Visit the College of Veterinary Medicine

Goldy with goldens outside the VMC

Information session and Q&A panels

Just starting to think about a career in veterinary medicine and admission to veterinary school? Learning about our DVM program is a great first step!  All are welcome, including high school and college students, as well as those looking to make a career change.  Watch this recorded presentation on what our program offers, and then connect with us virtually for a live Q&A session. The Q&A panels are hosted by an admissions staff member and current students on a monthly basis. Sign up here for a Q&A session. Please also review our admissions planning guide (pdf) for more information.

Take a virtual tour

Group information sessions

Group information sessions are offered over Zoom on a limited basis to groups with a strong interest in admission to the DVM program, such as college pre-veterinary clubs. Content can be customized to group needs and ages. Please check back in September for more details regarding in-person group visits.

Note: Participants must be in ninth grade or higher.

 Contact us at [email protected] for more details.

Ask an Admissions Advisor

We offer individual appointments with an admissions advisor to discuss very specific questions about a prospective student’s circumstances, including:

  • their academic history
  • transcripts
  • suggestions for gaining additional experience
  • prerequisite courses

Advisor appointments are available Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. CST to 3:30 p.m. CST

Contact us at [email protected] for more details.

Ask a Student Ambassador

We have over forty student ambassadors for the College of Veterinary Medicine, and they are a fantastic source of information about not only school life, but life in the Twin Cities area. Do you want to know things like how heavy the homework load is the first year, the best place to park on campus or where to get the best pizza in the neighborhood?  Send your question to “Ask a Student Ambassador” at [email protected].