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Alumni giving rate is number two in the nation among comprehensive colleges and universities

Among 324 colleges and universities in the United States in the US News & World Report's "Comprehensive Colleges-Bachelor" category, Dordt College alumni ranked number two in the nation for the percentage of alumni who donated to the college last year.

The average Dordt College alumni giving rate, as calculated by the US News & World Report, was forty-seven percent last year. The only comprehensive college in the nation with a higher alumni giving rate last year was Elmira College of New York with a forty-eight percent giving rate. The alumni giving rate of a few other Christian colleges as reported by the US News and World Report include Northwestern College of Orange City with thirty-two percent; Calvin College with thirty-one percent; and Trinity Christian College with twenty-two percent.

Congratulations to our alumni for achieving this remarkable distinction. We are grateful to God for your loyalty and faithfulness. We are proud of your commitment to the vision and mission of your alma mater and of how you live and work out of the reformational principles you acquired at Dordt College.