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Earning a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree requires dedication and hard work, but the rewards are returned for a lifetime. In general, students must complete three to four years of pre-veterinary undergraduate coursework followed by four years of a professional program in a college of veterinary medicine.

Prospective Students 

Program Highlights

Applicant Toolbox

Check out our resources to help you when applying to vet school.


Applying to vet school can be overwhelming, get some of your questions answered!

DVM Career Paths

Learn more about what careers are available to you after graduation.

Financial Aid

Estimate the cost of an OSU DVM. We offer more than half a million dollars in scholarships each year!

Dual Degree Programs

Education is never ending! Learn more about pursuing an additional degree concurrently with your DVM.

Student Life

Learn more about being a veterinary student and the resources we provide.


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