The two students received scholarships in return for clinical health services.
The grant, which comes from a 1998 tax, supports dental care for underserved children.
Graduate students will soon have the opportunity to pursue some degrees online.
The school plans to use the money for scholarships, faculty recruitment and patient care.
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Some families received $100 vouchers for future treatment at the Ostrow School of Dentistry.
Several USC medical schools collaborated to provide Alhambra residents with care.