Request a tour to view clinics and classrooms and learn more about what the UIC College of Dentistry has to offer. A tour is not required as part of the application process, but it is a great way to learn more about the program from students and admissions staff.
The UIC College of Dentistry will begin accepting applications for its January entering class on March 5. The application deadline for submission of an ADEA CAAPID and UIC application is June 15.
To apply to the UIC College of Dentistry you should first submit the American Dental Education Association (ADEA) Centralized Application for Advanced Placement for International Dentists (CAAPID).
After submitting the CAAPID application, please submit the UIC Supplemental Application. Please apply to the 2019-2020 Cycle, General Application, Doctorate level, DMD Advanced Standing.
International Credential Evaluation Fee
A non-refundable $50 International Credential Evaluation Fee is assessed for all graduate and professional degree-seeking applicants who have post-secondary coursework taken outside the United States. The fee is assessed once per application term. Payment of the fee will be requested online through the application checklist after submission of the application.
Please review the DMD-AS Application Checklist and the electronic document criteria requirements. Please do not mail your documents, our office will not accept them.
Since the College has a limited capacity, it must be selective in choosing students. The selection is based upon the applicant's credentials, letters of recommendation, and information obtained during the application process. A rolling admissions process is used with preference given to earlier applications. Admission to the College of Dentistry is competitive, and it should be recognized that not all candidates who apply will be admitted. Only those candidates deemed highly qualified will be invited for an on-campus interview in the months of April - August. The Office of Admissions will notify all applicants of a final admissions decision no later than November.
Our office will send application status updates, including: acknowledgement receipt e-mails, missing credentials e-mails, and notification of interviews and admissions decisions via email. Each applicant at UIC will receive a UIN number (University Identification Number), please include your name and UIN when contacting the Admissions staff.
Please note that the Office of Admissions is unable to provide updates to third party individuals due to the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). More information.