A new approach to Veterinary Medical education
At the University of Arizona College of Veterinary Medicine, we strive to lead the way in developing adaptive problem-solvers to tackle the industry's most significant challenges. With a program designed to meet the growing need for veterinarians, we provide each student with a wide range of clinical experiences in university, private and public settings.
Philanthropic efforts directly help fund our mission to find new strategies and practices to improve veterinary medicine. Financial support also enables us 10 support our students through financial aid and wellness initiatives.
"Our learner-forward curriculum will transform the student and faculty experience and advance the profession. From day-one, we will develop career-ready veterinarians who serve the people of Arizona and the world.”
-Julie Funk, Dean
The University of Arizona College of Veterinary Medicine is revolutionizing how future veterinarians learn. Progressive hands-on learning, a student-centered curriculum and team-based training take students out of the classroom. Interpersonal skills, business acumen, leadership and well-being are vital elements in a program that prepares day-one, career-ready professionals.
SOME OF OUR TOP PRIORITIES
Scholarships are essential for students to get the most out of their education and provide an opportunity to work in underserved communities post-graduation without the burden of debt. By investing in the next generation of veterinary professionals, you can make a real difference in the careers and well-being of students.
Advancing the Science of Human-Animal Interaction (HAI)
We are becoming the world’s leading HAI academic research institution. We aim to quantify the impact of service dogs for mental disabilities (e.g., PTSD, autism), understand predictors and mechanisms of beneficial forms of HAI, and develop and evaluate tools for predicting and monitoring service animal health. Your support enables our researchers and graduate students make meaningful strides to improve the lives of animals and the people who interact with them.