Native American students with an interest in a career in dentistry should apply for the Creighton University School of Dentistry Summer Enrichment Program for Native American Students.
Six high school seniors or undergraduate college students will be invited to attend the four-week program being held June 20-July 15. The program enables students to learn about a career in dentistry; participate in clinics, labs and classes; prepare for admission to dental school; and learn about financial aid.
Eligible students are those who are tribally-enrolled and have a GPA of at least 2.75. To be eligible students must also complete the application form.
Students participating will live in dorms on Creighton University campus. Meals are provided each day and tuition, housing and transportation costs are paid for by Creighton and a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.