Students within the School of Dental Medicine are able to pursue a four-year Doctor of Dental Medicine degree, a two-year Doctor of Dental Surgery degree, a dual degree in public health (DMD/MPH) or business administration (DMD/MBA), a combined PhD or master’s in oral biology and certificate program in orthodontics, as well as two other residency certificate programs in general practice or pediatric dentistry.

Student Insights: Class of 2027

Female Students
Average Science GPA
Average Cumulative GPA
Average Dental Admissions Test (DAT) Academic Average

Student Resources

As a dental student, you may be eligible for scholarships and financial aid, and may decide to join one or more student organizations. Check out the Student Resources page for additional details about these opportunities, policies, and helpful tools.


As a dental student, you will have opportunities to participate in multiple research projects on a variety of topics within the more than 4,000 square feet of laboratory space. Check out the Research page for additional details.