Process Overview

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  The College of Dentistry has requested the approval of the University of Saskatchewan to change the qualifications for admission for the 2015-2016 admissions cycle as follows:

1. To require applicants to have completed three full time (30 credit unit) years of university level course work leading to an undergraduate level degree between September and April as a condition of admission.

2. To require a 6-credit human physiology course (PHSI 208.6 or it's equivalent) as a prerequisite for admission.

3. To require a Criminal Record Check as a condition of admission.

The results of this request will be posted to the website as soon as they are available.  Applicants for the 2014-2015 admission cycle will not be affected by these changes.

 

The U of S College of Dentistry's admissions policy enables the selection of the best possible candidates and applying is as easy as 1-2-3.

For a guide through the process, from preparation to entrance:

Key Dates

August 1
  • Online applications open.
September 15
  • Registration deadline for November DAT.
Beginning of November
  • DAT
January 15
  • Online applications close.
January 15
  • Registration deadline for February DAT.
February 1
  • Application fees and supporting documents due.
Middle of February
  • DAT
Middle of March
  • Receive interview invitations.
End of March/Beginning of April
  • Admission interviews.
June 5
  • Official transcripts due (all final grades).
  • DAT scores due (at least one score no older than 3 years).
Middle of June
  • Letters of Offer/Waitlist/Rejection sent.
Late August
  • First Year Orientation held the Friday before the start of classes.

Admission requirements are subject to change from year-to-year.

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The Lifestyle

Student life is also all about embarking on new experiences, making lifelong friends, and getting involved in the wide variety of social activities within the college.

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Friends for life

Social activities, intramural sports, and volunteering - along with shared learning experiences - builds important relationships that carry on long after you graduate. 

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Outstanding faculty

Approximately 21 full-time and 60 part-time dedicated faculty ensures an excellent student to faculty ratio.  


Ready to start? Let's move on to Step 1 - Prepare.