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Daily tours during Iowa Private College Week
July 10, 2008
It’s free, informative, fun, and can save you money: Iowa Private College Week is your opportunity to get tours of 29 Iowa campuses, including Dordt College in Sioux Center.
From August 4 through August 8 (Monday through Friday) Dordt College invites high school students and parents to stop in at the Admissions Office in the Campus Center at 9 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. Tours will be given daily at these times. Participants will be able to visit with admissions counselors and current Dordt College students to ask questions regarding the college decision process and life as a Dordt College student. Refreshments will also be served.
Iowa Private College Week has been sponsored by the Iowa Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (IAICU) for 10 years. Prospective students receive an IPCW passport, which will be stamped at each campus that is visited. With a stamped passport, the enrollment application fee is waived, and if your passport is stamped at three or more campuses (maximum of two campuses per day), all participating Iowa colleges and universities will waive your application fee.
Students may pre-register to indicate the day and time they will be coming by calling the Dordt College Admissions department at 722-6080, or toll-free at 1-800-343-6738 (option 1). Individual campus tours may also be arranged by calling this number, or you can request the schedule of group tours offered throughout the ’08-’09 school year.
To pre-register for Iowa Private College Week tours, use toll free numbers listed on the website to register with a specific college or university.
Dordt College, Sioux Center, was ranked #3 this year on U.S. News and World Report’s list of top Midwest Baccaulaureate Colleges and has been on their top colleges list since 1993. Dordt College was also the only Iowa College named to U.S. News and World Report’s Midwest Baccalaureate Colleges “Great Schools, Great Prices” list (the average tuition paid is compared with a school’s academic quality to determine the best college value). Dordt was ranked fourth on this top 10 list.
The student body of about 1,300 students is from more than 30 states, seven Canadian provinces and 10 foreign countries.