AccreditationThe Council on Education of the American Veterinary Medical Association is the accrediting body for colleges of veterinary medicine.
- The COE of the AVMA defines eleven Standards of Accreditation that define the reaccreditation process that the NC State CVM completes every 7 years.
- North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine received full accreditation from the Council on Education for a period of seven years in 2014.
- The next site visit of the College by the Council on Education of the AVMA is expected in 2021.
- The 2019 pass rate for students of our College on the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination (NAVLE) was 93% (92/99) as compared to an 80% pass rate required by the AVMA Council on Education’s Outcomes Assessment standard. The five-year average pass rate is 98%.
Accreditation Self Study 2014The College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) at North Carolina State University (NC State) graduated its first class of veterinary students in 1985. Throughout its history, the College’s success has depended on the strength and accomplishments of its faculty, students and staff. The College also enjoys unique advantages as a part of a leading land grant institution at NC State, and the close proximity of two world-class research universities – Duke University and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH). View and download a PDF of the 2014 College Self Study for the AVMA.
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