Each year the College admits 162 new veterinary students. Because the number of applicants exceeds the number of spaces available in each class, the College utilizes selective admission procedures. Applicants are evaluated on academic profiles and certain other non-cognitive factors including motivation and commitment to the profession, character, communication and interpersonal skills, leadership ability, animal exposure, and knowledge of the profession.
To learn more about the college and our programs, we strongly encourage students to attend our Annual Open House held in spring each year. At the Annual Open House there will be student panels, admissions presentations, small animal surgery, exotic pets, teddy bear repair clinic, children's activity room, hospital tours, and much more. This event is open to all ages.
If you scroll down below, you will find helpful information about the admission requirements, selection process, application checklist, dates and deadlines, frequently asked questions, and financial aid, etc. If you have specific questions, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 614-292-1171.
- Admissions Process
- Admissions Brochure
- Application Checklist
- Presenting a Competitive Application
- Tuition, Fees and Payment Information
- Financial Aid Information
- Class of 2019 Profile
- DVM Curriculum
- Admissions FAQs (frequently asked questions)
- Information for high school and junior high students (frequently asked questions)
- Visit the College
- Request Information
- Contact Us
- Technical Standards
- Core Skills for Clinical Competency
PLEASE NOTE: Admission policies and requirements are reviewed periodically and are subject to change. Please contact the Office of Admissions & Recruitment for the most current policies and requirements at 614-292-1171.