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At the College of Veterinary Medicine, we explore and discover and dream up and test out new ways to change how we care for and protect the animals that are such an essential part of our world. We’re invested in every sense of the word: in people, in connections, in facilities, and in resources. But we can’t do it alone.

We need the support of our community – alumni, donors, and friends – to achieve greater to serve more. No matter its size, your gift helps the next generation of highly trained, passionate veterinarians and researchers enhance the lives of animals and people. Our belief in the power of veterinary education brought us to today. With your help, just imagine where we’ll be tomorrow.

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Ways you can help


Scholarship support lifts our students up to see farther and reach higher. Even with competitive tuition rates at UGA, more students are finding it difficult to afford their veterinary education. Scholarship support opens doors and opportunities for students to pursue their passion.


Located at UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital, the Butler Celebration Garden is a serene, outdoor space that honors the meaningful relationships we share with companion animals and those who care for them. The purchase of long-lasting memorials supports advancements and exceptional care at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital.


Innovative facilities and new technologies provide opportunities for hands on learning, advancing the skills of our students and faculty and helping us provide the best in veterinary care.


Support faculty awards to keep and attract outstanding professors, provide improvements to the College, purchase equipment, and support research to advance veterinary medicine.

Prefer to mail your gift? Please make your check out to UGA Foundation with the fund name in the memo line and mail to:
University of Georgia Foundation
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602

To learn more about UGA College of Veterinary Medicine and how you can support veterinary education, please contact Adam Roell, Senior Director of Development, at (770)307-6349 or

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