- Dordt offers an excellent science education. Smaller class sizes mean that students get more attention from professors and they will be able to write more detailed recommendations. While nationally only one in three students get into medical school, nine in 10 Dordt graduates get into medical school.
- Dordt's program teaches students to treat whole people, not just their injuries, giving students a foundation for growing as a capable, loving, just, and ethical caregiver.
- Dordt's mission of a Christ-centered vision that encourages students to work toward a grace-filled renewal of all of life is an ideal foundation for becoming an ethical and compassionate physician.
- Dordt science faculty are actively engaged in research that involves undergraduate students, providing these students opportunities to dig into real problems and develop skills valued by medical schools.
- The Future Physicians Club provides a supportive group of fellow aspiring doctors and opportunities to connect with the local medical community.
- Dordt is large enough to offer a wide variety of ways to get involved and small enough to make it easy to do so. Students can explore journalism, theatre, athletics, music, volunteerism, student government, and more.
- At Dordt students get the personal assistance they need and will work closely with faculty to develop expertise in their field.