Annually renewable with a 2.7 GPA.

Alumni Scholarship

$500

Automatically awarded.

All students with at least one parent who graduated from Corban/Western Baptist. Renewable.

Athletic Scholarship

Varies

Contact coach in appropriate sport.

Athletes selected by Corban coaches.

Chemeketa Scholars

$4,000

Automatically awarded.

Transfers from Chemeketa Community College with 47 transferrable quarter credits (31 semester credits) and at least a 3.25 GPA. Renewable with a 3.0 GPA.

Dessieux Scholarship

$14,000

Submit application by February 1.

New freshmen enrolled as Health Science majors with 3.85 GPA and 1250 SAT or 28 ACT. Replaces all other academic scholarships. Renewable each year.

Phi Theta Kappa

$1,000

Provide verification of membership.

Transfer students who are members of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

Church Matching Scholarship

Up to $1,000

Submit application by August 15th.

All students. Corban will match up to $1,000 provided by your church. New application each year.

Doug West Leadership

$5,000

Submit Leadership application by February 1st. Contact the Admissions Office for more information.

New students. Renewable each year with a 3.0 GPA. Limited number available.

Herb Anderson Achievement

$500-$1,000

Submit application by February 1st.

New students. Non-renewable.

Mclaran Scholarship

$15,000

Submit application by February 1.

New freshmen enrolled as Political Science majors with 3.6 GPA, 1100 SAT or 24 ACT, and a 21 or higher academic score. Replaces all other academics scholarships. Renewable each year.

Music Scholarship

Varies

Contact the music department.

Music majors and participants selected by the music department.

National Merit Scholarship

$3,000

Provide verification of standing.

New students. National Merit Finalists. Renewable with a 3.0 GPA.

Scholastic Award

$8,000 (3.3+ GPA) $6,000 (3.0 to 3.29 GPA)

Automatically awarded.

New transfer students. Renewable each year with a 3.0 GPA. Not combined with other academic scholarships.

Sibling Scholarship

$750 per sibling

Automatically awarded if verification is submitted by February 1st.

For dependant students with a dependent sibling attending Corban.

Visit Scholarship

$500

Call to arrange a qualified visit.

New students who visit the campus on a qualified visit. Renewable.

Loans

Borrowed money that must be repaid

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Federal Perkins

$1,000-$4,000

Submit FAFSA as soon after January 1st as possible.

All students. Based on need from the FAFSA. First come, first served limited fund. Payments and 5% interest rate start nine months after last date of enrollment. There is no loan fee.

Federal Subsidized Direct

Up to $3,500 (Fr.) $4,500 (So.) $5,500 (Jr. & Sr.)

Submit FAFSA.

All students. Based on need from the FAFSA. Payments and interest start six months after last date of enrollment. Interest is subsidized by the government while in school and there is a small loan fee.

Federal Unsubsidized Direct

$2,000/student. An additional $4,000 (Fr. & So.) and $5,000 (Jr. & Sr.) for independent students.

Submit FAFSA.

All students. Not need based. Interest is not subsidized while in school and there is a small loan fee. Payments start six months after last date of enrollment. Additional amounts are available for independent students and dependent students whose parents are denied a PLUS loan. Contact us for interest rate information. Unsubsidized Direct are awarded if a student does not qualify for Subsidized.

Federal Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS)

Up to the cost of attendance, minus any other financial aid.

Submit FAFSA and apply at studentloans.gov.

All dependent students. Not need based. Parents borrow on behalf of students. Interest is not subsidized. Loan fees apply. Contact us for interest rate information. Parent applies online at studentloans.gov

Alternative Loans

Up to the cost of attendance, minus any other financial aid.

Search for lenders online at elmselect.com.

All students. Not need based. Student loans made through a lending institution. Normally requires a cosigner. Payments start six months after last date of enrollment. Interest is not subsidized while in school, and there can be a loan fee.

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503-375-7030, 1-800-845-3005 or financialservices@corban.edu

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We understand there are a lot of options when it comes to finances.

Financial Aid Office 503-375-7006 financialaid@corban.edu

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