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Utah State University

School of Veterinary Medicine

Future Students

Future Plans

USU is currently a partner in the Washington–Idaho–Montana–Utah (WIMU) Regional Program in Veterinary Medicine. Our veterinary medicine students spend their first two years in Utah and finish the last two years of their Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree at Washington State University. Currently, 30 students are admitted to USU’s program each year. With the creation of the USU College of Veterinary Medicine, students will be able to spend all four years in Utah. Eventually, 80 students will be admitted each year, with 40 of those being Utah residents.

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The Utah State University School of Veterinary Medicine offers a professional degree in veterinary medicine in partnership with Washington State University. Students in our program work toward earning doctor of veterinary medicine (DVM) degrees.

Student Experience

Images From the 3rd SVM Photo Contest

Images From the 3rd SVM Photo Contest


20 pictures that highlight the experiences of School of Veterinary Medicine students — both in and out of the classroom.


Student Profile: Henry Clinger

Student Profile: Henry Clinger


Henry Clinger is the School of Veterinary Medicine’s 2024 class president, and after finishing his second year at Utah State University, he’s headed to Pullman, Washington to finish his education in the WIMU Regional Program with Washington State Universi...

Doctor's Orders: Avian Flu

Doctor's Orders: Avian Flu


Dr. Shawn Zimmerman explains the dangers of avian flu and what producers and pet owners alike can do to keep their animals safe as part of the monthly Doctor's Orders series.

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