The Easiest Way To Finance Your Dental Career

Dr. Michael Krochak and his team of skilled staff are incredibly excited to award their annual Pre-Dental Scholarship to an incoming freshman. This scholarship is awarded to students planning on majoring in dental, and this year’s recipients will receive $1,000 for their education! Learn more about the Dr. Michael Krochak’s Pre-Dental Scholarship below!

How Much is the scholarship worth

Dr. Michael Krochak is a dentist who provides the tools for dentists in training to reach their goal of becoming a dentist through his extensive scholarship program. To enter, you must be a current undergraduate student enrolled in an accredited dental school program for two years before your application date.

Once you are eligible, apply for a pre-dental scholarship today! It will cover up to $7,500 in tuition fees. It will also allow you to submit essays on Dr. Michael Krochak’s – dental-related topics to compete for additional awards up to $2,000 each – they are looking for great writers too.

Why did he create this scholarship?

Preparation for the dental profession has never been as important as it is today. It has become more difficult to get a dental education in the past five years due to rising costs and decreased availability of student loans and scholarships for high school students wishing to pursue a career in dentistry.

What started as a small, private scholarship fund with $500 per student has grown into an opportunity to change the lives of deserving young men and women looking for the right opportunity to start their careers. His foundation will help provide money for future tuition and a platform that gives my scholarship recipients more access to opportunities they wouldn’t otherwise have while still in high school.

What are the requirements?

Dr. Michael Krochak – Pre-Dental Scholarship is a world-class dentist and orthodontist who has generously agreed to offer a $2500 pre-dental scholarship exclusively for the patients of 3BSmile. Along with this money comes our team’s assurance that you will get all the help and support you need on your way to becoming an award-winning dentist. Here are the requirements:

 Firstly, you need to be a resident of Illinois and aged between 15 and 25 years old (application for 16 and 17-year-olds is possible in special circumstances). Secondly, you must take an official photo of yourself at our clinic with your filled-out application form. It’s as simple as that! Finally, suppose you are granted a scholarship. In that case, we will work with you during your dental appointments until either graduation or three years have passed (whichever comes first) so that you reach your full potential as a dentist.

Who can apply?

Those interested in attending dental school and needing help with the high cost of tuition should consider applying for the Pre-Dental Scholarship. It is a one-time, $1,000 scholarship that can be applied to any undergraduate degree. Eligible applicants must be enrolled in or accepted to an accredited college or university, have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, and be studying pre-dentistry as their major (or plan to change their major to pre-dentistry).

The Application Process

Are you going to be a dentist? Fill out the pre-dental scholarship application today, and you’ll be sent an envelope with everything you need to complete the application. Inside, there will be information about me, what will be offered, and everything else you need to know about this opportunity.

Plans for this scholarship

Provide $5,000 scholarships to 25 students with excellent GPAs who have expressed interest in a career in dentistry. The applicant must be enrolled full-time at an accredited undergraduate institution and maintain a GPA of 3.25 or above to receive the scholarship for the entire length of their degree program (4 years). Scholarships are non-renewable and can only be used for tuition fees.


For every student who starts their dental journey without any debt, hundreds more have no choice but to go into debt to achieve their dream. Too many students walk away from their dreams because they don’t know where to start when it comes to financing dental school, let alone how they’ll pay off the debts they’ll rack up during these years of schooling.