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Oklahoma State University

Fact Sheet

Fall 2019

Enrollment in DVM degree program: 395

Enrollment in graduate program: 47

Total Alumni 1951 - 2019: 4,076

OSU Alumni Association Members: 457 (18 percent participation)

NAVLE Pass Rate: 100 percent

Total Faculty: 115

  • Professors: 21
  • Associate Professors: 19
  • Assistant Professors: 15
  • Clinical Faculty: 14
  • Lecturers: 3
  • Research Faculty: 6
  • Post-Doctoral Fellows: 8
  • Residents: 20
  • Interns: 9

Endowed Chairs and Professorships: 17

  • Established and fully funded: 17
  • Awaiting matching funds: 0

Admissions – Class of 2023

  Total Applications Positions
Residents 142 58
Non-Residents 797 48
Total 939 106

Academic Profile for Matriculated Students

  • Core GPA: 3.66
  • Cumulative GPA: 3.69
  • GRE Scores
    • Verbal: 152
    • Quantitative: 151
    • Analytical: 4.0
  • Females: 86
  • Males: 20

Class of 2023 Annual Tuition and Fees:

  • Residents: $24,130
  • Non-residents: $50,495

Scholarships Awarded for 2019-2020 Academic Year:

  • Total available for awards: $542,270
  • Total scholarships available: 158

Budget Highlights:

  • FY 2020 State Appropriation Base Funding: $8,554,168 (a 3.6 percent increase from FY 2019)
  • Estimated Tuition revenue FY 2020: $12,762,820
  • Expenditures FY 2019: $30,764,835
  • FY 2019 Veterinary Medical Hospital Revenue: $6,181,696
  • FY 2019 Animal Diagnostic Laboratory Revenue: $1,685,752
  • Sponsored Research Total Expenditures FY 2019: $7,505,881
    • Federal: $4,001,320
    • State: $278,058
    • Private: 3,226,503

Graduating Senior Data

Points of Pride:

  1. 2019 Zoetis Distinguished Teacher Award: Dr. Jill Akkerman (Physiological Sciences) 

  2. 2019 Zoetis Award for Research Excellence: Dr. Andrew Hanzlicek (Veterinary Clinical Sciences)

  3. 2019 McElroy Award: Jesse Jenny

  4. 2019 Regents Distinguished Teacher Award: Dr. Mason Reichard (Veterinary Pathobiology)

  5. 2018 Regents Distinguished Research Award: Dr. Ashish Ranjan (Physiological Sciences)

  6. 2018 Stratton Staff Award: Gayle Sisney (Veterinary Pathobiology)

  7. Professorships & Chairs: Drs. Melanie Boileau, Daniel Burba, Michael Davis, Danielle Dugat, Andrew Hanzlicek, Todd Holbrook, Reed Holyoak, Clinton Jones, Susan Little, Lin Liu, Jerry Malayer, Dianne McFarlane, Carey Pope, Ashish Ranjan, and Lara Sypniewski

  8. Regents Professors: Drs. Susan Little, Lin Liu, and Carey Pope

  9. In the last five years, faculty generated 569 publications, which have been cited 3,158 times or 5.6 citations per publication.

  10. Eleven percent of publications were among the top 10 percent cited papers worldwide and 30.5 percent were in the top 10 percent most frequently cited journals.

  11. According to the 2019 Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges Comparative Data Report, when research funding is normalized to faculty numbers, the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine ranks 13 of 30 among U.S. colleges of veterinary medicine.

  12. Twenty-one students in the Class of 2023, or 20 percent, are under-represented minorities.

  13. Emeritus Regents Professors: Drs. Anthony Confer, Robert Fulton and Katherine Kocan. All three are members of the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame.

  14. Emeritus Regents Service Professor: Dr. Michael Lorenz.  He is also a member of the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame.

  15. OSU Eminent Faculty Award Recipients: Drs. Sidney Ewing (deceased) and Anthony Confer. Both are members of the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame.

  16. 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients: Drs. John L. Myers (’71), Ronald D. Tyler, Sr. (’77) and Paul L. Welch (’81).

  17. Class of 1963 2019 Distinguished Lectureship: Lawrence Schook, PhD, Edward William and Jane Marr Gutgsell Professor in the Departments of Animal Sciences and Radiology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the University of Illinois at Chicago.

  18. Emeritus Professor Dr. Roger Panciera (’53, deceased) is a Distinguished Fellow in the American College of Veterinary Pathologists.  He is also a member of the Oklahoma Higher Education Hall of Fame and the 2016 inductee into the Merck Animal Health – American Association of Bovine Practitioners Cattle Production Veterinarian Hall of Fame.