Education

DVM Program

Start your journey to becoming a DVM

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So you’ve decided that vet school is for you. Good choice. But, now what? What exactly does it take to get your DVM? And what’s it like here?

If this is what you were born to do, we feel the same way here. From the classroom to the clinic, there’s a passion in everyone you meet. Long hours and hard work are mirrored by big smiles and a sense of pride in what we do. You’ll love the camaraderie and support you feel here. Get started on your journey…and join us.

Everything you need to know

DVM Selection Process

What do we look for in our students?

DVM Application Process

Preparing to apply

Tuition and Fees

Investing in your future

Curriculum and Areas of Emphasis

Preparing you for the future

Transfer policy

Due to a change in our curriculum, The University of Georgia College of Veterinary…

DVM International Externship Program

Global and Local Reach

Office of Academic Affairs

Uniquely Accessible. Highly Connective.

Externships

Over 20 rotations for visiting student externs

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