Veterinary Scholarship Program Accepting Applications for 2019

The 2019 Zoetis/AAVMC Veterinary Student Scholarship Program, sponsored by Zoetis and the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, is now accepting applications.  Second and third year veterinary students in the U.S. (and certain schools in the Caribbean) are eligible to apply for one of the $2,000 awards.  Approximately 300 scholarships

Recent Colorado Veterinary Grads Eligible for $70K Awards

To address a shortage of rural veterinarians, the state of Colorado has implemented its Veterinary Education Loan Repayment Program (VELRP) that awards up to $70,000 to each recipient over a four year period.  Up to four recipients will be selected each year, and applications for the initial round of awards

AVMA Offers Student Loan Repayment Webinar

The American Veterinary Medical Association will offer a webinar on Student Loan Repayment Options and Strategies on October 29, 2018 at 1pm Eastern time.  The presentation, part of the AVMA Lead & Learn webinar series, will feature three speakers: Dr. Bridgette Bain (AVMA economist), Dr. Caroline Cantner (AVMA Assistant Director

Long Island University Adds Veterinary Technology Program

Long Island University has announced that in addition to its plans to open a new college of veterinary medicine in 2019, the institution is adding a new four-year veterinary technology program for the Fall 2018 semester.  The veterinary technology program is the first four-year program to be offered on Long

UC Davis Named Top Vet School

The University of California at Davis has been named the top veterinary school worldwide in the 2017 QS World University Rankings.  Cornell University was the runner-up, and several other U.S. schools were included in the top 25. The QS rankings are prepared by a British firm using methodology that takes into

Veterinary Student Debt Center Now Online

The VIN Foundation, a nonprofit network of more than 58,000 veterinarians and students worldwide, is now offering a great online resource for veterinary debt.  The VIN Foundation Student Debt Center provides a wealth of free information on educational costs and payment options that can be of great value to vet