In 1979, the college offered six programs and had 36 students enrolled in advanced education programs. Today, the college offers 12 advanced and graduate programs and has approximately 150 residents enrolled in advanced and graduate education programs annually.
Certificate and Master’s Program
Degree seeking students must log in to ONE.UF and clear holds in a timely manner to avoid late registration fees.
Degree-seeking students need to complete an Insurance Wavier to avoid being charged for health insurance through UF. This insurance is not the same as the health insurance you will receive from the College of Dentistry.
Incoming students must complete this as soon as they have proof of insurance.
Continuing students must complete this each year by the end of the spring term.
The EAP provides short-term, confidential, professional counseling and referral services.
This is a requirement for Orthodontics, Periodontics, and Operative and Esthetic Dentistry.
This is a requirement for Endodontics and Prosthodontics.
Used for Master’s Thesis and PILOT Deadlines