Tuition and fees for 2022-2023 are as follows:
- Graduate Courses: $390/credit
- One-time Technology Fee: $100
- Program Completion Fee: $100
Graduate courses taken for graduate credit are worth three credits.
You may now pay your tuition and registration fees by credit card.
Credit card or online bank payments can be initiated through Dordt's new third party servicing agent, ACI. Dordt University uses ACI for collection of online payments. For credit/debit card payments, ACI charges a fee of 2.65% ($3.95 minimum). For ACH payments from your checking account, ACI charges a fee of $0.75.
The Canadian Exchange Rate is determined the first and 15th of each month and can be viewed online or by contacting the Business Office at (712) 722-6013.
In an effort to make graduate education at Dordt available to as many people as possible, program costs are kept as reasonable as possible. Financial aid in the form of federal loan programs is available. Students who wish to apply online should go to www.fafsa.ed.gov. For more information, contact Harlan Harmelink in the Financial Aid Office at (712) 722-6082.
Marion and Jan Van Soelen School Leadership Scholarship
Marion and Jan Van Soelen's children have established this scholarship honoring their parents' legacy in school leadership. This scholarship will be awarded to a first-time Master of Education student specializing in school leadership. The $2,000 scholarship will be awarded over the full length of the student's program, at $200 per three-credit course. Financial need will be considered, including employer reimbursement or assistance programs. To apply, email the Grad Ed Office for more details.
The Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant provides funds for teachers who plan to teach in a high-need field serving low-income students. For more invformation visit the Federal Student Aid site.
The Dordt University Federal ID is #001859.