Support a White Coat

As you reflect back on your time as a student at Purdue Veterinary Medicine, one of the most pivotal times was the White Coat Ceremony during your third year. There is something transformative about walking across the stage and putting on your white coat. It is such a life-changing moment for PVM students that we are reaching out to you to once again be a part of such an honored day.

YOU have the opportunity to serve as a benefactor for a white coat that a student will receive during the White Coat Ceremony.

Your gift of $100 will go towards the purchase and PVM embroidery of a student’s white coat. Additionally we ask that your write a personal note reflecting back on your experience as a PVM student, memories you made with fellow students, and words of encouragement as these current students enter their final year at the College of Veterinary Medicine. These notes will be placed in the pocket of that coat for the student to read after they receive their coat.

Please consider sponsoring a student, or two, with a gift that will leave a legacy for future Purdue Veterinary Medicine Alumni.

Sponsorship Options

Support a
White Coat

Click here to enter your sponsorship online.

Click here for a PDF version of the sponsorship form, that can be mailed or faxed.

Notes can be emailed to (we will print them on PVM stationary) or mailed in to:

Purdue College of Veterinary Medicine
Office of Advancement
Re: White Coat Sponsorship
Lynn Hall, Room 1177 A
625 Harrison Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907

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