Continuing Education Events

The Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine is one of the most valued providers of continuing education opportunities for the veterinary community. From our annual veterinary conferences to subject-specific conferences, there are many options to keep you on the cutting edge of your field under the guidance of Cornell's world-renowned and award-winning faculty.

Upcoming Conferences

  • Spring 2016 New York State Veterinary Conference
    Rye Brook, NY ~ May 13-15, 2016

  • 28th Annual Fred Scott Feline Symposium
    Ithaca, NY ~ July 29-31, 2016

  • Fall 2016 New York State Veterinary Conference
    Ithaca, NY ~ September 30 - October 2, 2016 

Recent Conferences

  • DeeDee Arrison
    Ithaca, NY ~ September 19-20, 2015

  • Fall 2015 New York State Veterinary Conference
    Ithaca, NY ~ October 16-18, 2015  
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  • Cornell Farrier Conference
    Ithaca, NY ~ November 14-15, 2015




Online Continuing Education
 is a unique partnership between Cornell University, Texas A&M, and Zoetis. It offers veterinarians, veterinary technicians and paraprofessionals, web-based, peer-reviewed continuing education utilizing the latest advances in online teaching technologies.

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Upcoming Events

Department Seminars

Educational Opportunities

New York State Continuing Education Law

For more information or to be added to an electronic mailing list for future continuing education opportunities, please email the
Office of Continuing Education.

Cornell University Veterinary Specialists, the College's satellite emergency and specialty referral hospital in Stamford, CT, offers a variety of continuing education opportunities. Learn more.

The College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell is making steady progress on a transformational project to accommodate our expanding pre-clinical education program. In addition to increasing classroom capacity, we are renovating existing anatomy, tutorial, and student surgery areas. We also are creating a public atrium space for large gatherings and events like the New York State Veterinary Conference. Make plans now to attend the fall 2017 conference, when you can see the results!