Mar 21, 2024

Dordt in the News: March 6 - 20

Here’s where Dordt University was recently mentioned in the media and by news sources.

March 20

“Dordt University in Sioux Center is excited to launch a Master of Business Administration program in the fall of 2024. Dordt’s MBA program will consist of 36 credits, be offered 100 percent online and can be completed in two years. For those students who did not study business, a foundation course will be provided to help students feel prepared for courses in accounting, economics and finance.”

March 18

  • Dordt Women having another great season led by Karly Gustafson (Dakota News Now)
  • Dordt women’s basketball determined for glory in 3rd straight NAIA Final Site trip (Siouxland Proud)

“The NAIA Women’s Basketball National Tournament has reached its Final Site status as Dordt women’s basketball secured a trip to the Sioux City Final Site for a third straight season, looking for even more hardware this campaign.”

March 12

  • Dierks: Karly Gustafson making the most of final season with top-ranked Dordt women’s basketball (Mitchell Republic)

March 8

  • Dordt senior selected for Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival fellowship (Sioux City Journal)

“With less than half of her final semester left, Dordt University senior Miranda Munson has been doing plenty of traveling. This week, she and her fellow Dordt University Concert Choir members spent their spring break performing concerts in Montana, Washington, Idaho and South Dakota, as well as in British Columbia, Canada. Next month promises to be even more eventful. She was one of approximately 125 students from across the country chosen for a fellowship at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF), taking place the week of April 21, in Washington, D.C.”

March 6

“On the heels of regular season and post-season tournament GPAC titles, Dordt Women’s Basketball Coach Bill Harmsen has been named by his peers as the league’s Hauff Mid-America Sports coach-of-the-year.”

“It was a GPAC Tournament Championship to remember in Sioux Center as #1 Dordt women’s basketball completed the 79-71 comeback win over #2 Concordia, earning the Defenders its first GPAC Tournament title in program history.”

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