Students in our pre-veterinary program who apply to veterinary school have an acceptance rate of more than 60 percent. This is nearly two times the national average!
Animal Science/Pre-Veterinary Medicine Option
This option consists of four years at The University of Findlay and is completed with the awarding of a bachelor's degree. It's a program developed in consultation with representatives from veterinary schools who stress the need for both strong academic preparation and practical animal contact for veterinary candidates.
Two special seminars provide orientation to the various fields of veterinary medicine and facilitate application to veterinary schools.
Animal science/pre-veterinary medicine option majors who gain early admission at the end of their junior year to a professional program of study, will be granted a Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Findlay contingent upon having completed 102 hours of approved course work and the successful completion of the first year of veterinary school studies.
Experiential Learning a Priority!
The University of Findlay’s pre-veterinary program is recognized for its “hands-on” approach to animal health. Our current students come from a variety of backgrounds, including farm, suburban and urban environments. They enjoy a strong academic foundation in preparation for veterinary school, along with practical experience at one of two outstanding farm complexes.
Learn more about the Dr. C. Richard Beckett Animal Science Building - including a virtual tour!
Why choose UF for pre-vet?
Our students reap the benefits of outstanding facilities and strong relationships with area professionals. Learning opportunities include:
Working on-site with four practicing veterinarians
Observing at area veterinary clinics
Small animal and large animal medicine
Veterinary school acceptance rate nearly twice the national average
Observing at UF’s equine hospital (board certified equine surgeon on staff)
The University Equine Veterinary Services, Inc. (located at our English riding facility) offers emergency and routine medical and surgical services for UF animal herds and animals belonging to the general public.