SPIN Online Application

College Information
Personal Information
Application Essay Questions

Note: your application will not be processed until the $50.00 (U.S.) application fee is sent to the address below. If you are not a Dordt student, please email a digital photo or send two passport-sized photos with your application fee.

Mailing Address:
Alexis Kreun
Coordinator of International Students and Off-Campus Programs
Dordt College
498 Fourth Ave NE
Sioux Center, Iowa 51250-1606
Phone: 712.722.6273
Fax: 712.722.6035
Email: Alexis.Kreun@dordt.edu

Transcript:
Please send an official transcript and list of the courses you are taking at the present time. If in digital form, the transcript can be sent to Alexis.Kreun@dordt.edu.

Recommendations:
Have two faculty members, your pastor, and one student services member who know you well write letters of recommendation and have them sent directly to the address at the top of this form. Click here for recommendation forms or request them from Alexis Kreun:Alexis.Kreun@dordt.edu.

Application Fee Information
A $50.00 (U.S.) non-refundable application fee must be sent to the address at the top before this application will be processed. Once an applicant has been accepted to the program, a non-refundable $350.00 (U.S.) deposit will be required to confirm your place in the program.

Statement Of Faith:
Dordt College (Sioux Center, Iowa) and the Nehemiah Center (Managua, Nicaragua) acknowledge, in harmony with the Reformed confessions, that the Scriptures are the Word of God. As God's infallibly and authoritatively inspired revelation, the Bible makes known the way of salvation in Jesus Christ, requires a life of obedience to the Lord, and provides the key to understanding, interpreting, and finding purpose in life.

Both Dordt College and the Nehemiah Center aim to establish in SPIN an environment that is conducive to the academic and spiritual development and welfare of its participants. SPIN seeks as students men and women who are committed to biblical, Christian principles.

The faculty and students of SPIN constitute a Christian community in which all must seek to speak the truth in love as brothers and sisters in the Lord. Christ calls upon both faculty and students to encourage one another to lives of faithful obedience to Him. It is expected that students will strive to obey the Lord's teaching in every area of their lives. Students who do not share this Christian commitment may not be in a position to appreciate SPIN's educational and cultural experiences. Students who come to SPIN should be fully prepared to abide by Christian standards and the policies of the program as expressed in the student handbook.