Andreas Center

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Mission & Vision

The mission of the Andreas Center is to advance the development and influence of Reformational thought and its service to God's kingdom by broadening the generational and geographical impact of Dordt University. The Andreas Center carries out its mission by supporting and expanding opportunities, both on and off-campus, for students, faculty, and staff to engage culture globally through scholarship and service. 

Our global vision as a Reformed, Christian college is what captured the imagination of Lowell, and his estate gift will further our efforts to broaden Dordt's service, learning, and presence in the world.

Consistent with this vision, the Andreas Center is where Dordt University does Christian scholarship in public for the common good of the academy, the church, and society.

The Andreas Center supports these areas of Christian scholarship:

In All Things Online Publication

In All Things online publication – engages the community beyond campus through conversations and perspectives through essays, book reviews, and interviews connecting faith to our work and culture in the public sphere. Voices include the Dordt Community, contributing writers, reformed thinkers, and others who help advance our perspectives and provide thoughtful insight on issues of relevance and importance.

First Monday Speaker Series

Diverse voices that engage the intersection of culture and faith on campus at Dordt University. The First Mondays Speaker Series brings thinkers, writers, and cultural leaders to Dordt to discuss with the campus and broader community ideas that will stretch our imaginations, grow our understanding and help us re-form our world in God-honoring ways. 


Pro Rege is a quarterly publication of the faculty of Dordt University.

The name is a Latin phrase meaning "for the King" and expresses the journal's purpose:

  • To proclaim Christ's kingship over the sphere of education and scholarship;
  • Explore topics relevant to Reformed Christian education;
  • And to inform the Christian community regarding Dordt's continuing response to its educational task.
Dordt Press

Dordt University Press has been publishing books since 1978. A complete list of titles and authors can be found below. These books are available from the Dordt University Campus Store and from all major online booksellers.


With the mission to engage culture globally through scholarship and research, the Andreas Center provides:

  • grants for research pursuits for faculty and through department funds,
  • funding for Dordt professors to lecture internationally
  • hosts community engagement through workshops and seminars
  • support for various events that support the common good

Contact us

The Andreas Center
Dordt University
| 700 7th St. NE, Sioux Center, Iowa 51250

Ruth Clark

Ruth Clark
Andreas Center Program Coordinator

SB 2621
(712) 722-6507