Information and dates will be provided at a later date.
We are happy to announce that we are providing optional in-person tours of our dental school solely for those who have been scheduled to interview for the 2021-22 admissions cycle. This experience is a limited opportunity but not required.
To sign-up for a tour, please complete the form through the link here. You will receive a confirmation email with directions and details if you have been scheduled for a tour.
We have made many changes at our college to help keep our patients, students, and faculty safe, including minimizing the number of people in the building. Therefore, we cannot accommodate parents, friends or other family members for the tour at this time. Please wear a mask to your tour appointment and come alone. The University of Florida and our college have been highly successful in utilizing these and other precautions to keep everyone as safe as possible.
Friday, November 12, 2021, from 11:45 am – 1:00 pm Eastern Time
Here are some details about what UF College of Dentistry has to offer you.
- Admissions Outreach Ambassadors have prepared a “Day in the Life of a Dental Student Video” to showcase student life at UF College of Dentistry
- “Managing Your Money Video” by Dr. Larry Cook
- Video Tour
- ADEA AADSAS Interview Do’s and Don’ts Flyer
- Military Scholarships
- D.M.D. Program Highlights
- 2020-2021 Cost of Attendance
- Office of Research – Research Opportunities Brochure & Info Card
- Why UF College of Dentistry?
About City of Gainesville & University of Florida
The City of Gainesville was established in 1853 and selected as the official site of the University of Florida in 1905. The largest city in Alachua County, Gainesville is conveniently located in north-central Florida within easy reach of main highways and several international airports and within driving distance of many of the state’s major metropolitan areas. We are also a quick trip away from the beach, located halfway between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico.
Gainesville boasts vibrant food, music, and art cultures. Natural wonders, including spring-fed rivers, hiking and biking trails, and preservation areas, abound in the surrounding landscape, and Gainesville has been a designated Tree City USA community for more than three decades. This year, Gainesville was recognized as a Tree City of the World.