Oklahoma State University is located in Stillwater, which has a
population of about 46,000. Stillwater is in north central Oklahoma about 65
miles from Oklahoma City and 69 miles from Tulsa. The campus is exceptionally
beautiful, with modified Georgian-style architecture in the new buildings. It
encompasses 840 acres and more than 60 major academic buildings.
Three major buildings form the
veterinary medicine complex. The oldest, McElroy Hall, houses the William E.
Brock Memorial Library and Learning Center, as well as classrooms and
laboratories. The Boren Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital provides modern
facilities for both academic and clinical instruction. Completing the triad is
the Oklahoma Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory, which provides teaching
resources for students in the professional curriculum and diagnostic services
to Oklahoma agriculture and industry. The College of Veterinary Medicine is
fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association. Faculty
members in the three academic departments share responsibility for the
curriculum. These departments are Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Veterinary
Pathobiology, and Physiological Sciences.
For specific application information (availability, deadlines,
fees, and VMCAS participation), please refer to the contact information listed
class size is 82, which includes 58 Oklahoma residents and 24 non-residents.
Some non-resident contract seats are available through AR and DE. International
applications are accepted.
PRERQUISITES FOR ADMISSION
SUMMARY OF ADMISSION PROCEDURES
VMCAS application deadline:
October 2, 2014 1:00 PM Eastern Time
Date interviews held:
Date acceptances mailed:
Deposit (to hold place in
resident, $100.00; nonresident, $500.00
The admission procedure consists of
evaluation of both academic and nonacademic criteria. The Admissions Committee
considers all factors in the applicant’s file, but the following are
especially important: academic achievement; familiarity with the profession
and sincerity of interest; recommendations; test scores; extracurricular
activities; character, personality, and general fitness and commitment for a
career in veterinary medicine. The committee selects those applicants
considered most capable of excelling as veterinary medical students and who
possess the greatest potential for success in the veterinary medical
Required undergraduate GPA:
minimum GPA of 2.8 (on a 4.00 scale) is required in prerequisite courses. The
mean cumulative GPA of the 2013 entering class was 3.484.
AP credit policy:
credit accepted if documented on college transcript.
Is a Bachelor’s Degree
Is this an International School?
Estimated Tuition Resident:
(tuition + fees for one full year)
Estimated Tuition Contract:
Estimated Tuition Non-Resident:
$39,620 (tuition + fees for one full year)
Record Examination (GRE), general test is required. The class of 2017 had mean
scores of 153 verbal, 151 quantitative, and analytical of 4.0. Scores must be
received by November 15, 2014 to the OSU-CVHS Student Services Office.
Accepts International Students?