Applications to DVM Program closed October 2, 2014

What are the next steps? When should students hear about their application?

CSU-CVMBS has prepared the following so that applicants will know the time-frame and expectations of the admissions committee. 

1. Getting Started – THE APPLICATION PROCESS HAS ENDED

2. All Updates, Confirmations, and Notifications will occur via the DVM Admissions Portal

3. Evaluation & Notification of Admissions Status

**  UPDATE  **  Review of applications has been delayed.  Please add at least 15-20 days to the below estimated phases.  

The Office of Veterinary Admissions has a Phased Admissions evaluation and notification process which has been divided into four phases. This will provide applicants with an estimate of when they might expect to be notified about their admission status. The phases are as follows: 

·         Phase One: early October - Notification and denial of applicants who have an incomplete application. These are applicants who did not submit the VMCAS and/or the Colorado Supplemental Application(s) and/or associated application fee by the deadline. 

·         Phase Two: mid-October to mid-November - Applicants for the UAF/CSU Program or the Combined DVM Programs will be notified, via the portal, if they have been denied, selected as an alternate or offered a position. Applicants who have a cumulative GPA of 3.4 or less will be read, some will be denied and will receive notification via the portal.  

·         Phase Three: mid-November to late-December (late-January for WICHE applicants) - Applicants will be notified if they have been denied, selected as an alternate, or offered a position in the DVM Program. Also, Early Nonsponsored offers will be made to those WICHE candidates who were highly ranked by the CSU Admissions Committee members. 

·         Phase Four: early May to late-August - Accepted applicants will have exclusive access to the DVM Admissions Portal. 

 

Corrosion Casting Available Soon

Bulldog

Dr. Ors Petnehazy will be offering services

Dr. Petnehazy has perfected a method of corrosion casting and hopes to be able to provide the service  within the next 3 months.  Contact the department for a quotation, and information.

"OH" One Health Seminar Series

Mondays, Murie Auditorium, 4:30 pm

 

FALL 2014   SPEAKERS:

OCTOBER       20  (Starting time is 5:00 pm instead of 4:30 pm)  Barbara Taylor, Karsten Hueffer and Arleigh Reynolds BLaST Off Seminar - Announcing something special!

OCTOBER       27   Lorrie Rea - Steller sea lions and their prey as sentinels of environmental contaminants in the Aleutian Islands

NOVEMBER      3   Lisa Lunn - Guess Who's Coming to Dinner...How veterinary medicine impacts the food you eat

NOVEMBER    10   Michael Harris - Perspectives on the neural control of ventilation: to breathe or not to breathe ... that is the question


If you missed one of the Seminars, you can view a recording at: http://vcs-content.h323.alaska.edu/tcs

Support the Department of Veterinary Medicine

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Your gift allows the department to fund student travel, student research, scholarships and more. If you are interested in establishing an endowment or scholarship fund, please contact Cathy Griseto at 907-474-1928. 

College of Natural Science and Mathematics

The College of Natural Science and Mathematics is home to the Department of Veterinary Medicine.  For more about the college please visit www.uaf.edu/cnsm/

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