Dordt College is a comprehensive Christian college in Sioux Center, Iowa. With an impressive 14:1 student-to-faculty ratio, Dordt professors get to know students by name and care about their individual successes.
Named a “College of Distinction,” Dordt College is highlighted on well-respected “best colleges” lists, including U.S. News & World Report, Princeton Review, Washington Monthly, Money Magazine, and Forbes.com. Dordt College is a friendly and vibrant community, and most students live on campus.
A Dordt education is affordable, with 98 percent of students receiving financial aid. An average financial aid award for incoming students is $23,765. On average students graduate with less debt than many private colleges and all of Iowa’s public universities, and 99.6 percent of graduates were employed within six months of graduation.
General Information (2016-2017)
Financial Aid: 712-722-6087
|FAFSA Code: 001859
ACT Code: 1301
SAT Code: 6171
|Enrollment: 1,450||Priority Deadline for Financial Aid: April 1|
|Tuition & Fees: $29,130||Estimated Books & Supplies: $1,120|
|On-Campus Room & Board: $8,730||Minimum Admission Requirement: HS diploma or equivalent, ACT test|
|Types of Programs: Liberal Arts, General, Teacher Education, BSN, BSW, BSE|
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