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Ross Vet students enjoying campus dining
On-campus Dining

Students enjoy eating and studying outside in our courtyard and picnic area by the student union.  Plenty of on-campus dining options are available for breakfast, snacks, and lunch through our student union, as well as independent "shacks" that offer a variety of foods at reasonable prices.



Two veterinarians with a mule
Large Animal Facilities

Ross Vet’s Large Animal Teaching Facility houses laboratory and teaching space for large animals. In this specialized facility, students engage hands-on with the animals like cows, donkeys, sheep, and horses. Students learn equine safety handling and restraint and experience a large animal bandage lab. Students will also work with horses as part of Ross Vet’s Essential Veterinary Skills Lab.

Veterinarians practicing surgery in a clinic
High-Tech Classrooms

Ross Vet students enjoy high-quality education in classrooms outfitted with the latest in educational technology. From day one, students experience hands-on learning in the clinical skills and microscopy labs. Students in advanced semesters take advantage of our anatomy lab, simulation center, pastures, large-animal facilities, and even our on campus veterinary clinic.

Two veterinarians in a laboratory

DVM students can apply to join their instructors and postgraduate degree students in research projects, as well as take on other research opportunities on campus. Many students find a passion that they never knew they would have in research, and enjoy the extra time in small groups with faculty. Ross Vet has several research labs, including a necroscopy lab and ultrasound room.


St. Kitts is located at the border of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic, offering breathtaking views of both, as well as the Nevis Peak and plenty of beaches.

Ross Vet student enjoying the outdoors
Group of students looking at a laptop
Student Life

Being on top of your studies as a veterinary student is important, but so is having a little downtime for yourself. Between schoolwork, student organizations, student government traditions, and tourist activities around the St. Kitts and Nevis, there is always plenty to fill your time at Ross Vet.



Student helps a sea turtle in the ocean

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