Invest In CVM
Thank you for considering an investment in our innovative new College of Veterinary Medicine. We believe that veterinarians play a significant role in our society, and having more individuals pursuing this career track translates to multiple benefits for Arizona. From expanded opportunities for students to improved animal and public health across the state, veterinary medicine plays a crucial part in bringing our One Health initiative together.
As the College of Veterinary Medicine continues to grow, we have several ongoing priorities needed for our program.
Priority Capital Projects and Equipment
- This support will significantly lower the average debt of graduating veterinary students, increase the number of qualified Arizonans enrolled in UA CVM, and allow recruitment of students with diverse backgrounds. This will help mirror the diverse tapestry of Arizona and meet the needs of rural communities.
Equine Training Building Modifications & Equipment
- Campus Agricultural Center: Indoor and outdoor teaching areas, simulation lab & models, office area
Veterinary Simulation Models & Equipment
- Establish state-of-the-art, high-fidelity veterinary simulation models to train students in clinical techniques for multiple species
Student Support Center
Learning spaces designed for student collaboration to support peer-based teaching and learning
Centralized student services including mentoring, tutoring and career counseling
Indoor/outdoor study areas
Companion Animal Teaching Facility
Development of a companion animal teaching facility
Surgical suite for elective surgery and minor invasive procedures
Short-term animal housing and treatment rooms to provide experience for students with husbandry, surgery and nursing care of companion animals.
Human-Animal Bond Center
State of the art teaching and research facility dedicated to transformative studies of the human-animal bond including human and animal health, animal cognition, behavioral economics and neuropsychology, animal behavior, data science, and the built environment and the interface of rural and urban landscape planning and architecture
- Support for faculty indirectly allows us to decrease student tuition and attract the best and brightest for our teaching and research
Make a Gift
Make Your Gift in One of Two Ways
- Visit our website here
- Send your gift to:
College of Veterinary Medicine Development
1580 E Hanley Blvd
Oro Valley, AZ 85737
Please make checks payable to the UA Foundation – College of Veterinary Medicine and clarify if your gift is to support a specific program, endowment or activity within CVM.
If you have any questions, please contact:
Marianne Capp Hadden
Director of Development