Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM)
The role of the veterinarian in our society has continually evolved as new challenges arise. Today's veterinarian has a multitude of career opportunities not only in private practice, but also in public practice, industry and areas dealing with the environment, community health, food resource management, wildlife preservation, space exploration, and marine biology.
Teaching provides opportunities to train new and eager students in the classroom. Researchers participate in the cutting-edge advancements in veterinary medicine that may lead the way to applications in human medicine. The diversity of this profession is exciting, rewarding and limited only by your imagination!
DVM Program Information
Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine enrolls 84 students each year into the DVM program. The class is seated with approximately 50% residents and 50% non-resident students. Information about the application process, admissions requirements, financial aid, admissions FAQ's, and other useful information can be found in the links below.
Questions? Contact Admissions:
Phone: (765) 494-7893
Purdue Veterinary Medicine
Student Services Center
625 Harrison Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907