The College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University has excellent facilities, technologies, and equipment to support teaching, research, and clinical service. The College consists of 170,000 square-feet of office, teaching, and research space, as well as the Veterinary Medical Center (VMC).
The VMC is a premier veterinary referral hospital with a wide range of board-certified specialists and a large and diverse caseload. With about 24,000 patient visits annually, the VMC has one of the largest caseloads in the nation. An additional 113,000 animals are seen during field service calls.
In addition to the Veterinary Medical Center, the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine's many specialized centers include:
- The Matilda R. Wilson Pegasus Critical Care Center for horses
- The Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
- The Mary Anne McPhail Equine Performance Center
- The Learning and Assessment Center
- The Veterinary Research Farm
- The Bennett Farm