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Advancement Office

Agriculture Stewardship Center

The Dordt University Agriculture Stewardship Center (ASC) operates on the principle that creation belongs to the Creator, and we have been given the privilege of caring for and using it. The ASC, located two miles north of the college, and the North Farm (intersection of B30 and Hwy 75) consist of 200 acres, where we raise livestock and grow row crops, small grains, and produce. Agricultural buildings are available for class sessions, student research, livestock production, and animal care.

Alumni Guest House

Coming to Sioux Center? Passing through Northwest Iowa? A warm welcome is always waiting for you here. Whether you are in town for a campus tour, visiting your student, attending a wedding, or having a reunion with roommates, the alumni house is the perfect choice for your stay. The alumni house functions as a guest house and is fully equipped and expertly cleaned, but we kindly remind our guests that it does not function as a hotel with around-the-clock staffing.

Make your reservation today.

B.J. Haan Auditorium

The B.J. Haan Auditorium is used for chapel services, concerts, organ recitals, and other events. It seats approximately 1,500 people. The auditorium showcases one of the finest pipe organs in the Midwest, a three-manual tracker-action organ featuring 37 stops, 57 ranks, and 2,865 pipes which range in speaking length from one inch to 16 feet. The auditorium is also equipped with two concert grand pianos, a Steinway and a Kawai.

Business Office

Campus Center

Clock Tower

Standing 54-feet high, the clock tower is a beautiful centerpiece on Dordt University's campus just outside the Campus Center building. The tower serenades the Dordt community with songs before chapel and during the lunch hour. It holds a repertoire of hundreds of songs, including familiar hymns, liturgical songs, and familiar classical pieces that are played for special holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter.

The clock tower was funded entirely by the generous financial donations of friends of Dordt University. Henry and Helen Van Klaveren of Modesto, California, are among the major contributors to this project.

Covenant Hall

Covenant Hall is located on the east side of campus. Constructed in 1998, the building provides its residents with a panoramic view of the college and many technological conveniences. The basement study room was renovated in 2002. The Campus Health Center was added in 2003, and the rest of the basement was renovated in 2004. Covenant Hall was built with residents in mind and offers a spacious living environment that fosters academic, social, and community development.

De Witt Gymnasium

The De Witt Gymnasium, which seats 2,500 people, is the home for Defender basketball and volleyball. The gymnasium can be divided into three sections for physical education classes. This building was completed in September 1968, with an addition completed in 1979, and a remodel completed in 2005.

Dining Hall

Otherwise known as "The Commons".

East Campus Apartments

The De Witt Gymnasium, which seats 2,500 people, is the home for Defender basketball and volleyball. The gymnasium can be divided into three sections for physical education classes. This building was completed in September 1968, with an addition completed in 1979, and a remodel completed in 2005.

East Hall

Founders Room

Hulst Library

The John and Louise Hulst Library provides space for more than 100,000 volumes and flexible seating for 300 students. The facility includes the Teaching Resource Center, the Academic Skills Center, reading areas, conference rooms, the college's historical archives, and staff offices.


The facilities of radio station KDCR-88.5 FM include a master control room, two production studios, a classroom/conference room, administrative offices, an engineer's workroom, and a newsroom.

Kuyper Apartments

The Kuyper Apartments are located on the southeast side of campus overlooking the natural prairie. This building, constructed in 2010, was designed to include many "green" features including a geothermal heating and cooling system, energy-efficient lighting, locally sourced materials, and high-efficiency windows. Environmentally responsible materials were used, including bamboo "plyboo" plywood, durable Corian countertops, and concrete floors, which are better for allergy sufferers and keep the college from dumping carpets in landfills. The apartments are designed with an open floor plan kitchen and lounging area, convenient bathroom facilities, and three bedrooms for six people

North Hall

Recreation Center

The Dordt University Recreation Center is a state-of-the-art facility that includes two weight rooms, a large fitness room, three racquetball courts, an indoor track, classrooms, a long jump pit, and a variety of other excellent facilities.

Ribbens Academic Complex

Informally known as the Classroom Building.

Science and Technology Center

Informally known as the "Science Building", the Science and Technology Center incorporates lecture halls, classrooms, faculty offices, and special facilities for the physics, chemistry, agriculture, engineering, biology, and environmental studies departments.

Southview Apartments

Designed with our upperclassmen in mind, Southview Apartments provide an opportunity for groups of six to live together in close-knit community. Each apartment features private bathrooms and living rooms, as well as full kitchens.

Te Paske Theatre

Dordt University performs a majority of its theatre productions at the Te Paske Theatre, located two blocks north of the main campus entrance. The Te Paske Theatre is a 514-seat, modified thrust stage theatre used for most main stage shows. It was completely renovated in 2009. Smaller productions are held in the Theatre Arts Center.

Theatre Arts Center

West Hall