Veterinarians work in the private sector, corporate clinical practice, teaching and research, regulatory medicine, public health, and military service. Our Career Development Services Team can help you prepare for jobs, as well as discuss what work experiences will benefit you while in veterinary school.
Well-Being and Counseling
Veterinarians experience above-average levels of stress, anxiety, and depression. Our D.V.M. Program offers free, confidential counseling, as well as regularly scheduled workshops and presentations on maintaining well-being.
Assistance is available for a variety of issues, including transitions, depression, anxiety, academic stress, imposter syndrome, enhancing resiliency and mindfulness-based stress reduction, relationship concerns and grief and loss.
A financial advisor can review your financial circumstances to help guide you through and beyond the D.V.M. Program. Our advisor can help you understand tuition costs, explore financial aid opportunities and scholarships, and more.
Learn more about tuition and fees, scholarships, loans, and grants on the Financial Resources page.
The D.V.M. mentorship program helps veterinary students build relationships with veterinary professionals. Mentors provide meaningful learning experiences outside the classroom and opportunities for professional development, networking, and foster an exchange of ideas.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor to a veterinary student, please fill out our mentorship form.