FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT ROSS VET’S DVM PROGRAM
Ross Vet will partner with you to help you through your academic program selection and application process, and provide you with additional information to assist you in getting started. Here you will find commonly asked vet school questions that prospective students ask.
VETERINARY SCHOOL FAQS
Please choose your topic area and review the variety of questions below.
GENERAL VETERINARY FAQ SCHOOL QUESTIONS
While most vet schools are 4 years, we offer an accelerated, AVMA1-accredited Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree program that allows you to graduate in as little as 3.25 years.
To get into vet school, you must meet these DVM program admissions requirements.
View our Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program (DVM) tuition and fees.
APPLICATION PREPARATION QUESTIONS
Our Admissions Team will work with and advise you on the process. If you have vet school questions, email Admissions.
Students accepted in 2020 had a 3.23 average enrolled GPA*, 301 average enrolled GRE*, and extracurricular activities and accomplishments.
*Based on averages from the incoming January 2020, May 2020 and September 2020 first-semester classes.
We take a holistic approach to admissions. While we do consider your GPA, GRE, and academic performance when making an admissions decision, we look at much more: your knowledge of the veterinary profession, personal character, interpersonal skills, motivation, exposure to animal medicine, and other qualities. If you have vet school questions, email Admissions.
Note: GRE scores are optional for September 2021, January 2022, May 2022, and September 2022 semesters.
Since we operate on rolling admissions, there are no formal application deadlines. We review applications for each class until it is full. If the semester you have applied to becomes full, we will review your application for the next available class. Our flexible program has three start dates; January, May, and September.
Once your application is complete, it will be reviewed to determine if you will move on to an interview. If so, you will be notified, and your interview will be scheduled. After your interview, our Admissions Committee will decide within 2-4 weeks.
VETERINARY FAQ—CLINICAL YEAR
Yes! You’ll be able to volunteer for various research opportunities starting your first semester.
WHITE COAT CEREMONY
The White Coat ceremony is when you receive your white coat and are officially accepted into the veterinary profession. It’s held at the beginning of each semester for all incoming DVM students.
ST. KITTS HOUSING QUESTIONS
On-campus housing costs can be found with our DVM tuition and fees.
Yes. You’ll work with our Housing Department to arrange housing, and we have programs in place for students’ significant others to help them acclimate, as well.
Yes! Bringing a pet during your first term may be possible based on availability in our pet-friendly residence hall and based on specific pet and import requirements. You can learn more about moving to St. Kitts with your pets or contact our Housing Department to help line up housing for you and your pet.
VETERINARY FAQ—ISLAND AND STUDENT LIFE
It depends on where you live in the U.S. or internationally. As you prepare to move to St. Kitts, note the exchange rate is pegged (fixed) with the United States dollar, and the exchange rate is US$1.00 = EC$2.70.US dollars are accepted, but local currency is used by those who live here.
To inquire about the accommodation request process, please contact the Office of Student Disability Services for more information at 855-229-0848 or by emailing email@example.com.
Your safety is of the utmost importance to us. We have full security teams on campus, while off-campus we have Ross Vet-approved housing that meets strict security standards, along with security members that make regular rounds of the various off-campus housing areas.
Many! Along with the more than 25 SAVMA-recognized clubs, we have dozens more interest-specific clubs. See our student clubs and organizations.