Humans v Zombies

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The Zombie apocalypse has hit Corban! We need all hands on deck to protect our campus and find the cure!

Anyone willing to join the fight should report to the gym at 8 pm on Sunday, October 7th.

The game will end on Tuesday, October 9th at 10 pm.

Before you arrive, please go to HvZ Source to join our game. Make sure that you join the game named Corban University Warriors. If you have any trouble signing up or joining the game please let us know!



  • Once you join the game, you’ll be given an ID number. Write that number down on an index card and carry it with you at ALL TIMES.
  • A bandanna
  • A Nerf gun and/or sock bombs.
  • RECOMMENDED: Dark clothing and running shoes!

If you don’t know what HvZ is and are super confused about this email, check out our official rules here:



Original Zombies: Please email if you are interested in starting as a zombie.

Mission Trip Leader Applications

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Lead a Mission Trip for a Reach Project!

Open to Sophomores and Upperclassmen


We need students who have the vision to see their peers make an impact in the world for Jesus Christ to come and lead mission trips. Mission trip participant applications will be released when we have our mission trip leaders approved and have our mission trip details put together.


If you are interested in leading a trip, please fill out the Mission Trip Leader Application below.  

Please also take a look at the Mission Trip Guidelines and Leader Reference form.  The reference form must be filled out and taken to the student life house for your application to be considered.

Have questions? Contact Audrey Creager at

Fields marked with a * are required.

Mission Trip Leader Application

Each trip requires one male and one female leader.  Each leader must fill out a separate application.

Trip Specifics

Ministry Partner Information


As a missions trip leader, it is my responsibility to abide and fulfill the following guidelines and duties:

  •  Attend all meetings for ministry teams held by the ASB Missions Coordinator.

  • Participate in all training provided by the ASB Missions Coordinator.

  • Lead weekly or semi-weekly team meetings.

  • Be accountable to the Corban University Student Handbook.

  • Plan and lead all fundraising efforts in accordance with Corban University policies.

  • Hold each team member accountable to turn in required paperwork by the dates due (as determined by the ASB Missions Coordinator).

  • Ensure that the trip’s duration does not extend past the timeframe allowed.

  • Ensure that all matters related to insurance, travel, housing, food, emergency protocol and ministry-related tools are carefully determined.

  • Honor the established parameters for Student-led Mission Trips that have been determined by Student Life and the ASB Executive Board as outlined in the ASB Mission Trip Guidelines.

I understand and accept the responsibilities of leading a Corban missions trip. I also acknowledge that my failure to fulfill these responsibilities may result in my being removed from the leadership role or from the team completely.

Required Documents:

Please download the following document and get it filled out and turned into Nathan Geer in Student Life. This document is required for your approval to be a mission trip leader.

Reference Form

Senate Applications

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Senate applications are currently closed and senators have been elected.  If you are still interested in serving as a senator, opportunities to apply and run will reopen in Fall 2019.


If you love representing people and sharing their voice then sign up! If you enjoy coming up with cool new ideas then sign up! If you want to be part of ASB Leadership, then sign up! Being a Senator is a rad job that helps the student voice sing loud and clear.


2nd Annual Commuter Hungry Games

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Welcome, Welcome.

The time has come to select courageous young men and women for the 2nd Annual Commuter Hungry Games!

The Games will take place on Friday, April 7th at 6:30.

As for Capitol folk, all you have to do is attend the event in your best capitol-esque garb.
Purpose Statement: To unify commuters, promote solidarity and enthusiasm for their place at Corban.

Commuters & Townhouses:

Below you will find a link that will lead to the sign-ups open for the 6 districts of Corban Commuters. Only Commuters and Townhousers may volunteer as tribute.
Teams will be made up of 6 people.
Be sure you sign-up for the district you belong in at the following link:
Volunteer as Tribute HERE.
Below is a map that separates the Salem area into 6 Districts.
May the odds be ever in your favor!


Schedule of Events:

The Cornucopia

Each of the six teams race to the cornucopia in the center of the field and grab whatever they can. Then they try and make a meal out of what they were able to grab! What will it taste like? What will it look like? May the odds be ever in your favor!


The Car Race

Each team must successfully get one of their team members, who is in a decorated and plastic tote, around the Intramural field twice. Who will be the swiftest? May the odds be ever in your favor!


The Arterian

Each team must paint a picture in 5 minutes and sell it to Effie Trinket! Who will she show favor to? Honestly, nobody knows. May the odds be ever in your favor!


The Kajabi Can-Can (Also called the Jalopy Can-Can)

Whoever is left will participate in the Kajabi Can-Can. Look it up. May the odds be ever in your favor!
*Rules for each event will be announced during the event


The last person standing is awarded the golden gas-can (bragging rights), to be hung in the Commuter Lounge and a gas gift card!
The team that has the most members at the Kajabi Can-Can is awarded a $150 gift card to Olive Garden!
The team with the best decorated car for the car show will get a special advantage in the Game!


Martin Luther King Jr. Serve Day

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Authentic Love is Serving Humbly – MLK Serve Day 2016

Each year, as the student body of Corban, we go out into our community to serve the Salem area. Walking in the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr., serving and leading, we work to fulfill his ultimate goal: to bring glory to God!

We are looking for students, staff and faculty to sign up and volunteer on Monday, January 16th (Martin Luther King Jr. Day).

Volunteer time-slots:

Morning crew (7:30 AM to noon)

Afternoon crew (11:30 AM to 4:00 PM).

Please check out this link to sign up!

This year’s theme:

As we enter this season of service, let us ponder about what freedom is and how Jesus calls us to use our freedoms for His purposes.

A verse to meditate on as a community: Galatians 5:13 (NLT)

For you have been called to live in freedom, my brothers and sisters. But don’t use your freedom to satisfy your sinful nature. Instead, use your freedom to serve one another in love.




Join a Spring Break Mission Trip

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Join a Mission Trip for a Reach Project!

Is God calling you to step out of your comfort zone?

Revival begins with the student. Is God calling you to help bring revival?
Are you searching for a way to complete a Reach project?


Let’s make an impact for the kingdom of Jesus Christ.


Apply here.

We need students to join the following mission trips to:


Dream Center, L.A. California

The L.A. missions trip is an opportunity to work with the Dream Center. A variety of serving activities are offered including helping with children’s ministry in run down areas of the town, picking up trash, and street ministry. Students get to work alongside those in long-term missions, serving people and sharing the Gospel of Christ.

His Mansion, New Hampshire

This spring break a group of 12 students will be flying to Deering, New Hampshire to join the community of His Mansion Ministry’s. His Mansion is a Christ- centered residential program dedicated to helping men and women overcome debilitating life controlling behaviors such as drugs, alcohol, eating disorders, depression, and sexual addiction. His Mansion’s approach to healing in community is to point people to Christ and His saving grace.
This group will be searving their community of people by cleaning and cooking, working on the farm and best of all building in relationship with those in this season of healing.


Have questions? Contact Audrey Creager at

Commuter Thanksgiving

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Calling all Commuters!

Attend our annual Commuter Thanksgiving on Tuesday, November 22nd, from 6-8 PM.

Please bring a dish to share.

We will have the thanksgiving essentials available.

Please check out this link to the Commuters Facebook page for directions.


It will be a good time of fellowship.

Black Friday Shopping Spree

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Buy an item for a refugee on your shopping spree!

Do you have a tight budget but want to help the refugees?

Buy them a personal care item while you are shopping on Black Friday.

     If all 908+ students bought one of these items for a refugee, we would be able to put together approximately 80 different kits. In fact, if all students, faculty and employees purchased items for refugees, our impact could be even greater!
     Every effort, no matter the size makes a difference. Here are some items that refugees are in great need of which you might be able to afford:

Personal Care Kit





Deodorant (2 men’s, 2 women’s)

Bars of soap

Shaving razors

Shaving cream

Feminine hygiene pads

Rolls of toilet paper (4 or more)

All items must be turned in to the ASB office on Monday, November 28, from 4-6 PM.
Come to our Restart-Kits-assembly-party on Monday, November 28, from 4-6 PM.
Limited space available so Email Reilly Pekkola to secure a spot. Location to be announced.
     The Community Engagement branch of ASB is partnering with the Refugee Car Collective in Portland to collect supplies that refugees will need to restart their life here in the States. For more information in regards to Refugee Care Collective please click here:

Volunteers Needed for Poverty Simulation

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Are you looking for an opportunity to volunteer? For one day? At a poverty simulation? In Salem?


   CoActive Connections is looking for volunteers to help set up, staff, and take down their event next Thursday, November 10th from 8AM to noon.  There will be a brief training November 3rd for all volunteers who would wish to help staff the event.
   The event will be located at the Center for Community Innovation (1255 Broadway St. NE, Salem, OR 97301). If you are interested, please follow this link to register, either as a participant or a volunteer.
   If you are volunteering, the simulation is provided to you for free. To secure your free spot, please register and immediately email Lori Beamer at: