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MissionAcademic and Student Affairs

To promote ongoing development and enhancement of the curriculum and provide a contemporary dental education for students while ensuring their wellness.

Academic Affairs manages registration and grading procedures for the School of Dentistry's professional programs. It is the source of student information about the academic program and is the repository for records of student academic performance. Functions of the Student Progression Committees and the Curriculum Committee are coordinated.

Student Affairs works with students throughout their years at the School of Dentistry. Students who experience career, health, legal, employment, housing and other personal problems are counseled or referred, as appropriate, to campus agencies or offices (contact Ms. Debbie Suls at 410-706-7461). The associate dean serves as advisor to all student organizations and publications and also assists in the coordination of joint student-faculty programs.