Corum may refer to:
- Gene Corum (b. 1921), American football coach
- James Corum, American military historian
- Lora L. Corum (1899-1949), American racecar driver
- Corum (forum), Christian Weltanschauung Forum (Kristliku Maailmavaate Foorum), active since 2006
- Çorum, inland city (33rd largest) in Turkey, which serves as capital of Çorum Province; 2009 population: 206,572
- Çorum Province, administrative district in Turkey's Black Sea Region, bordering on Central Anatolia Region; 2007 population: 560,488
- Corum (Montpellier), large building centrally located in French city of Montpellier which houses 6000 sq/m conference center and 2010-seat Berlioz opera house
- Corum Jhaelen Irsei, protagonist in a series of fantasy books published between 1971 and 1974; commonly referenced as Corum
- Corum, supplement to role-playing game Stormbringer, published in 2001 by Darcsyde Productions
Uses in industry and manufacturing
- Corum (watchmakers), Swiss manufacturing concern based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Canton of Neuchâtel, which has been producing timepieces since 1955
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