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Florida Foundation of Dental Hygiene (FFDH)

Due to administrative transition the next scholarship will be available in 2022.

The goals of the FFDH will be met by providing scholarships to students who are in entry-level dental hygiene programs, to licensed dental hygienists who are pursuing an advanced degree in dental hygiene or a related field, by funding educational programs on health and dental hygiene issues, and by supporting the profession of dental hygiene through collaboration with the Florida Dental Hygienists' Association.

ADHA Institute for Oral Health
ADHA’s Institute for Oral Health Scholarship Program offers financial assistance to dental hygiene students and dental hygienists who demonstrate a commitment to advance the discipline of dental hygiene. The call for scholarship applications begins in October of each year. Apply for your opportunity to receive funding to extend your dental hygiene education.

Florida Allied Dental Educators (FADE)

The Florida Allied Dental Educators (FADE)The FADE Higher Education Scholarship Award recognizes and honors outstanding members from each FADE Membership Section of the organization pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree. There are award recipients selected from both the Dental Hygiene Section and the Dental Assisting/Dental Laboratory Technology Section of FADE during each award year based upon the eligibility status of the applicants and a fully submitted, qualifying application.

Liberty Dental Plan Scholarship

LIBERTY Dental Plan is committed to improving the oral health disparities in the underserved population in Florida. LIBERTY Dental Plan Scholarship is for recent graduates who find work in a community health setting:


  • One-time $1,500 funding per recipient (2 scholarships per year) 


  • Recipients must be Florida residents.
  • Recipients must practice full-time (minimum of 32 hours) in Florida after program completion for at least 2 years.
  • Recipients must seek employment in a public health setting that serves low-income patients to help to expand oral health care access for the underserved. (at least 30% Medicaid)

Once you have completed your 2 years of continuous employment email and an application will be sent to you.

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