NWF State College Recognizes Dental Assisting Graduates


NICEVILLE, FL- On August 11, the Dental Assisting program at Northwest Florida State College recognized a class of 14 students who completed the Dental Assisting vocational certificate.  Students who successfully complete this program and pass the Dental Assisting National Board (DANB) Certificate (CDA) may apply 21 credits towards the Technical Elective requirements for the Health Services Management (AS) degree.

The Dental Assisting program at NWF State College is a competitive admission, three-semester program that provides students with extensive clinical experiences.  The program accepts a limited number of applicants to begin their studies each fall term.


Dental Assisting Graduates 2017

Photo Caption (Back row L-R) Nadezda Maceluch (Freeport), Brittany Henry (Niceville), Shaquetta Coward (Navarre), Mary Stone (Fort Walton Beach), Tara Rex (Hurlburt), Alishia Leonard (Shalimar), Brianna Lousteau (Freeport), Maria Adams (Destin), Lee Mercer (Niceville), and Iryna Slyusar (Baker)

(Front row L-R) Nattida Butkhan (Fort Walton Beach), Brittany Robertson (DeFuniak Springs) Kimberly Kemp (Shalimar), and Brittany Rudd (Niceville)


For more information on NWF State College’s Dental Assisting vocational program, please contact Julie Nelson, Director of Dental Assisting at 850-729-6444 or nelsoj@nwfsc.edu