The School of Dental Medicine provides outstanding dental education and training, as well as high-quality clinical services. Currently, more than 100 undergraduate and graduate students and 300 doctoral and professional practice students are enrolled in the school’s First Professional, Residency, and Dental Hygiene programs. The school is a regional provider of dental services, offers affordable care for underserved populations, and has a proud history of providing specialized training and focused care for special needs patients.
Contributions from alumni and friends help the school support students with both need and merit based financial assistance; attract and retain the finest faculty and researchers; maintain and improve clinical facilities; offer continuing education programs for dental professionals; and provide quality and affordable oral health care for the community.
- Salk Hall Dental Commons Fund
- Deans Scholarship Fund in Dental Medicine
- Orthodontics Resident Fund
- Center for Patients with Special Needs
If you would like to make a donation to one of our Advanced Dental Education Residency or Graduate Program Funds, please contact Paul Casey. Mr. Casey will ensure that your donation is directed to the fund of your choosing.
Paul B. Casey
Director of Development
School of Dental Medicine