About the CVM

Passion powers our commitment

We are Georgia’s only College of Veterinary Medicine, proud to serve our state and the nation for nearly 75 years by educating the next generation of veterinarians, providing exceptional veterinary care to our clients, and tackling the most pressing animal and human health challenges.

Everyone can find their path here. We are proud to tout modern facilities, incredible faculty, and a depth and breadth of patients and specialities that can deliver the exposure and experience students of all types need. And we take pride in the strength of our community – striving for diversity and inclusivity through our CVM Principles of Community and with a constant eye to our College mission, vision, and values.

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About the Dean

Meet Lisa K. Nolan, the eighth dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine.

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Ensuring the best possible experience for our students

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CVM at a glance

1950

First Class Graduated

7500

Living Alumni

30,000 +

FY19 Hospital Caseload

$ 25 M

FY18 Sponsored Research Funding

Dawg Tales

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    CVM Faculty Member to Present at TEDxUGA

    Dr. K. Paige Carmichael is a professor of veterinary pathology in the College of Veterinary Medicine and previously served as the College's associate dean for academic affairs. After receiving her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Tuskegee University, Dr. Carmichael came…

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    Making Opportunity from Adversity

    February 2021: In January 2021, the University of Georgia celebrated 60 years of desegregation. Two students took the first step to break down barriers and pave the way for those who followed. In 1969, Drs. Hall and McKelvin became the…

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    CVM alums form organizations for cultural change

    It is no secret that veterinary medicine is lacking diversity. Once dubbed the “whitest profession” in the United States by The Atlantic, veterinary medicine is 90% white (down from 96.5% in 2013 when the article was written) and 71% female.…