College of Dental Medicine Students


The Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University offers a four-year program leading to a doctor of dental medicine degree. Dual programs in oral biology also are available. The dental curriculum consists of courses in oral biology, clinical sciences, behavioral sciences and management.

Dental School

Expenses

Estimated In-State Academic Expenses for 2015-2016 

Estimated Out of-State Academic Expenses for 2015-2016

Types of Aid

LOANS

LIMITED SCHOLARSHIPS

ALTERNATIVE LOANS

RESIDENCY & RELOCATION LOANS (4TH YEAR STUDENTS ONLY)

PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT

Forms

Satisfactory Academic Progress Forms (SAP)

In addition to maintaining all general aid requirements, all students receiving Federal Title IV (Federal) and State Aid must maintain satisfactory academic progress in order to continue receiving these funds. The U.S. Department of Education requires Augusta University to evaluate all student' academic progress at the end of each semester. Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) evaluations must take into consideration all periods of enrollment at other institutions and periods which the student did not receive financial aid. SAP measures grade point average (GPA) and Pace (rate of progression), and it necessitates progression in both. 

Loan Forms



Refund Policy 

In accordance with federal government requirements, the Augusta University refund policy is presented below:

Unless otherwise required by state or federal law, students who officially withdraw from Augusta University will receive a refund of tuition and other mandatory fees at the end of the semester in which the withdrawal is made. Students who officially withdraw with a clean record within the time specified after the scheduled registration date may receive refunds of tuition and other mandatory fees as listed:

Time of Formal Withdrawal

Percent Refunded

On or before the first day of class

100

Withdrawal after the first day of class but before the end of the first 10% (in time) of the period of enrollment

90

Withdrawal after the first 10% (in time) of the period of enrollment but before the end of the first 25% (in time) of the period of enrollment

50

Withdrawal after the first 25% (in time) of the period of enrollment but before the end of the first 50% (in time) of the period of enrollment

25

Withdrawal after the first 50% (in time) of the period of enrollment

0

The refund of tuition and other mandatory fees is limited to withdrawal from the institution and not for dropping of individual courses.


HOW TO APPLY FOR

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