MANRRS PARTNER SCHOLARSHIP
We strive to expand diversity and inclusion opportunities across the veterinary profession and offer students from a wide range of backgrounds the opportunity to follow their chosen career in veterinary medicine. The Ross Vet MANRRS Partner Scholarship is offered to those who have been a MANRRS member for at least one year and meet Ross Vet’s admissions requirements.
Award Amount: Total value of the scholarship is equal to one total semester of tuition which is currently $20,872.60. The total scholarship value is a fixed value based on the current tuition rate at the time the student matriculates into Ross Vet. Awards will be given in three equal installments over three total semesters starting with their first semester of enrollment in the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) or Vet Prep programs.
Students will also be eligible for a $1,000 tuition deposit waiver*, housing on campus or in Ross contracted housing at no cost (up to a $4,250 value*) for their first semester of enrollment and receive a $1,000 flight credit* for their flight to St. Kitts.
*Not available to residents of Alabama. Ross Vet is not responsible for any housing needs while not in St. Kitts.
WEBINARS & EVENTS
Ross Vet hosts a series of exclusive webinars and virtual workshops designed to prepare undergraduate students of diverse backgrounds for vet school and allow them to explore various careers in research and veterinary medicine.
These live sessions allow aspiring vets to dive into a variety of specialties, learn what it’s like to work in the field, and get their questions answered in real time by Ross Vet students, Admissions staff, and practicing alumni.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS IN VETERINARY MEDICINE
Professional MANRRS members working in the field of veterinary medicine have the opportunity to undertake continuing education (CE) credit coursework from Ross Vet’s Certificate in One Health program. Our AAVSB RACE®-approved courses extend over a variety of topics, including conservation medicine, food animal safety, zoonotic diseases, and more.