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University of Nebraska Medical Center
4000 East Campus Loop South
Lincoln, NE 68583-0740
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The objective of the University of Nebraska Medical Center is to recruit and retain persons of high moral and ethical character. In accordance with this objective, the University of Nebraska Medical Center reserves the right to review a candidate’s suitability for admission.
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- admission requirements for residents and nonresidents
- course offerings, content, and description
- general and professional requirements for graduation
- tuition and fees
- costs for education, books, and supplies
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- add or delete courses from its offerings
- change times or locations of courses or programs
- change academic calendars without notice
- cancel any course for insufficient registrations
- revise or change rules, charges, fees, schedules, courses, requirements for degrees and any other policy or regulation affecting students, including, but not limited to, evaluation standards, whenever the same is considered to be in the best interests of the University.
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The College of Dentistry, in concert with the entire Medical Center, is implementing a total quality management system recognized as Distinction Through Quality (DTQ). DTQ supports the following principles:
- Focus on Customers
- Prevent Problems: Do It Right the First Time
- Make Decisions Based on Facts
- Systems Fail, Not People
- Continuously Improve the System
DTQ is both a process and a philosophy aimed at limitless, continuous improvement of our services to meet the needs of our customers, patients, students, faculty and staff. Once DTQ is fully implemented, our commitment and obligation toward this goal will empower each person within the system to assist in creating a positive environment in which to work, learn and care for our patients.