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Veterinarian Oath

As a veterinary student in the Regional Program of Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine, I promise to work conscientiously to develop my scientific and medical knowledge and skills for the benefit of scoiety through the protection of animal health, the relief of animal suffering, the conservation of animal resoures, the promotion of public health, and the advancements of medical knowledge.  

Throughout my time here as a student, I will conduct myself with dignity and professionalism, and in keeping with the principles of veterinary emdical ethics.

I accept as a life long obligation the continual improvemnet of my professional knowledge and competence.

Incoming Students

Welcome to Utah State University. We are excited to have you join the College of Veterinary Medicine in the WIMU (Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah) Regional Program.


General Information

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Incoming Student Guide

We are all excited that you have chosen to accept a position within the Washington-Idaho-Montana-Utah (WIMU) Regional Program in Veterinary Medicine! The following information is an overview intended to facilitate your transition to both USU and into our veterinary program. Our hope is that you will find this information useful for your preparations.

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Veterinary Medical Math

If you're interested in pursuing a career in veterinary medicine or already working in the field, understanding the importance of math is crucial. Veterinary math is an essential skill that plays a significant role in ensuring the health and well-being of animals under your care. Whether you're calculating medication dosages, monitoring nutritional requirements, or analyzing diagnostic data, math proficiency is vital.


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Michael Bishop, Director of Students 435-797-8786
Sue McCormick, Business Manager 435-797-7510

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