- Nationally renowned veterinary educators with a commitment to teaching and lifelong learning.
- “Hands on” based veterinary education that begins your first semester.
- Clinical experience with a varied and busy caseload that emphasizes a team approach.
- World class DeBusk Veterinary Teaching Center (DVTC) that students utilize from the first semester and onwards.
- Education that includes leadership skills,communications and community service.
LMU-CVM Program Highlights
LMU has announced more preparations and updated policies as it continues to prepare for seated classes in the fall. Dr. Clayton Hess, LMU president, has affirmed that the University will follow the posted Academic Calendar for Fall 2020, with undergraduate classes beginning on August 17.
Dr. Jason Johnson joins veterinary professionals around the nation to form a new nonprofit organization called the Veterinary Virtual Care Association (VVCA). In the wake of the global pandemic, there was a sudden demand for veterinary virtual care. This new group was formed to help the profession navigate how to implement virtual care into practice.
LMU President Clayton Hess conferred 108 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees on candidates from the LMU-College of Veterinary Medicine that completed the degree requirements at the close of the spring semester on Saturday, May 16.