Calling Future Veterinarians
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Lincoln Memorial University is developing a program that will be unlike any other, as it will start with a two and a half-year undergraduate program, followed by a four-year veterinary doctoral program with a strong emphasis on equine veterinary medicine. It also includes summer immersive experiences with some of the world’s leading ranches, horse farms, trainers and veterinary hospitals.
“One of the major differences in this program is acceptance to the undergraduate program will automatically provide acceptance to the DVM program for those who maintain the required grades,” said Dean of Allied Health Sciences & Associate Professor of Veterinary Medicine Beth Thompson, DVM.
Applying for an American Quarter Horse Foundation Scholarship is a great way to jumpstart your higher education. Renew or become an AQHYA member and apply before January 15: