Arizona’s First Veterinary Students Begin Classes at Midwestern University
The future of veterinary education in Arizona began this week as 102 inaugural students started classes at Midwestern University’s new College of Veterinary Medicine, the state’s only four-year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.) program. Students enrolled in the D.V.M. program will be taught in new state-of-the art facilities, including a 78,000 square foot classroom/laboratory building on the main campus, the Animal Health Institute (a 109,000 square foot veterinary clinic), and the on-campus Equine and Bovine Center, providing large animal education.
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source: Midwestern University – Office of Communications | 8.29.14