Mailing Address
         School of Dentistry
       University of Louisville
     Louisville, Kentucky 40202


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GENERAL INFORMATION
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academic calendar without prior noti...
Directory


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Application for admission to School of Dentistry ...
Postgraduate Programs and Residencies:


Endodontics Postgraduate Program           Department of Periodontics,
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Gray areas indicate University parking.
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  1. 1. Mailing Address School of Dentistry University of Louisville Louisville, Kentucky 40202 Location Health Sciences Center 501 South Preston Street Telephone Dean's Office: 502/852-5295 Fax: 502/852-3364 Student Affairs: 502/852-5081 Fax: 502/852-1210 Registrar's Office Belknap Campus: 502/852-6522 School of Dentistry: 502/852-1207 School of Dentistry 2007-2008
  2. 2. REVISED MAY 2005 The REDBOOK is the official “The University of Louisville is statement of the organizational accredited by the Commission on structure, the rules of governance Colleges of the Southern and procedures, and the Association of Colleges and University-wide policies of the Schools (1866 Southern Lane, University of Louisville. If there is Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097; any conflict between the policies, Telephone number: 404-679-4501) procedures or other statements to award Associate, Baccalaureate, contained within this bulletin, the Master’s, Doctoral, and First REDBOOK shall govern. Copies of Professional Degrees (D.M.D., J.D., the REDBOOK are under the M.D.).” control of the University Counsel. The University of Louisville School Official copies are maintained by all of Dentistry reserves the right to University Libraries, the Student change programs of study, Government Association Office, the academic requirements, fees, student grievance officer, and the schedules of courses, or the Vice President for Student Affairs. announced academic calendar without prior notice. The University of Louisville The provisions of this publication do reserves the right to change not constitute an express or implied programs of study, academic contract between the University and requirements, fees, schedules of any member of the student body, courses, or the announced faculty, or general public. academic calendar without prior The University of Louisville is an notice. equal opportunity institution and The University of Louisville is an does not discriminate against equal-opportunity institution and persons because of race, religion, does not discriminate against sex, age, national origin, or persons because of race, religion, handicap. citizenship, sex, age, handicap, color, or national origin. 2
  3. 3. Table of Contents GENERAL INFORMATION Academic Calendar 2007-2008 ............................................................4 Directory ...............................................................................................5 Map of Health Sciences Center............................................................7 General Information Message from the Dean .....................................................................10 Health Sciences Center......................................................................11 School of Dentistry .............................................................................11 Mission and Goals ..............................................................................11 The University and the Community ....................................................12 Drug-Free Schools Notice ..................................................................12 Admission to the School of Dentistry..................................................13 Fees and Expenses............................................................................14 Classification of Residency.................................................................15 Financial Aid .......................................................................................18 Accommodations and Services ..........................................................19 Organizations and Activities ...............................................................19 Honors and Awards ............................................................................21 Programs in Dentistry Doctor of Dental Medicine (D.M.D.) Curriculum .................................25 Academic Policies and Degree Requirements ...................................28 DMD and DDS Degrees .....................................................................32 Additional Academic Policies and Programs ......................................32 Dual Degree Program for Dental Students.........................................32 Advanced Education ..........................................................................32 Endodontics Residency ......................................................................32 General Practice Residency ...............................................................33 Oral and Mixillofacial Surgery Residency ...........................................33 Orthodontics Residency .....................................................................33 Pediatric Dentistry Residency.............................................................33 Periodontics Residency ......................................................................34 Master’s Degree Program in Oral Biology ..........................................34 Additional School of Dentistry Educational Opportunities ..................34 Note: Dental Hygiene is included in the University Consolidated Catalog Dental Hygiene Program ....................................................................34 DMD Courses Departments of Instruction .................................................................37 Basic Sciences Departments and Courses ........................................37 Department of Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology .....................37 Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology...........................38 Department of Microbiology and Immunology ....................................38 Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology....................................38 Department of Physiology and Biophysics .........................................38 School of Dentistry Departments and Courses Diagnostic Sciences,Prosthodontics and Restorative Dentistry .........41 Molecular, Cellular and Craniofacial Biology ......................................43 Department of Orthodontics, Pediatric and Geriatric Dentistry...........44 Department of Periodontics, Endodontics and Dental Hygiene..........45 Department of Surgical and Hospital Dentistry...................................46 Interdisciplinary Studies......................................................................46 Administration and Faculty Administrative Officers of the University.............................................49 Administrative Officers of the School of Dentistry ..............................49 Chairs of Departments........................................................................49 School of Dentistry .............................................................................49 Alphabetical Listing of School of Dentistry .........................................50 Table of Contents 3
  4. 4. Academic Calendar 2007–2008 The University reserves the right to change the announced academic calendar without prior notice. For more information, call Registrar's office, 852-6522. 4 Academic Calendar
  5. 5. Directory For information about: Consult: Application for admission to School of Dentistry Office of Student Affairs School of Dentistry Telephone: 852-5081 Registration, assessment of fees, Office of the Dental Registrar identification cards School of Dentistry Telephone: 852-1207 Ordering transcripts Registrar's Office Belknap Campus Houchens Building Telephone: 852-6522 Payment of fees, cashing of small Office of the Bursar personal checks Belknap Campus Houchens Building Telephone: 852-6503 Financial aid Laurie O’Hare School of Dentistry Telephone: 852-5076 University Student Financial Aid Belknap Campus Houchens Building Telephone: 852-5511 On-campus housing Housing Office Belknap Campus Stevenson Hall Telephone: 852-6636 Campus emergencies Department of HSC Public Safety Chestnut Street Garage Telephone: 852-5112 Health care, student health insurance Student Health Service Belknap Campus Telephone: 852-6479 Graduate (MS) Program in Oral Biology Dr. David A. Scott School of Dentistry Telephone: 852-8905 Dental Hygiene Program Dental Hygiene Admissions School of Dentistry Telephone:852-5081 Dental Continuing Education Dental Continuing Education School of Dentistry Telephone: 852-5077 Student Government HSC Student Government Office Telephone: 852-5041 Directory 5
  6. 6. Postgraduate Programs and Residencies: Endodontics Postgraduate Program Department of Periodontics, Endodontics and Dental Hygiene Telephone: 852-1318 General Practice Residency Program Department of Surgical and Hospital Dentistry Telephone: 852-5083 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Department of Surgical and Advanced Training Program Hospital Dentistry Telephone: 852-5083 Orthodontics Postgraduate Program Department of Orthodontic, Pediatric and Geriatric Dentistry Telephone: 852-5124 Pediatric Dentistry Postgraduate Program Department of Orthodontic, Pediatric and Geriatric Dentistry Telephone: 852-5124 Periodontics Postgraduate Program Department of Periodontics, Endodontics and Dental Hygiene Telephone: 852-6928 Departments: Diagnostic Sciences, Prosthodontics and Telephone: 852-5661 Restorative Dentistry Molecular, Cellular and Craniofacial Biology Telephone: 852-7507 Orthodontic, Pediatric and Telephone: 852-5124 Geriatric Dentistry Periodontics, Endodontics and Telephone: 852-6928 Dental Hygiene Surgical and Hospital Dentistry Telephone: 852-5083 6 Directory
  7. 7. Health Sciences Center Map Gray areas indicate University parking. Gray areas indicate University parking. Health Sciences Center Map 7
  8. 8. Building Index Department Index Note: Letters/numbers represent 3C Parking Deck and Institutional 3B News and Public Information Services Building 4A Alumni and Development Office, Office, HSC (59c) University of Louisville HSC (58b) 3B Nursing, School of (59b) grid location. Numbers in 3C Medicine, School of (Research 3C Dental Clinic (55c) 3C Pharmacology and Toxicology Building represent official Hospital (50i) parentheses Index 3C Anatomical Sciences and 3C Obstetrics,Gynecology and Tower) (55a) 3C Neurobiology Department (55a) Dentistry, School of, Office of Department (55a) 3B Research Resources Women’s Health building numbers. 5A Center (57) (58) Myers Hall Note: Letters/numbers represent Continuing Education (55c) 3D Anesthesiology Department 2C Department (50a) Physical Plant (55b) grid Abell Administration Center 3B location. Numbers in 3C Medical Healthcare 224 E. 5D Norton Center One 3C (50c) Dentistry, School of, Dean’s 3B Ophthalmology/Visual Sciences 2B Physical Therapy (59b) parentheses represent official (59c) Building (54f) Broadway Building (59e) 3B Area Health Education Center Office (55c)5C Dermatology, Department (56) 3C Physiology and Biophysics building numbers. Health/Health 3B School of Public 3B Steam and Chilled Water (AHEC) Program Office (59c) Division of (59h) 3D Oral Cancer Diagnostic 4B Norton Healthcare Gray Street Department (55a) Information Sciences Plant (905) 5A Audiology and Speech Program (50r) Professional Building (904) 3C Diagnosis and General 3B Oral Surgery Graduate Practice Plan/ Housestaff Office 3B Ambulatory Care Building (50a) 3C Abell Administration Center 3D University of Louisville Pathology Center (58) 3C 4C Hospital Healthcare Pavilion Norton (50c) Dentistry Department (55c) (59c) (59c) 4A Arthur H. Keeney House (58b) 3C Biochemistry and Molecular Outpatient Clinic (50a) (58a) 3D Biology Department (55a) Diagnostic Radiology 3C Donald X. Baxter Biomedical 3C Ambulatory Care 3C Orthodontic, Pediatric and 3C Postal Services (55a) Research Building (55e) Department (50c) 5D Bioethics, Health Policy and Building/University Physicians 4B Norton Healthcare Services 3C Geriatric Dentistry Prosthodontics Department 3C Delia B.(50a) Biomedical Group Baxter Building (59f) 3D Law, InstituteMedicine Emergency of (XXX) Department (55c) (55c) Research Building II (55f) 3C Biological and Biophysical Department (50c) 3D Orthopedic Surgery 4A Arthur H. Keeney House (58b) 4B Norton Hospital (54d) 3C Departmentand Behavioral Psychiatry (xxx) 2D Carmichael Building (59) 3B Nursing, School of (59b) 5D Sciences Department (55c) Family and Community Sciences Department (55a) 3C Chestnut Street Parking 4C Baxter (Donald) Biomedical 3B Bookstore Department (54f) Medicine (59b) 4C Parking and Traffic Office, Research Building (55e) Garage (54e) 5C Old Turners Building (59h) 3D James Graham Brown Cancer 3B HSC (54e) Public Safety, HSC (59c) 3B Center (50r) Vice President Health Affairs 3C Children's Hospital Foundation 4B Baxter (Delia) Biomedical 3E Parking Deck III (under 2D 3D Pathology Department (59) Radiation Oncology Department Building (54b) Office (59c) 3B Child Evaluation Center 3B Pediatrics Department (59d) Research Building II (55f) construction) (50r) 3C Dentistry, School of (55c) 2C (CEC) (59d) Health Sciences Services (55b) 3C Periodontics, Endodontics, 3E Biomedical Research Building 3C Parking Deck and Institutional 3B 3B Frazier Rehab Institute (59j) 3B 5D ChildrenService and Clinic (59b) Health and Youth Policy and Dental Safety (55a) Radiation Hygiene III/IV (55G) (under construction) Services Building 2C HSC Instructional Building (55b) 3C Community Center for (54f) 3C Surgery Department (50a) Research, Health (55a) Department (55c) 2D James Graham Brown Cancer 3D Carmichael Building (59) University of Louisville 2C Computer Center (IT) (55b) 3C Pharmacology and Toxicology 3C Imaging Services (IT) (55c) 3C Surgical and Hospital Dentistry 4C Center (50r) Chestnut Street Parking Hospital (50i) 2C Consulting Services (IT) (55b) Department (55a) Department (55c) 3A Jewish Hospital Rudd Heart and Structure (54e) 3B Public Health and Information 3D 2C CopyIT Center (IT)Program (50r) Kentucky Cancer (55b) 2C Physical Plant (55b) Lung Center (59t) 3C Dental Clinic (55c) 3C University Television Services Sciences, School of (59b) 4C Kidney Disease Program (59r) 3C Physiology and Biophysics 3B Children and Youth Project-in (IT) (55c) 3A Jewish Hospital (901) 3C Dentistry, School of, Office of Department (55a) School of Nursing building (59b) 3B Research Resources Center 3C Library, Kornhauser Health 3B Jewish Hospital Outpatient Care Continuing Education (55c) 3B Practice Plan/ Housestaff 4B Center (902) Children’s Hospital Foundation (57) Sciences (55d) 3C Dentistry, School of, Dean's Office (59c) Building (54b) 2B Jewish Hospital Parking 3B Steam and Chilled Water Plant 3C Medicine, School of, Office of Office (55c) 3C Postal Services (55a) 3C Garage (903) Dentistry, School of (55c) (905) 5C Continuing Education (55a) Dermatology, Division of (59h) 3C Prosthodontics Department 2B Jewish Hospital Cardiovascular 3D University of Louisville Hospital 3C 3B Diagnosis and General Dentistry Medicine, School of, Vice (55c) 3B Deterrence of Biowarfare and Research Center (53) (50c) Department (55c) President and Dean’s Office 3C Psychiatry and Behavioral Bioterrorism, Center for (59b) 4D Keller Child Psychiatry 3D Diagnostic Radiology (59c) Sciences Department (55a) 3C Research Center Building (under Faculty Practice (54) 4C University Parking -in Chestnut Department (50c) 4C Public Safety, HSC (59c) construction) Street Parking Structure (54e) 3C Medicine Department (50a) 2B Kentucky Lions Eye Center (56) 3D Emergency Medicine 3D Radiation Oncology 3B Kidney DiseaseInstitute (59j) 4C Frazier Rehab Program (59r) 3B University Police-in Abell 3C Department (50c) Immunology Microbiology and Department (50r) Administration Center (59c) Department (55a) 2C Kornhauser LibraryBuilding (55b) 3C HSC Instructional and 3C Family and Community Medicine 2B Radiation Safety (55s) Commons Building (55d) 3C Anatomical Sciences and 3C DepartmentDepartment (55a) Neurology (50a) 3B School of Public Health/Health 3D Kosair Children'sBrown Cancer 3B James Graham Hospital (54a) 3B Health Affairs, Vice President Information Sciences Neurobiology Department 4B Neurological Surgery (904) Center (50r) 3B Kosair Charities Pediatric Office (59c) 3C Surgery Department (50a) (55a) 3A Center (59d) Jewish Hospital Rudd Heart 3B 2D News and Public Information Health Service and Policy 3C Surgical and Hospital Dentistry 3D Anesthesiology Department Office, HSC (59c) 3D Lampton Building (59a) and Lung Center (59t) Research, Center for (59) Department (55c) (50c) 3A Medical-Dental Apartments (52) 4C Jewish Hospital (901) 3C 3B Imaging Services (IT) (55c) Nuclear Medicine (59b) 3C University Television Services 2B Medical-Dental Research 3B Area Health Education Career 3D Kentucky Cancer Program (50r) (IT) (55c) 3B Building Hospital Outpatient Jewish (51) Center (AHEC) Office (59c) 3B Nursing, School of (59b) 4C Kidney Disease Program (59r) Care Center (902) 4B Medical Towers, North (51a) 3C Obstetrics and Gynecology 5A Audiology and Speech 3C Library, Kornhauser Health 2B and South (51b) Parking Garage Jewish Hospital Pathology Center (58) Department (50a) Sciences (55d) (903) 3C Medicine, School of (Research 3C 2B Medicine, School of, Office of Ophthalmology/Visual Sciences 3C Biochemistry Department (55a) 2B Tower) (55a) Jewish Hospital Cardiovascular Continuing Education (55a) Department (56) 5A Myers Hall Center (53) 3C Biological and Biophysical Research (58) 3B 3D Medicine, School of, Dean's Oral Cancer Diagnostic 3C Norton Healthcare Sciences Department (55c) Office (59c) 2B Kentucky Lions Eye Center (56) Program (50r) 224 E. Broadway Building (59e) 2C Biomedical Engineering (55b) 3C Medicine Department (50a) 4C Norton Healthcare Gray Street 4B Kidney Disease Program (59r) 3C 3C Oral Surgery Graduate Microbiology and Immunology 3B Bookstore (59b) 3C Professional Building (904) Kornhauser Library and Department Clinic (50a) Outpatient (55a) 4C Norton Healthcare Pavilion (58a) 3D James Graham Brown Cancer 3C Neurology Department and 3C Orthodontic, Pediatric (55a) Commons Building (55d) 4B Norton Healthcare Services Center (50r) 4B Neurological Surgery Geriatric Dentistry Department 3B Kosair Children’s Hospital (54a) Building (59f) 3B Child Evaluation Center (CEC) Department (904) (55c) 3B Norton Hospital (54d) 4B Kosair Charities Pediatric (59d) 3D Orthopedic Surgery Department 3B Nursing,(59d) of (59b) Center School 3B Children and Youth Clinic (59b) (50c) 3D Old Turners Building (59h) 5C Lampton Building (59a) 3B Clinical Laboratory Sciences 4C Parking and Traffic Office, HSC 5D Medical Center One (54f) (59b) (54e) 4C Medical-Dental Apartments (52) 2C Computer Center (IT) (55b) 2D Pathology Department (59) 2B Medical-Dental Research 2C Consulting Services (IT) (55b) 3B Pediatrics Department (59d) Building (51) 2C CopyIT Center (IT) (55b) 3C Periodontics, Endodontics, and 4B Medical Towers, North (51a) Dental Hygiene Department (55c) 3B Cytotechnology (59b) and South (51b) 8 Map Legend
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  10. 10. Dean’s Office Message from the Dean By 2008, the School of Dentistry will: As the new incoming Dean of the School of • Be a nationally recognized institution of Dentistry I am excited to join an exceptional academic dentistry for being: community of educators, scientists and clinicians •One of the top 10 dental schools in the US at the ULSD. Moreover, I look forward to working with the faculty, students, alumni, friends of the • An outstanding clinical education program Dental School and the university community to • A leader in simulation education and ensure that Dentistry’s Challenge for Excellence technology continues at the pace set by my predecessors. • A leader in biomedical research • Deliver our clinical education program as a comprehensive care general practice program • Provide outstanding quality and cost efficient advanced education programs • Enhance our basic science and clinical Dentistry's Challenge for Excellence research funding to at least $7 million annually • Enhance scholarship through peer-reviewed In essence, we will sustain the initiative “...to publications and invited national/international become a preeminent metropolitan research presentations university nationally recognized for our success in • Increase permanent endowments to at least $5 advancing the intellectual, social and economic million development of our community and our Commonwealth” developed in 1997. The School • Implement the ULSD unit diversity plan that of Dentistry, as a member of the Louisville supports race and gender diversity, equity and academic community, was called to be a open communication contributor to the attainment of the university’s • Create a master facilities plan, to include Challenge. In addition, at that time, national renovation of the clinical facilities influences on dental education provided an • Contribute to the metropolitan community and opportune time to change the way we do things in economic development dental education, research, patient care and service. • Be viewed as a leader at the university in pursuit of the Challenge ULSD 2008 is a continuation plan to transform the UofL dental education enterprise to support the university’s Challenge and contribute to the national advancement of academic dentistry. In a John J. Sauk, DDS, MS time when accountability and selective Dean investments are being made in higher education, it will be in our best interest to implement a similar strategy of accountability and selective investment. We will measure our progress using the School of Dentistry scorecard. What follows is a five-year update to position the School of Dentistry to be recognized as a significant contributor to the Challenge. 10 Dean’s Office
  11. 11. General Information Patient treatment laboratories and Pediatric Department of Molecular, Cellular Dentistry and Orthodontic clinics are all newly and Craniofacial Biology renovated. A student clinic renovation is planned. This department conducts fundamental and Health Sciences Center The design will provide flexibility and improved applied research on cellular and molecular patient flow to further enhance students’ clinical aspects of embryonic development and acquired The University of Louisville Health Sciences education. congenital malformations, as well as protein Center (HSC) is located just east of downtown expression and trafficking. It is also home to the Louisville on the Health Sciences Campus and is University of Louisville Birth Defects Center. contiguous to the main properties of three separate hospital systems—the University Hospital, Jewish Hospital HealthCare Services (JHHS) and Norton Healthcare. Collectively this area, which totals 24 city blocks, is known as the Louisville Medical Center. It is easily accessible Facilities of the School of Dentistry from all residential areas of the city. The quadrangle of the HSC includes the Schools of The three-story School of Dentistry building occupies almost 200,000 square feet at the Mission Statement Medicine and Dentistry, the Instructional Building, and the Commons Building which houses an Health Sciences Center campus. Emphasis has The University of Louisville School of Dentistry, auditorium, library and cafe. A building adjacent been placed on clinical and laboratory facilities through excellence in teaching and research, will to the quadrangle houses the School of Nursing, and equipment. Clinical areas have been educate competent dental professionals. The the Children and Youth Health Clinic, and the provided in the School of Dentistry using a School will provide quality dental care and will campus bookstore. The School of Public Health cubicle system. In a cubicle, the student conducts serve the community to fulfill our urban and and Information Sciences, administrative offices his or her practice in an atmosphere of privacy, statewide missions. of the School of Medicine, and conference which enhances efficiency and self-confidence in facilities are housed in the beautifully renovated the pursuit of total patient care. Goals of the School Abell Administration Building. Other facilities The laboratories are multi-disciplinary units which The goals of the School of Dentistry are: within the Health Sciences complex include the provide an area for individual study and work. Ambulatory Care Building, an outpatient care A. To educate and develop competent general Each work station is equipped with both high and facility housing many of the University’s clinical dentists and allied dental personnel who are low bench positions. The high bench provides all departments and teaching practices as well as biologically informed, technically proficient, utilities necessary for biological laboratory the Primary Care Center, and the James Graham socially responsible, and research conscious. procedures, while the low bench enables a Brown Cancer Center, a cancer care and B. To conduct clinical education programs which student to learn preclinical techniques in a sitting research facility. The Donald E. Baxter and Delia provide quality dental care for patients. position where a patient-simulated manikin and B. Baxter Biomedical Research Buildings total C. To conduct advanced educational programs modern equipment closely simulate the clinical over 17,000 square feet of research space. for the development of personnel in the dental environment. Support laboratories adjacent to the health field. unit labs provide areas for technical laboratory History D. To conduct programs for continuing procedures. The University of Louisville School of Dentistry professional education of dental practitioners, enjoys a rich heritage in dental education and a allied dental personnel and others interested in reputation for clinical excellence that reaches dental health. back to the 1800s. E. To advance knowledge through research. Since the first class of 10 dentists graduated in F. To serve dentistry, the community, the state 1887, over 7,500 men and women have joined and the nation in all appropriate matters. their ranks. With record numbers of outstanding applications—more than 2,400 for 80 positions— Research the school’s tradition of excellence promises to stretch far into the future. More than 1,000 dental U of L has emerged as a leader in oral biology hygienists have graduated from ULSD since the research with world class faculty members program began in 1952.The Dental Hygiene respected for their discoveries. bachelor of science program is Kentucky’s only • In 2006, the National Institutes of Health dental hygiene program housed within a dental (NIH) ranked the University of Louisville School of school. Dentistry 17th among all dental schools, rising More than 100,000 patients are seen each year from 36th in 2002. at the dental school. Under the leadership of the • ULSD grant funding increased from $2 million ULSD Community Dental Health program, our in 2002-2003 to $8.7 million in 2006. faculty, staff and students provide approximately $1 million worth of dental services to the The University of Louisville School of Dentistry underserved each year and participate in more research program is divided into two sections: than 80 ongoing initiatives to promote oral health Oral Health and Systemic Disease Innovation in Clinical Education Research Group The University of Louisville School of Dentistry is The Oral Health and Systemic Disease Research a leader in computer-assisted education in both Group are involved primarily in studying the classrooms and clinics. Students can practice effects of bacteria on the host and how these clinical skills on computerized, lifelike patient local, oral effects may influence systemic health. mannequins in the Simulation Clinic. The Dental Education Center is outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment and equipped for wireless access. General Information 11
  12. 12. university and conducts programs beverages by individuals under related to this mission. The Schools 21 years of age; or of Medicine, Dentistry, Public Health 3. illegal possession of an open The University and the and Nursing, have a statewide container of an alcoholic Admission to the School of Community mission: to provide support services beverage, public intoxication, Dentistry for health practitioners as well as to driving while intoxicated, and The health sciences are an integral educate highly competent health drinking alcoholic beverages in Policy component of the University of professionals. Personnel are an unlicensed public place. Mission of the Admissions Louisville, although the campus is intimately involved in long-range In addition to imposition of Committee: physically separated from the main health planning for the community disciplinary sanctions under Belknap Campus. This relationship and Commonwealth, and their University procedures including The University of Louisville School gives students and faculty of the expertise is utilized by individual suspension or separation from the of Dentistry Admissions Committee Health Sciences Center Campus agency programs and by private University for such acts, students or shall identify, evaluate, and the support of a diverse educational health practitioners. The School of employees may face prosecution recommend applicants to the Dean institution and obligates faculty and Dentistry, deeply committed to and imprisonment under Federal who demonstrate the academic, students to the total philosophy of community service, constantly and Kentucky laws which make cultural, social and personal abilities the University. The University of seeks ways in which its resources such acts felony and misdemeanor to become competent dentists who Louisville has had close historical can aid the spectrum of persons crimes. will serve the community to fulfill our ties with the city of Louisville and throughout the state. diverse urban and statewide also with Jefferson County. The Code of Student Conduct lists Research activities of the school missions. Founded first in 1798 as Jefferson details of offenses and disciplines Seminary and later known as include the study of the availability for students. Staff may be of dental services throughout the The Committee on Admissions Louisville College, in 1846 it disciplined under Section 11.1 of the Commonwealth with the objective of selects a student on the basis of became the University of Louisville Staff Handbook. Faculty may be improving the distribution of academic proficiency in pre-dental and in 1970, a state university. disciplined by Deans per Redbook dentists. Affiliations between the studies, performance on the Dental Sections 4.5.3 or 3.2.2 with review As a result of this historic school and several community Admissions Test, recommendations per 4.4 for sanctions less than development, the University has a agencies have been developed to and nonacademic factors based on dismissal or suspension for one special responsibility for the extend and improve dental services a personal interview. A numerical year. educational and cultural life of this provided by the agencies and to Admissions Index is used to area. This responsibility is reflected provide community participation The health risks associated with the determine which students will be in its objectives to preserve and opportunities to students. In addition misuse and abuse of . accepted. Sixty percent of an articulate the major elements of to many structured programs mind-altering drugs, including applicant’s index score is based on man's cultural heritage; assist conducted by the school, concerned controlled substances and alcohol, academic factors and forty percent students in the development of students (with faculty support) include but are not limited to: is based on personal qualities. exact, critical, and independent participate in voluntary community physical and psychological thinking; and further the general health programs. dependence; damage to the brain, Candidates for the study of dentistry education of students, with special pancreas, kidneys and lungs; high must have sound ethical and moral emphasis on the recognition of all The school routinely provides dental blood pressure, heart attacks, and character and possess the ability to human values, and of civic and service through its clinics, and it strokes; ulcers; birth defects; a grow professionally. Applicants for international responsibilities. conducts continuing education diminished immune system; and, the first-year class of the University activities for practitioners and death. The University of Louisville is also of Louisville School of Dentistry are agencies of the area. Most well aware of the professional The Counseling Center and Student considered on their own merits, importantly, it serves the community resources it can offer the community Health Services provide without prejudice regarding race, by graduating highly competent of which it is a part and conducts assessment and referral services to religion, sex, age, handicap, color or dentists and dental hygienists to multifaceted programs to use its University students, as well as national origin. help meet the oral health needs of resources for the benefit of the Kentucky. serving as an alcohol and other communities it serves. The drug information/education Dentistry is the practice of applied University of Louisville is a vital and resource. For further information, biological science and requires a integrated component of the city of call 852-6585. Service for faculty high degree of technical Louisville, the Commonwealth of and staff are available through the competence. Since members of the Kentucky, and the nation. Faculty/Staff Assistance Program. profession have many civic and For further information call 852- social responsibilities, as highly Involvement in the community and developed sense of social Drug-Free Schools Notice 6543. concern for the community are the awareness is required. An basics of University thinking. understanding of human nature and As required by the Federal Drug- Besides providing the community human relationships is of utmost Free Schools and Communities Act with educated citizens and importance. In selecting courses in Amendments of 1989, you are competent professionals, the preparation for the study of hereby notified by the University of University has demonstrated its dentistry, a student should include Louisville that on University concern with environmental factors, courses in the natural/physical premises or at University-sponsored social conditions, civic problems, sciences, and in the social sciences activities the following acts are legal questions, and health matters. and humanities, which are the prohibited: The faculty and students of the foundations of a liberal education. University serve the community in 1. distribution, possession, or use of Additional courses in business, many ways through affiliations with any illegal drug or controlled mathematics and communication other agencies and through substance without legal skills have proven advantageous to voluntary and independent efforts. authorization; our graduates 2. providing alcoholic beverages to The University of Louisville is the individuals under 21 years of Commonwealth's major urban age, or possession of alcoholic 12 The University and the Community
  13. 13. Academic Background Resident of a non-metropolitan county which includes all Kentucky Applicants must have completed a minimum of 90 semester hours of counties EXCEPT Boyd (Ashland), Campbell (Cincinnati area), Daviess college course work, including 32 hours of science courses, from a U.S. or (Owensboro), Fayette (Lexington), Jefferson (Louisville), Kenton Canadian school. Applicants who will have earned a baccalaureate degree (Cincinnati area), McCracken (Paducah), and Warren (Bowling Green). prior to enrollment are given additional consideration. The Admissions Parental occupation: tradesman, semi-skilled or unskilled including committee reserves the right to modify admission requirements on a case- farm labor. by-case basis. English spoken as a second language. Recommended courses are: Orphan or single parent family. Efforts are made to attract minority applicants. All applicants seriously General Chemistry: 2 semesters considered for admission must participate in an on-site interview. These Organic Chemistry: 2 semesters or individuals are provided information regarding the School’s goals, strengths, Organic chemistry (1 semester) and Biochemistry (1 semester) expectations, and student performance. Financial considerations are also Physics: 1 semester discussed. Applicants meet with faculty and interact with students. Biology: 4 semesters minimum Applications from the American Association of Dental Schools Application Recommended Biology courses are: Service (AADSAS) are accepted from June 1 through February 1 each year. Human anatomy or comparative anatomy (strongly Beginning in the 2008 application cycle, the application deadline will be recommended) January 1 of each year. Approximately 350-400 applicants are interviewed Biochemistry (strongly recommended) each year to fill a class of 80 (44 Kentucky residents, 36 non-residents) Histology Physiology Letters of acceptance are offered beginning December 1 in accordance with Cellular biology AADS policy. A non-refundable deposit of $200 is required to reserve a place Microbiology in the class. The deposit is applied to the cost of registration for the first Immunology semester of enrollment. All acceptances are granted contingent upon the Other upper-level animal biology courses satisfactory completion of any college work in progress at the time of acceptance. Inquiries concerning admission should be addressed to the It is expected that all applicants will have completed general education following: requirements and have received a broad exposure to the humanities and Office of Student Affairs social sciences. Additional courses that students have found helpful include School of Dentistry Room 231 fine arts, business, psychology, and communications. University of Louisville Louisville, Kentucky 40292-0001 Dental Admission Test The Dental Admission Test is required of all entering students. Applicants The School of Dentistry reserves the right to limit enrollment on the basis of may take the test, via computer, at a date and time of their choosing, but are scholarship, recommendations, interviews, and any other factors affecting the encouraged to take the test no later than October prior to their anticipated admission process. enrollment the following fall. After registering for the Dental Admission Test through the American Dental Association, applicants may contact a local Sylvan Learning Center to schedule a test date. Further information may be obtained from predental advisors, the School of Dentistry, or by writing the Division of Educational Measurements, American Dental Association, 211 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60611. Application The School of Dentistry participates in the Associated American Dental Schools Application Service (AADSAS). A person interested in making application should contact AADSAS to secure an application packet. AADSAS 1625 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036-2212 Telephone: 202/667-1886 Students are encouraged to initiate the application process during the summer or early fall prior to the application deadline to insure sufficient time for processing. Both Kentucky and out-of-state residents are considered for admission. Kentucky residents may also be given additional consideration if they meet criteria for being “disadvantaged” as follows: A “disadvantaged applicant” is defined as one who cannot compete on an equitable basis, using standard criteria for acceptance to Dental School and/or has not had equal educational opportunity. Each of the following criteria indicates a disadvantaged applicant: Parental education: both parents with high school education or less. Admission Policy 13
  14. 14. Timetable of Application and Acceptance Applicant Response to Acceptance Filing of Formal Application If accepted between December 1 and January 1: 45 days. Earliest Date: June 1 If accepted between January 1 and February 1: 30 days. Latest Date: January 1 If accepted after February l: 15 days. Application fee: $50. A deposit fee of $200 holds a place in class. The deposit is non-refundable if acceptance is canceled by applicant. Notification of Acceptance Earliest Date: December 1 Latest Date: Varies Fees and Expenses Registration Fees For residents of Kentucky, the tuition fee for the academic year is $18,850 annually. For nonresidents of Kentucky, the tuition fee is $45,094 annually. Questions of resident status should be addressed to the Office of Student Services, University of Louisville, Belknap Campus, Louisville, Kentucky 40292. The amounts include the mandatory student activity and student building fees, but do not include the following: Fees Application for Degree ...........................................................................$ 20 Transcript (for enrolled students) ..........................................................$ 5 mailed;$10 on the spot Late payment fee ...................................................................................$ 50 Transcript after graduation (first one after degree is free). ....................$ 5 mailed;$10 on the spot Note: Fees and refund schedules are established by the Board of Trustees and are subject to change without prior notice. Replacement Diploma............................................................................$ 20 Resident Non-Resident Registration Fees (2007-2008) amounts are not cashed. Checks postdated will not be accepted nor will any check be held for deferred deposit. A $15 penalty will be charged for Tuition Fee .................................................$18,850 .....................$45,094 returned checks. If such a check and penalty are not paid promptly, the Instrument Rental.........................................$5,000 .......................$5,000 student will be subject to a legal action. Books (per semester)...................................$1,000 .......................$1,000 Mandatory Health Fee.....................................$160 ..........................$160 Refunds Total ..........................................................$25,010 .....................$51,254 When a student officially withdraws (see below) from the University or from any course, or courses, for which hourly rates apply, tuition and Student Semester Tuition Activity fee charges and credits will be adjusted in the following manner: Charge Credit Payment of Fees and Student Financial Responsibility University policy requires that registration fees be paid in full at the Withdrawal through the beginning of each term on or before the designated due date. Payment may first week of semester...................0%..........................100% be made by cash, money order, or charge card (Master Card, VISA). Other Withdrawal during payment options include shortterm tuition loan (with repayment occurring second week of semester...........50%............................50% during the semester), or financial aid credit. All payment options are detailed Withdrawal during third or on the tuition statement that is mailed to all registered students prior to the fourth week of semester .............75%............................25% start of each semester. Withdrawal after fourth week of semester .....................100%..............................0% Penalty The Registrar may discontinue services, including the privilege of This policy applies to all tuition and Student Activity fees except for registration, to a person having a pastdue University account. nonrefundable deposits. Special course fees, laboratory fees and the The Bursar's Office ordinarily will accept a check from any person for only student building fee are refundable only with 100% adjustment. the amount which that person owes the University. Checks for larger 14 Fees and Expenses
  15. 15. Withdraw Policy al extenuating circumstances beyond the student's (b) A court-appointed legal guardian if: The effective withdrawal date is the date on control, including serious personal illness or 1. The guardianship is recognized by an which the withdrawal is processed in the Student injury, or illness or death of a parent. appropriate court within the United States; Records System. This date is used in calculating (3) "Degree level" means enrollment in a course 2. There was a relinquishment of the rights of the any tuition reduction due. or program which could result in the award of a: parents; and A student who leaves school unofficially, that is, (a) Certificate, diploma or other program award at 3. The guardianship was not established primarily without permission from the Dean's Office, may an institution; to confer Kentucky residency on the person. forfeit all rights to a refund or reduction of account (b) Baccalaureate degree or lower including (14) "Preponderance of the evidence" means the Note: The schedules, fees, and regulations and may receive the mark of "F" in all courses. enrollment in a course by a nondegree-seeking greater weight of evidence, or evidence which is post baccalaureate student; more credible and convincing to the mind. specified are subject to change without notice. (c) Graduate degree or graduate certification (15) "Residence" means the place of abode of a other than a first-professional degree in law, Parking person and the place where the person is medicine, dentistry or "Pharm. D"; or Parking permits are provided for a fee by the physically present most of the time for a University of Louisville. Parking spaces are (d) Professional degree in law, medicine, noneducational purpose in accordance with available to students at the Health Sciences dentistry, or "Pharm. D". Section 3 of this administrative regulation. Center campus in designated lots. (4) "Demonstration of Kentucky domicile and (16) "Student financial aid" means all forms of Any student planning to drive on the Health residency" means the presentation of payments to a student if one (1) condition of Sciences Center campus is required to fill out documented information and evidence sufficient receiving the payment is the enrollment of the official automobile registration forms to receive a to prove by a preponderance of the evidence that student at an institution. parking permit. These forms are available in the a person is domiciled in Kentucky and is a (17) "Sustenance" means living expenses Office of Public Safety. It is expected that all who resident of Kentucky. including room, board, maintenance, avail themselves of the parking facilities provided (5) "Dependent person" means a person who transportation, and also may include educational will do so subject to the rules and regulations of cannot demonstrate financial independence from expenses including tuition, fees, books, and the University and with due regard to the rights of Section 2. Scope. (1) State-supported parents or persons other than a spouse and who supplies. others. Parking tickets must be paid promptly at does not meet the criteria established in Section the Public Safety Office or submitted with a 5 of this administrative regulation. reasonable excuse to the appeal committee; postsecondary education institutions were otherwise, such a ticket becomes a charge (6) "Determination of residency status" means the established and are maintained by the against the person to whom issued. decision of a postsecondary education institution Commonwealth of Kentucky primarily for the that may include a formal hearing that results in benefit of qualified residents of Kentucky. The The following University parking fees are in effect the classification of a person as a Kentucky substantial commitment of public resources to Student per year ..............$ 100 (green permit) for 2007-08 resident or as a nonresident for admission and postsecondary education is predicated on the tuition assessment purposes. proposition that the state benefits significantly from the existence of an educated citizenry. As a 13 KAR 2:045. Determination of residency Residency Status (7) "Domicile" means a person's true, fixed, and matter of policy, access to postsecondary status for admission and tuition permanent home and is the place where the education shall be provided so far as feasible at assessment purposes. person intends to remain, and to which the reasonable cost to an individual who is domiciled person expects to return if absent without in Kentucky and who is a resident of Kentucky. intending to establish a new domicile elsewhere. RELATES TO: KRS Chapter 13B, 164.020, (2) The Council on Postsecondary Education may 164.030, 164A.330(6) (8) "Full-time employment" means continuous require a student who is neither domiciled in nor STATUTORY AUTHORITY: KRS 164.020(8) employment for at least forty-eight (48) weeks at a resident of Kentucky to meet higher admission NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: an average of at least thirty (30) hours per week. standards and to pay a higher level of tuition than KRS 164.020(8) requires the Council on (9) "Independent person" means a person who resident students. Postsecondary Education to determine tuition demonstrates financial independence from and approve the minimum qualifications for (3) This administrative regulation applies to all parents or persons other than a spouse and who admission to a state-supported postsecondary student residency determinations regardless of can meet the criteria established in Section 5 of education institution and authorizes the Council circumstances, including residency this administrative regulation. to set different tuition amounts for residents of determinations made by the state-supported (10) "Institution" means an entity defined in KRS institutions for prospective and currently-enrolled Kentucky and for nonresidents. This 164.001(11) if the type of institution is not students; the Southern Regional Education Board administrative regulation establishes the expressly stated and includes the Kentucky contract spaces; reciprocity agreements, where procedure and guidelines for determining the Virtual University, the Council on Postsecondary appropriate; the Kentucky Virtual University; residency status of a student who is seeking Education, and the Kentucky Higher Education academic common market programs; the admission to, or who is enrolled at, a state- Assistance Authority. Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship Section 1. Definitions. (1) "Academic term" supported postsecondary education institution. (11) "Kentucky resident" means a determination Program; and other state student financial aid Section 3. Determination of Residency Status; by an institution that a person is domiciled in and programs, as appropriate. means a division of the school year during which is a resident of Kentucky as determined by this a course of studies is offered, and includes a administrative regulation. General Rules. (1) A determination of residency semester, quarter, or single consolidated summer term as defined by the institution. (12) "Nonresident" means a person who is shall include: domiciled outside of Kentucky or who currently (a) An initial determination of residency status by (2) "Continuous enrollment" means enrollment in maintains legal residence outside Kentucky or an institution during the admission process or a state-supported postsecondary education who is not a Kentucky resident within the upon enrollment in an institution for a specific institution at the same degree level for meaning of this administrative regulation. academic term or for admission into a specific consecutive terms, excluding summer term, since the beginning of the period for which continuous (13) "Parent" means one (1) of the following: academic program; enrollment is claimed unless a sequence of (a) A person's father or mother; or (b) A reconsideration of a determination of continuous enrollment is broken due to residency status by an institution based upon a Residency Status 15
  16. 16. Section 6. Effect of a Determination of Dependent Status on a Determination of changed circumstance; and student's residence to be outside of Kentucky at Residency Status. (1) The effect of a the time of application for admission; (c) A formal hearing conducted by an institution upon request of a student after other (c) A person moves to Kentucky primarily for the determination that a person is dependent shall administrative procedures have been completed. purpose of enrollment in an institution; be: (2) An initial determination of residency status (d) A person moves to Kentucky and within (a) The domicile and residency of a dependent shall be based upon: twelve (12) months enrolls at an institution more person shall be the same as either parent. The than half time; or (a) The facts in existence when the credentials domicile and residency of the parent shall be established by an institution for admission for a (e) A person has a continuous absence of one (1) determined in the same manner as the domicile specific academic term have been received and year from Kentucky. and residency of an independent person. during the period of review by the institution; (2) A presumption arising from subsection (1) of (b) The domicile and residency of a dependent (b) Information derived from admissions this section shall be overcome by presentation of person whose parents are divorced, separated, materials; evidence that is sufficient to demonstrate that a or otherwise living apart shall be Kentucky if person is domiciled in and is a resident of either parent is domiciled in and is a resident of (c) Other materials required by an institution and Kentucky. Kentucky regardless of which parent has legal which are consistent with this administrative custody or is entitled to claim that person as a Section 5. Determination of Whether a regulation; or dependent pursuant to federal or Kentucky Student is Dependent or Independent. (1) In a (d) Other information available to the institution income tax provisions. from any source. determination of residency status, an institution (2)(a) If the parent or parents of a dependent (3) An individual seeking a determination of person are Kentucky residents and are domiciled shall first determine whether a student is Kentucky residency status shall demonstrate that in Kentucky but subsequently move from the dependent or independent. This provision is status by a preponderance of the evidence. state, the dependent person shall be considered predicated on the assumption that a dependent (4) A determination of residency status shall be person lacks the financial ability to live a resident of Kentucky while in continuous based upon verifiable circumstances or actions. independently of the person upon whom the enrollment at the degree level in which currently student is dependent and therefore lacks the enrolled. (5) Evidence and information cited as the basis for Kentucky domicile and residency shall ability to form the requisite intent to establish (b) If continuous enrollment is broken or the accompany the application for a determination of domicile. current degree level is completed, the dependent residency status. (2) In determining the dependent or independent person's residency status shall be reassessed status of a person, the following information shall when the circumstances detailed in subparagraph (6) A student classified as a nonresident shall Section 7. Member of Armed Forces of the be considered as well as other relevant 1 of this paragraph are present. retain that status until the student is officially United States, Spouse and Dependents; Effect reclassified by an institution. information available at the time the on a Determination of Residency Status. (1) A determination is made: (7) A student may apply for a review of a determination of residency status once for each (a)1. Whether the person has been claimed as a dependent on the federal or state tax returns of a member, spouse, or dependent of a member academic term. parent or other person for the year preceding the whose domicile and residency was Kentucky at (8) If an institution has information that a date of application for a determination of the time of induction into the Armed Forces of the student's residency status may be incorrect, the residency status; or United States, and who maintains Kentucky as institution shall review and determine the home of record and permanent address, shall be student's correct residency status. 2. Whether the person is no longer claimed by a entitled to Kentucky residency status: parent or other person as a dependent or as an (9) If the Council on Postsecondary Education exemption for federal and state tax purposes; and (a) During the time of active service; or has information that an institution's determination (b) Whether the person has financial earnings (b) If the member, spouse, or dependent returns of residency status for a student may be and resources independent of a person other to this state within six (6) months of the date of incorrect, it may require the institution to review than an independent spouse necessary to the member's discharge from active duty. the circumstances and report the results of that review. provide for the person's own sustenance. (2)(a) A member, spouse or dependent of a (3) An individual who enrolls at an institution member of the Armed Forces of the United (10) An institution shall impose a penalty or immediately following graduation from high States stationed in Kentucky on active military sanction against a student who gives incorrect or school and remains enrolled shall be presumed orders shall be considered a Kentucky resident misleading information to an institutional official, to be a dependent person unless the contrary is while the member is on active duty in this state including payment of nonresident tuition for each evident from the information submitted. pursuant to those orders if the member is not: academic term for which resident tuition was assessed based on an improper determination of (4) Domicile may be inferred from the student's 1. Stationed in Kentucky for the purpose of residency status. The penalty may also include: permanent address, parent's mailing address, or enrollment at an institution; or (a) Student discipline by the institution through a location of high school of graduation. 2. On temporary assignment of less than one (1) policy written and disseminated to students; or (5) Marriage to an independent person domiciled year. in and who is a resident of Kentucky shall be a (b) A member, spouse or dependent of a Section 4. Presumptions Regarding (b) Criminal prosecution. factor considered by an institution in determining member, shall not lose Kentucky residency status Residency Status. (1) In making a determination whether a student is dependent or independent. if the member is thereafter transferred on military (6) Financial assistance from or a loan made by a orders while the member, spouse or dependent of residency status, it shall be presumed that a parent or family member other than an requesting the status is in continuous enrollment person is a nonresident if: independent spouse, if used for sustenance of at the degree level in which currently enrolled. (a) A person is, or seeks to be, an undergraduate the student: (3) Membership in the National Guard or civilian student and admissions records show the student (a) Shall not be considered in establishing a employment at a military base alone shall not to be a graduate of an out-of-state high school student as independent; and qualify a person for Kentucky residency status within five (5) years prior to a request for a under the provisions of subsections (1) and (2) of determination of residency status; (b) Shall be a factor in establishing that a student this section. (b) A person's admissions records indicate the is dependent. 16 Residency Status

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