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K-State Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Updates

Exceptional teaching. Impactful research. Outstanding service. Extraordinary graduates.

Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine is dedicated to the advancement of health and welfare of animals, people, the environment, and the veterinary profession through excellence in teaching, research, service and outreach.

We are committed to a professional degree program with broad training opportunities across a comprehensive range of companion and exotic animals, and livestock species. Our focus is on initiatives that address important societal needs at a local, national and global level.


Letter to K-State community from Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer

Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Bryan Samuel shares a message with the K-State community.
Bryan Samuel

AAVMC Joins FASHP Organizations in Denouncing Racism, Affirming Principles of Inclusion


Veterinary faculty target new ways to confront COVID-19

Scientific work continues in the CVM to better understand and confront the virus that causes the COVID-19 disease.

    Mosier Hall

National veterinary student association recognizes Dr. Kate KuKanich for outreach efforts

During a virtual symposium for the Student Veterinary Medical Association, Dr. KuKanich was recognized with the association's Faculty Community Outreach Award.

Dr. Kate KuKanich


Dr. Susan Nelson shares tips for a bite-free quarantine

People staying at home to avoid COVID-19 can inadvertently be a stressful time for dogs that results in unusual behavior, including biting. How can you avoid this problem?
Girl holding dog (stock photo)

CVM discontinuing GRE requirement for admissions

The College of Veterinary Medicine is dropping the Graduate Record Examination as a requirement of its application process beginning with the 2020-2021 application cycle.

Willie the Wildcat examines pooch at VHC