• UNH students volunteer in Africa before starting vet school. Learn More
    NHVDL veterinary pathologists and staff teach courses in the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Biomedical Sciences and coordinate the Preveterinary Medicine Program. Learn More
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    Pathologist, Dr. Inga Sidor, engaging students in the veterinary necropsy facility. Learn More

What's great about the UNH Pre-Vet Program?

  • Well-established program with ~200 pre-vet students
  • Exceptional faculty advisors that include veterinarians, three of whom are board certified
  • Rigorous academic programs that meet requirements for veterinary school admission
  • Diverse hands-on learning experiences at our dairy and equine centers and in the NH Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
  • Extensive networking with veterinary medicine practices and state and government agencies that offer outstanding internship opportunities
  • Open our Pre-Vet Handout to learn more about our program.  Read about the UNH CREAM program in a recent UNH Today article. For more information on this unique program click here.
  • Click to see the presentation given out at the Preveterinary Information Session Part 1 and Part 2