Your support matters as we impact oral health globally through education, research, patient care and service.
College of dentistry Legacy challenge
As we aspire to be the global leader in promoting oral health, we are striving to document 20 new planned gifts by December 31, 2020. These gifts are significant because they help strengthen the college’s scope of impact on our state and the world, advancing the college for years to come. Extend our great legacy by contributing to one of the 20 planned gifts needed to achieve this goal.
dental fall weekend
We plan to celebrate Dental Fall Weekend November 13-14, 2020, with our class reunions Friday night. Sign up for a Saturday morning CE course before our Gator Dentist Tailgate, and then head to The Swamp for Florida vs. Mizzou. We look forward to seeing everyone!
alumni & development
The University of Florida launched the public phase of a $3 billion capital campaign, Go Greater, on October 13. The College of Dentistry has a $28 million fundraising goal through the eight-year campaign, which began silently in 2014 and runs through 2022.
Support to the Academy of Alumni and Friends Annual Fund helps to continue a long-standing tradition of helping the college improve the quality of its programs for students. By providing funding for academic enrichment and student programs, the Academy of Alumni and Friends Annual Fund ensures that the college’s outstanding students have the resources necessary to prepare them for a professional career in dentistry.
The only publicly funded dental school in the state, the highly competitive College of Dentistry ranks No. 5 for funding from the National Institutes of Health and excels in dental education, research, patient care and community service. Its degree and certificate programs, centered on interdisciplinary learning and research, prepare tomorrow’s leading dentists and dental specialists to serve the state of Florida and beyond.
“Don’t miss this window of opportunity…if you wait until you’re gone, you won’t ever develop relationships with the students you’re supporting.” ~ Dr. Terry Reid
ways to give
Support to the College of Dentistry helps continue a longstanding tradition of helping the college improve the quality of its programs for students. By providing funding for academic enrichment and student programs, scholarships, mission trips, and donations to specific departments, these gifts help to ensure that the College of Dentistry’s students have the resources and knowledge vital for a professional career in dentistry.
Office of development and alumni affairs
To make a gift, or for more information on how to get involved, please contact Richard Miller, Senior Director of Advancement at the College of Dentistry.
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