Congratulations on your upcoming matriculation into the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry.
As you are making preparations to start dental school, there are a number of important items we would like for you to be aware of prior to your arrival on campus. We have set up a web site for the incoming students within the School of Dentistry’s Intranet. You will find required information on the student and faculty intranet that you will need to read prior to coming to school.
The student and faculty intranet is password protected. When prompted, you will need to enter your VCU eID and password. If you have not set up your eID and password to access your VCU email, go to the VCU eID finder web site, supply your V number and birthday and click “find”. Set a password for your eID and set your security questions.
We are excitedly looking forward to you becoming a part of the long-standing history and tradition of excellent dental practitioners representing the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry.
The Office of Continuing Education provides educational curriculum that actively engages the learner in acquiring new information and skills. Our faculty respond proactively to changing and advancing technology in dentistry by offering education programs which provide the skills needed to maintain and enhance clinical competency. Our office serves the public interest by providing educational opportunities for dental health care professionals which meet remediation requirements set by the Virginia Board of Dentistry.
Our online registration and payment website allows participants to manage their continuing education quickly and easily.
Through VCU Dental Care, the VCU School of Dentistry takes pride in the quality and affordability of care and service it provides to the general public. Our patients are cared for by a professional and friendly staff who help them achieve optimal oral health.
To meet your specific needs both financially and medically, VCU Dental Care offers three levels of service in general dentistry. If cost is your major concern, our student practices provide the most affordable care, but you will need to allow extra time for an appointment. If your time is precious, our faculty private practice appointments typically last 45 minutes. If your needs fall somewhere in between, take a look at our specialty and graduate education practices.
Our specialty practices can help with a wide range of dental care, all at a fraction of the cost of private practice.