Students who have attended another accredited institution of collegiate rank may be considered for admission with advanced standing. College credits presented by transfer students will be evaluated in terms of the quality of the student's work and the relationship of the subject matter to Dordt's curriculum.
A minimum grade of C is required in each course to receive credit. A maximum of 61 semester hours of academic credit is granted to graduates of community colleges. After the application materials have been evaluated, students will receive notification of credits accepted, student classification, and academic status.
- Complete the application for admission.
- Have an official high school transcript of grades 9-12 sent to Dordt University. See the Transcript Request Form.
- Have an official academic transcript from each college you have attended sent to Dordt University.
To have an official transcript sent to Dordt University, contact the registrar's office of any colleges you have attended and request that they mail a transcript to Dordt. Transcripts are not considered official if they are sent by the student.
The mailing address is:
Dordt University Admissions
700 7th Street NE
Sioux Center, IA 51250
- Have your ACT/SAT score reports sent to Dordt University.
- Financial aid forms to be filed after October 1:
The Dordt University Title IV code is #001859.
Be sure to double check the Admissions/Financial Aid timeline to make sure everything is done on time.
Note: Students transferring from a community college or another college may be eligible for a Dordt University Academic Scholarship. See the Financial Aid Office's scholarship listings for more information.