Building Access and Security
Students will have access to the School of Dentistry during the following hours:
Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Hours may be subject to change.
Students must show their student identification badges upon entering the building, and display their identification badges at all times.
Security of the School of Dentistry’s building, its equipment and supplies continues to be an issue for all of us personally, as well as for our collective welfare fiscally. In that context, the School of Dentistry is currently reviewing with Campus Police methods, which provide best security for our people and materials, with a view toward determining whether any changes in current policies and practices are in order. As a service to students and residents, the School of Dentistry has for several years provide through C.M.S. instruments, hand pieces and some supplies for use in out-of-state licensing examinations. This is done at cost, currently $250, payable by money order only. Arrangements may be made through the Director of C.M.S. Property removal slips, signed by the Director of C.M.S. or by the Director of Clinics, are required to remove the approved items. The materials not consumed during the licensing examination and all included instruments and hand pieces are to be returned to C.M.S. after the examination. Equipment other than hand pieces, e.g., Cavitrons, amalgamators, light curing devices, are not loaned and are NOT to be removed from the building.
Patient records and original radiographs may NOT be removed, either. Violations of this policy by students/residents are managed through the Student Judicial Board Policy. Potential sanctions range up to expulsion. Unauthorized participation by staff or faculty in removing property from the School is grounds for disciplinary action.
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