Why work here?
Improving the health of animals, people, and the planet has been central to our land-grant mission since 1879, when the first veterinary classes began at Colorado Agricultural College. Today, that vision remains at the heart of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, as we aim to lead the world in education, research, outreach, and service that transforms animal and human health.
Educating the next generation of leaders happens in the classroom, in the lab, and on the clinic floor.
Undergraduate, professional, and graduate courses of study are offered, spanning four departments: clinical sciences; biomedical sciences; environmental and radiological health sciences; and microbiology, immunology, and pathology. The college is home to one of the top veterinary schools in the country and for several decades the program has been ranked in the top three by U.S. News and World Report.
Our world-renowned expertise in life sciences is rooted in collaboration. Our “team science” approach means we seek out connections - with fellow researchers worldwide and with foundation, corporate, and agency partners - that make our science stronger.
Our teaching, research, and service impacts the lives of those in northern Colorado and beyond. We provide access to our expertise in health and medicine through educational events and activities for K-12 students on campus, in schools, and at CSU Spur.
Capitalizing on Colorado State University’s top ranking in veterinary medicine, and building on our tradition of providing high-quality compassionate care and achieving outstanding clinical outcomes, the Veterinary Health System broadens our expertise and skill to deliver the highest levels of customer service, employee satisfaction, and advancements in medicine through clinical service, research, and innovation.
Working in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
“ The college promotes a culture of inclusivity and collegiality. I admire the generosity of my colleagues, who prioritize helping others to succeed. They are supportive, friendly, and accomplished, which makes the college an amazing environment to work in.”
- Rushika Perera, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of RNA Virology
“ As a faculty member, I spend the majority of every day working with students who are some of the brightest, most driven, interesting, caring people I can imagine; what I can’t imagine is working anywhere else.”
- Dr. Craig Webb
Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine
“ I enjoy my career and am proud of the work I do, and on top of that, I really appreciate the people I work with. Working with my team of students is challenging, fun, and gratifying.”
- Jennifer Tucker
Lead Operating Room Technician
Working at CSU
When you work in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, you are also a part of the larger CSU community. Welcome to the Ramily!