DVM Admissions At the UF College of Veterinary medicine
The University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine’s Admissions Committee has developed a strong admissions process in order to select the next generation of veterinarians. The objectives of the admissions committee include the following goals: follow a fair and unbiased, well documented process to select a class of students that possess the academic capability to manage a rigorous science-based curriculum while also demonstrating strong interpersonal and teamwork related communication skills. The selected class should have the potential to enhance the diversity of the veterinary profession through career choice, cultural, ethnic, gender, social-economic, and geographic characteristics.
The University of Florida has a long history of delivering excellence in established on site programs in education, research, and service as well as in international education. It is located in Gainesville, a college town of approximately 125,000 in north central Florida. The College of Veterinary Medicine is part of the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences and a member of the Health Science Center. Winter is mild and summer permits year-round participation in outdoor activities. Learn more about Gainesville and all it has to offer.
The UF College of Veterinary Medicine is ranked #9 among veterinary colleges nationwide.
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Interested in veterinary public health? Consider the DVM-MPH degree at the University of Florida, offered jointly by the UF College of Veterinary Medicine and the UF College of Public Health and Health Professions.