October 7, 2021
Posner Named NC State Veterinary Medicine Assistant Dean of Student Development
The position supports NC State DVM students at every stage of their veterinary education, from admissions through fourth-year clinics and finding their first job.
August 12, 2021
‘I Could Really Do This’: NC State Veterinary Medicine Student Exposing More Children to Science
Kier Way rarely saw Black veterinarians growing up. Now the member of the CVM class of 2022 is determined to make things better for future generations.
May 10, 2021
Heartfelt and Celebratory: The 37th Annual CVM Awards
The awards honor students and faculty for outstanding academic, clinical and research achievements.
December 11, 2019
CVM Students Awarded Prestigious Equine Scholarship
The Class of 2020's Gabriel Gonzalez and Natalie Andrews have both received this year's Coyote Rock Ranch Scholarship.
October 14, 2019
Class of 2023: Two of a Kind
The Drumgooles are the first set of twins to enroll in the CVM at the same time. You get the strongest sense of how close they are when they talk about their shared passion for animals and veterinary medicine, a path that had been on their minds since they were children...
August 11, 2019
CVM Students Awarded AAAP Scholarships
Several NC State College of Veterinary Medicine students picked up honors from the American Association of Avian Pathologists at the organization’s annual meeting last week in Washington. The Class of 2021’s Grayson Walker received a $5,000 AAAP Foundation/Merck Animal Health Veterinary Student Scholarship, awarded to veterinary students dedicated to poultry health. Walker is an alumnus
June 12, 2019
CVM Students Awarded AKC Outreach Scholarships
Three NC State College of Veterinary Medicines students are winners of a 2019 Veterinary Outreach Scholarship from the American Kennel Club. The Class of 2021’s Dylan DeProspero, and the Class of 2022’s Tyler Myers and Courtney Wicker are among the 15 recipients of the nationwide scholarship supporting students who participate in AKC programs and show
March 21, 2016
What are core electives?
During the third year, students are required to take a minimum number of core elective credits in the fall and the spring. Only elective courses specifically approved by the Faculty Committee on Curriculum and Course Evaluation (FCCCE) will count toward this core elective requirement.
March 21, 2016
What is the purpose of core electives within the curriculum?
Core electives expose students to veterinary materials at a slightly more advanced or in-depth level within the third year curriculum. These electives will remain relatively broad and are meant to run concurrently with and to complement core courses by offering species-specific and skill-specific material to complement what is taught within the core.
March 21, 2016
How are core electives different from other electives?
Core electives are courses meant to run concurrently with and to complement core courses as indicated in the question above. Other electives can be taken whenever offered during the first three years, and do not run concurrently with any specific course and are not directly affiliated with any core courses. While some non-core electives may