Virtual Veterinary Education Day is a great opportunity to learn more about the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine’s Academic Programs. There will be presentations and student panels representing our preveterinary, Veterinary Nursing, and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Programs. You will learn more about how to prepare for our programs, as well as have your questions answered by current faculty, staff, and students.
This event will be provided virtually. The link for registration will be available in mid- to late-February. Registration is required.
To be announced
High School: An overview of the many career paths in the area of veterinary medicine and ways high school students may best prepare themselves for veterinary medical education. Discussion topics will be Advanced Placement courses, International Baccalaureate courses, and dual enrollment; also information related to academic support services offered through the King-Chavez-Parks (KCP) Scholars Program for undergraduate preveterinary and veterinary nursing students. Participants will have the opportunity to ask current MSU preveterinary students questions about their experiences.
Veterinary Nursing Admissions: An overview of the Veterinary Nursing Program, a limited admission major. Participants will learn about the factors considered for admission, how to best prepare for successful admission, and receive and overview of the Program's core curriculum, including the veterinary nurses’ role in the veterinary health care team. Participants will have the opportunity to ask current MSU veterinary nursing students questions about their MSU undergraduate experiences.
Keynote Speaker: To be announced
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) Admissions: This session is designed for current college students or post-college students who are interested in or who may be ready to apply to the DVM Program. Participants will learn about the Veterinary Medical College Application Service (VMCAS), the selection process, and requirements for admission. Participants will have the opportunity to ask current DVM students questions about their experiences.