Tuition and Financial Aid
The College of Veterinary Medicine Students is committed to providing a great education without lifelong debt. Our three-year, nine-semester, continuous program provides the necessary structure and breaks to help increase graduation rates and enable students to earn salaries sooner than their peers.
Before applying to be a student at the College of Veterinary Medicine, we suggest you review the Five-Steps Checklist to ensure you are financially prepared.
Cost of Attendance
The cost of attendance is the university’s estimate of your academic-year expenses. It includes charges billed directly to you, as well as an estimated budget of indirect expenses.
Financial Aid Resources
Choosing to attend a veterinary medical program is a huge financial commitment. Be sure to review all available scholarship programs and additional funding opportunities.