The application cycle begins on March 5. The deadline to submit the CAAPID application and UIC online application is June 15. If you submit your application by June 15, you will be allowed to upload your supplemental application documents after the deadline date.
If you applied last year you should resubmit all application materials. The college does not transfer application materials from previous years.
The College of Dentistry is accepting applications from students that currently hold a U.S. valid visa status. If your visa status allows you to study, you can apply to our program. Please seek legal counsel if you are unsure that your visa status allows you to study in the U.S.
No, UIC only accepts an Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) course by course evaluation.
No, UIC will only accept dental school transcripts issued by the University registrar or controller of examinations. We will not accept documents issued by the Dental College.
Yes, students that have earned a US high school, associate's, bachelor's or master’s degree are exempted from taking the TOEFL. The degree must have been earned at the time of application. It cannot be in progress.
No, the National Board exam part II is required to apply to the program. You have to pass both national board part I and II at the time of application.
You should list all US degree(s) you have earned in your CAAPID and UIC application. In addition, when you submit the UIC online application, you should list the program you are enrolled in or have earned a degree from. The UIC application will provide you with a tab that will allow you to upload your transcript.
The College of Dentistry is accepting applications from students that currently hold a U.S. valid visa status. If your visa status allows you to study, you can apply to our program. Please seek legal counsel if you are unsure that your visa status allows you to study in the U.S.

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