About the school
The School of Dental Medicine recruits North Carolinians to its pre-doctoral program, leading to a doctor of dental medicine degree. Post-graduate programs include advanced education in general dentistry, general practice residency and pediatric dentistry residency.
Ledyard E. Ross Hall will serve both the learning needs of students and the dental needs of patients in the greater Greenville area.
Pre-doctoral students will transition from classes and clinical experience in Ross Hall to rotations in community service learning centers across the state during their fourth year.
The school plans to operate 10 sustainable community service learning centers. The Ahoskie center – which opened in June - will be followed by centers in Elizabeth City, Sylva, Lillington, Spruce Pine and Davidson County.
Additional locations have yet to be named.