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Current Student Resources

VETT students working with a patient during a lab.
VETT students working with a patient during a lab.

Congratulations!

Welcome to the TAMUK Veterinary Technology Program!  This area contains information helpful to students currently in the Vet Tech Program.  Newly accepted students can find information about New Student Orientation and materials required before the start of classes at the link below.
VETT student practices dental imaging techniques.
VETT student practices dental imaging techniques.

Veterinary Technology Scholarships

Scholarships help students attend classes and professional conferences.  Scholarships are also available to help students apply to take the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE).  View and apply for scholarships today!
Veterinary Technologists Club members assist with farm animals at a local sanctuary.
Veterinary Technologists Club members assist with farm animals at a local sanctuary.

Veterinary Technologists Club

Are you a current student or interested in Veterinary Technology?  The TAMUK Vet Tech Club is a Student Chapter of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (SCNAVTA) that supports students at TAMUK who love animals and those who wish to become veterinary technologists.  The Vet Tech Club also provides support and basic animal care education throughout the community.  Students from all majors are welcome to join!
VETT students perform laboratory procedures to aid in diagnosis of diseases.
VETT students perform laboratory procedures to aid in diagnosis of diseases.

VETT Degree Plan

The current (2019) degree plan is your guide to completion of the Veterinary Technology Program. The first four semesters of courses should be completed before application to the program. The second four semesters of courses are completed in the Veterinary Technology Facility after acceptance into the program. The majority of the applicants to our program will be TAMUK Sophomores heading into their Junior year. Prerequisite courses in progress can be marked as such on the application. Students may be conditionally accepted with the condition being that the courses are successfully completed by the start of the fall semester of acceptance.