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Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by Biogirl361, Mar 26, 2004.

  1. Biogirl361

    Biogirl361 1K Member
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    Is there a dress code in dental school? in particular, does anyone know what umich and udm require?
     
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  2. BigJake

    BigJake Junior Member
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    It depends on the school. Creighton for example requires slacks, shirt with a tie for men and dress or slacks for women. CU has no dress code and believe me, it shows.

    BigJake
     
  3. The Musketeer

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    I think most (single) dental students have one dress code in mind:

    'Dress to Impress':D
     
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  4. BMWg84

    BMWg84 Pepperdine Univ. Pre-Dent
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    :laugh:
     
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  5. Midoc

    Midoc Senior Member
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    Yes we do have a dress code, it is not always strictly enforced though. In lectures the dress code is scrubs or "something nice" (no jeans, sweats, t-shirts, shorts, etc). In the simlab and clinic the dress code is more ridgidly enforced and is scrubs and (not or) whitecoat.
     
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    Biogirl361 1K Member
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    thank you midoc, u of d is actually one of the schools i am applying to for 2005 cycle. I appreciate you taking the time to answer :clap:
     
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    here at USC, we sign a contract talking about dress code. it says that jeans are not to be worn, and only matching scrubs or slacks and collared shirts are to be worn. talks about personal grooming as well-must be clean, hair and facial hair neat.

    but it is rarely enforced. obviously when you're seeing patients, it should be enforced. but in class, we've only been warned once and that was when we had the associate dean of clinical affairs....
     
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  8. Midoc

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    You're welcome Biogirl, if you have any questions about the school freel free to post them here or PM me.
     
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    Does UCLA have one?
     
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