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Get your start as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Whether a newfound purpose or lifelong dream, a vet career offers a lifetime of reward
Our highly sought-after graduates get hands-on experience in a holistic program that prepares them for a future in any facet of the veterinary field.
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Continuing Education

Creating lifelong learners through innovation in animal and human health.
The CE programs at OSU offer traditional quality learning opportunities with flexible options. We offer both face-to-face conferences and seminars and an online platform to provide greater access for all individuals. In 2023 there were 20,000 CE hours delivered!

Community Outreach

We strive to play an active role in helping our community through our shelter medicine program and operation catnip. We also offer boarding and long-term pet care facilities.

International Outreach

With a growing number of international partner organizations, we offer exchange opportunities for students and faculty members to experience work in different environments and cultures.

OSU's Land Grant Mission


The CVM provides students with a strong scientific and clinical foundation as they earn their DVMs.


Our cutting-edge research incorporates One Health principles for advancements in both human and animal medicine.


Through online courses, conferences, publications and specialists, OSU CVM provides veterinary professionals and animal owners quality education for the continued advancement of animal health and welfare.




2024 Phi Zeta Research Day Awards

April 8, 2024

Following the keynote address by Dr. Joy Scaria veterinary students, interns, residents, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows lectured on clinical cases and research findings. Awards were given.

2023 Distinguished Alumni - Jerry Ritchey, DVM

October 13, 2023

Dr. Jerry Ritchey was born and raised in Tulsa, OK. At an early age, he made a commitment to become a veterinarian because of the excitement for the profession exhibited from one of his first mentors, Dr. John T. Gage (OSU CVM 1971). Dr. Ritchey completed a BS in Microbiology from Oklahoma State in 1987 and entered the DVM curriculum graduating in 1991.

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