US Applicants: A US citizen whose secondary education was completed at a US college and dental school.
Applicants are required to complete the university online application.
A non-refundable, only payable by American Express, Discover, MasterCard, or Visa, is required in order to process application.
Please send the following supplemental materials to:
Indiana University School of Dentistry
Office of Graduate Education and Global Engagement
1121 W Michigan Street, Room 280B
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended
Official dental transcripts
Official National Board Scores
Letters of recommendation - Two letters of recommendation are required from professional sources that can provide an unbiased critical assessment of your abilities, skills and strengths and weaknesses and comment on your qualifications for graduate dental study. Examples of professional and academic sources are academic advisors, professors, and clinical instructors. They should not be requested from a non-academic person unless you have extensive work experience with that individual and/or you have been away from academic institutions for some time.
Letters of recomemendation should be submitted through the online application system.
IUSD Supplemental Question - the IUSD supplemental question form is available on the university online application. You may submit the supplemental question form with supplemental documentation or upload the form to the online application.
Official Graduate Records Examination (GRE) scores (required for MS Dental Materials and Preventive Dentistry applicants only). Please provide testing site with the IUPUI institutional code (R1325).
Dental cumulative GPA and Rank
Current Curriculum Vitae (CV) - A CV is a type of resume, most often used in academia that provides a summary of one's personal accomplishments, goals, professional achievements, research background and employment history.
A personal statement may be uploaded to the university online application or mailed with supplemental materials. The personal statement should be up to 500 words in length. In your own words, describe experiences that have shaped your interest in our program. Outline your professional goals; immediate and long term. In your personal statement, it is imperative that you cite your sources, if you include any statements or quotes that are not your original thought.
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Graduate Education firstname.lastname@example.org