Resources for DMD Students
Office of Student Affairs
The Office of Student Affairs of the School of Dentistry coordinates several supportive services for students enrolled in dentistry, dental hygiene, and advanced education programs. Services include coordinating the application process, providing counseling, advising, financial aid support, coordinating tutoring services, and serving as a student advocate. The School employs a full time Student Success Coordinator.
Office of Academic Affairs
The dental school Program Coordinator manages all student records and course enrollment and maintains student files for those enrolled in the School of Dentistry. The Coordinator compiles and distributes grades, rankings and provides services to students who need unofficial University records and credentialing documents to support applications for state licensure, insurance certification, postgraduate training, or military benefits. The Program Coordinator is located in the Academic Affairs Office, in room 239.
The Medical/Dental Complex is located at 627 S. Preston Street on the downtown Health Science Campus. This is a mixed facility of resident apartments, short-term guest apartment units and administrative offices.
The apartments range from studio style to two bedroom apartments. All apartments in this facility are furnished and include full kitchens. Preference is given to students who are enrolled in the health-related fields.
MDA Residents are required to set up a payment plan or pay their semester balance in full. Residents will need to fill out the Med-Dent Payment Plan and mail it to the Bursar's Office.
- 24-hour access
- Laundry facilities located on every floor
- Playroom located in the basement for children
- One internet drop available per apartment
- One VoIP phone available per apartment
For more information, visit the University Housing website.
These apartment complexes offer a wide range of housing styles from studio to townhouse options. They may offer six-month options as available. Both are located close to University of Louisville Hospital and the Med-Dent Campus. They are a good option for upper class and graduate level students.
- Elevate at NULU: 502.825.0029
- The Quad: 502.515.2489 (option 3)
The Office of Student Affairs also provides information on private housing options that have been recommended by current and former students.
Title IX and ADA Coordinator's Office
The University strives to provide a safe environment and is committed to keeping the health and well-being of the campus community in the forefront of our thinking. The Title IX Coordinator is in charge of the University's preventive education about, and response to, sexual misconduct including sexual harassment (includes quid pro quo and hostile environment); sexual assault; domestic violence; dating violence; and stalking.
The Title IX Coordinator’s contact information is:
Dr. David Parrott
Title IX Coordinator
Dean of Students Suite, SAC W301
2100 S. Floyd Street
Louisville, KY 40208
Webpage: https://louisville.edu/titleix (policies)