Financial Aid

A representative from the IUPUI Financial Aid Office is routinely available for counseling in the Dental School and is also reachable through email at  The IUPUI Financial Aid Office website is

IUSD maintains a small emergency loan fund for students, and there are several scholarships for modest amounts that are granted in the fall semester for eligible students who apply for them.  Since loan and scholarship funds are becoming more limited and the number of financial aid applicants is rapidly increasing, students are encouraged to have their financial affairs in order before enrolling at IUSD.

For questions regarding Financial Aid, please contact:

Jason Webster
(317) 274-5289

IU School of Dentistry
1121 W Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

Office Hours at School of Dentistry (DS-109)


7:30 am - 4:30 pm


7:30 am - 4:30 pm




7:30 am - 4:30 pm 


7:30 am - 4:00 pm


Please find the Financial Aid Fact Sheet for Dental Assisting and Dental Hygiene here


Please contact Dental Assisting Administrative Assistant for further information or scholarship and/or loan forms.  As scholarships or loans become available that are not list below, students will be notified.

IUPUI Scholarship Information

Dental Scholarships

    1.  Hispanic Dental Association Foundation
a.  Criteria:

                    i.     Accepted as a full-time, entry-level student in a dental assisting program during the academic
                           year for which you 
are applying
                   ii.     Have a minimum average grade point of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
                   iii.    Be of Hispanic origin (at least one parent of Hispanic descent)
                   iv.    Show evidence of community service, leadership, and/or extracurricular activities
            b.  Deadline:  July 2
            c.  Scholarship amount:  $500

    2.  Juliette Southard/Oral-B Laboratories Scholarship Program
            a.  Criteria:
                    i.     Enrolled in a dental assisting program or applicable courses aimed at furthering a career in
                           dental assisting

                   ii.     ADAA (American Dental Assistants Association) student member
                   iii.    Intent to pursue a long-range career in dental assisting
                  iv.    Has qualities pertinent to dental assisting such as personality, organizational skills, accepts 
                           responsibility and 
            b.  Deadline:  January 31
            c.  Scholarship amount:  $500

    3.  ADA (American Dental Association) Endowment and Assistance Fund and Health Foundation
            a.  Criteria:
                    i.     U.S. Citizen
                   ii.     Enrolled in a dental assisting program accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation
                   iii.    Enrolled full-time, a minimum of 12 credit hours
                  iv.     Must have a minimum financial need of $1,000
                   v.     Must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.8 based on a 4.0 scale
            b.  Deadline:  September 15
            c.  Scholarship amount:  Maximum of $1,000

    4.  Harriett Hine Fund for long-term loans
            a.  Criteria:  Show financial need
            b.  Deadline:  none
            c . Loan amount:  unspecified