MSU Enrichment Summer Program

The College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University is students who may benefit from the Office of Diversity Enrichment Summer Programs.  There are three educational levels offered within the time frame of June 3 – July 22, 2016, with the determination of placement made when the student’s application is reviewed.

These academically intensive programs have been developed to assist disadvantaged students exploring veterinary medicine as a career option, as well as strengthening their potential for admission and retention in the professional veterinary medicine program. The programmatic activities and components include preparing for standardized admissions test (GRE); reviewing prerequisite basic sciences and previewing the professional doctorate of veterinary medicine curriculum – anatomy, histology, and radiology; learning and study strategy enhancement; gaining professional veterinary clinical experience; and building a knowledge base about the husbandry and management of various animal species including food and fiber animals.

All participants are housed in campus residence facilities and receive a partial travel allowance, as well as a stipend to partially defray housing and meal expenses.

For additional information and the on-line application, please visit the website or contact our office at 517-355-6521.