Attendee Information


We negotiated rates for our conference attendees with local hotels. We recommend making hotel reservation as soon as possible. Rates will expire in August.

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Conference App

The schedule, conference sessions, lecture proceedings, and the exhibit hall features can be accessed directly from the conference app called Whova.

The app will allow attendees to schedule and track conference sessions, interact with speakers, network with fellow attendees, and access conference materials all from their cell phone or tablet!

Attendees will receive an email closer to the event date with instructions on how to download Whova after completing their registration.

Continuing Education

One continuing education credit is offered for each 50-minute session of lecture. Attendees can earn up to 25 hours of continuing education at the 2024 Purdue Veterinary Conference!

Proof of Attendance for Continuing Education

It is your responsibility to document which sessions you attend and the number of hours you receive.

A continuing education tracking form will be included in the registration packet at check-in. Record the sessions you attend at the conference. This will be your record for the CE’s you earn at the conference.

Indiana Continuing Education Requirements

Please visit the  Indiana Professional Licensing Agency  for information regarding continuing education requirements.

Indiana Veterinarians

Indiana Veterinarians are required to have completed forty (40) hours of continuing education acquired between October 15, 2023 and October 15, 2025. Veterinary Licenses expire on October 15 of odd numbered years. The next renewal date is October 15, 2025.

Indiana Registered Veterinary Nurses

Indiana Registered Veterinary Nurses are required to have completed sixteen (16) hours of continuing education acquired after January 1, 2024. Veterinary Technician Registrations expire on January 1 of even numbered years. The next renewal date is January 1, 2026.

Non-Indiana Continuing Education Requirements

Veterinarians and veterinary nurses licensed in other states should check their own requirements.