Submit Two Supplemental Applications

Congratulations! The University of Florida College of Dentistry Admissions Committee has reviewed your ADEA AADSAS application and is pleased to invite you to submit two Supplemental Applications: UF Professional Application & College of Dentistry Application. We hope you’ll accept this as an achievement and a reflection of the potential that the Admissions Committee sees in you. Please review the following information and submit both of your supplemental applications as soon as possible.

For U.S. Permanent Residents OnlyEmail a jpeg or pdf copy of the front and back of your Permanent Resident Card (Green Card).

1. UF Professional School Application

  1. Visit UF Admissions – Professional Application – (
  2. Select “Apply”
  3. Create an account to log in
  4. Complete application for
    Program of Study: Dentistry – Degree Doctor of Dental Medicine
    Term: Fall 2021
    Location: Main Campus – Gainesville
  5. Disregard any options to upload transcripts or submit additional letters of recommendation. We will use the official transcripts and letters of recommendations included with your ADEA AADSAS application.
  6. If you are a re-applicant to ADEA AADSAS and completed the UF Professional School Application in a prior application cycle answer “Yes” to the question “Have you applied to University of Florida before?” This question is not in reference to applying to UF undergrad or graduate programs.
  7. Pay up to $37 for application and processing
  8. Have your 8-digit UFID (not your CollegeNET ID) in order to start the UF College of Dentistry Application (details below)
  • If you do not already have an existing UFID, you will be assigned one after 3 business days. You can retrieve your UFID by going to and click on “Log In.” After entering your email and password, under “Checklist” select “Click here for UFID.”
  • If you have any problems completing the UF Professional School Application, please contact UF Main Admissions at 352-392-1365, option 3 (Graduate/Professional Admissions).

2. UF College of Dentistry Application

  1. Use your 8-digit UFID to complete this UF College of Dentistry Application. First-time applicants to the University of Florida: You are assigned an 8-digit UFID three business days after completing the UF Professional School Application (details above).
  2. Visit UF College of Dentistry Application – (
  3. Create an account to log in
  4. Choose DMD Supplemental Application – Entering Class Fall 2021
  5. Complete the application
  6. Submit the free application (no additional payment required)

What’s next?

After successful completion of both of the Supplemental Applications (UF Professional Application & College of Dentistry Application), you will receive a confirmation email from our office within two weeks.

At that time, your official application status for UF College of Dentistry will change to Received/Under Review, which means you are waiting on us. How long will it take the Committee to review your supplemental applications? There’s no set timeline; some applicants may hear from us in a matter of days, while some applicants may hear from us in a matter of weeks or even months.

We know waiting can be stressful, and we thank you for your patience.

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Things to Consider

The University of Florida has an exceptionally fine dental program with a dedicated faculty, excellent facilities and an outstanding student body. Gainesville is an energetic college town with a very strong orientation towards sports, outdoor activities and a lively performing arts community. For more detailed information about the Gainesville area, the University of Florida and the College of Dentistry, go respectively to, and


The interview is a necessary step in the admissions process. It’s important to understand that an invitation to complete the two-step Supplemental Application is not a guarantee that an interview will be offered. Invitations to interview at UFCD are sent via email and include a specific date and time. We have adjusted our interview schedule to start later than usual this cycle to accommodate as many applicants as possible who’ve had to delay taking the DAT due to reduced capacity at testing centers. Interviews will be conducted via Zoom.