Support the areas of greatest need

    Unrestricted gifts to the School of Dentistry Fund help ULSD continue to provide hands-on, high-tech, community-focused dental education. This fund supports priorities including:

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    Ways to give

    There are many ways to support ULSD and ensure ongoing growth and institutional success. However you choose to invest, your participation enhances the school’s stature in the world and we thank you.

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    Your gift makes a difference

    Many give back to support today’s students. Others give to support the future of their profession, or honor a beloved mentor. Corporations and foundations give to stimulate research or enhance the delivery of care. Regardless of motivation, your gift makes a difference. 

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    In our annual Impact Report, we share how our supporters have made an impact on many lives. Every student we educate, every patient we treat, every research study that is published by our faculty and students happens because our generous champions have enabled us to do so. 

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    Be part of the 1887 Society

    Donor involvement at a leadership level is crucial to the long-term success of the school's mission. As a member of The 1887 Society, your generosity directly impacts the ULSD experience through student financial aid, advancing technological developments, expansion of learning support services, and capital improvements to our physical spaces.

    As a valued member of The 1887 Society, you will receive many benefits, including invitations to exclusive events.

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    Meet your development representative

    Megan Carbello, CFRE
       Director of Development    


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