- 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
The LMU-College of Veterinary Medicine (LMU-CVM) and the LMU School of Allied Health Sciences Veterinary Health Science Program (Vet Tech) received a $71,400, two-year grant from PetSmart Charities® to serve members of the Appalachian community who would not otherwise be able to provide care to their pets.
LMU-CVM recognized its military graduates during the class of 2021 spring commencement May 22. Following their conferral of degrees, Kylie Smith, DVM, MS, and Mary Helen Wilson, DVM, were commissioned into the U.S. Army Veterinary Corps, and Victoria Orlando, DVM, was recognized for her service in the U.S. Army throughout her medical school career.
The current trend in new cases of COVID-19 in all of the LMU campus locations is very low. State and local regulations in all campus locations have been lifted to allow LMU to enter this next phase.