Registration open for DVM@WSU!
Join us in Pullman, Washington on Saturday, April 2, 2016 for an incredible in-depth look at the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine and the WIMU Regional Program! Our annual Discover Veterinary Medicine @ WSU event offers undergraduate students, graduate students, and pre-veterinary advisors the opportunity to experience our program first-hand. Explore our classes and extracurricular opportunities, take a tour of our Veterinary Teaching Hospital, get an inside look on the admissions process, and hear from our current veterinary students why WSU really is the best in the West!
Questions? Email us at DVMatWSU@vetmed.wsu.edu for more information. Registration is now open. Reserve your spot today at this once a year event!
On The Case: Sugar
Marcia Hill Gossard '99, '04
Photo with permission by WT Bruce
Jillian Connolly sits astride Sugar, a chestnut colored American Quarter Horse with a blond mane and tail and a white patch stretching down the length of her nose. Connolly quickly scans the barrel racing track and they are off for what she describes as the most thrilling 17 seconds. She and her 1000-pound athlete partner round the first of three barrels before she feels a giant lurch propelling them toward the next barrel. They make a clover leaf pattern around the barrels before they sprint to the finish line. READ MORE
Connecting with our Prospective Students
It’s been a few weeks now since the halls of our WIMU campuses in Bozeman, Logan, and Pullman were abuzz with the excitement and jitters of interviewing applicants. It never ceases to amaze us how many of our applicants are so nervous before their interviews and then come out beaming. Our admissions committee and staff are so privileged to share our program with each and every interview candidate who takes the time and resources to travel to our campuses. The WIMU Regional Program prides itself on being a family, and every interviewee is a guest of our family.
Now that the halls have quieted a bit and interview decisions have been sent out, we want to continue to keep that family feel alive for our applicants – regardless of interview decision. Stacey Poler, WIMU Recruiter, will be traveling to several schools in the state of Washington this spring, and then she and Dr. Talcott, Director of Admissions, will be traveling to several out-of-state schools in the fall. Stacey and Dr. Talcott would love to connect with you during their travels, so please keep an eye on our Facebook page and website for their travel dates and destinations. We also welcome applicants to call or email us at 509-335-5107 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about our program or even to schedule a visit. Thank you so much to everyone who participated in our WIMU interviews this year; it was truly an honor, and we wish you all the best.