On Campus Pre-Vet Presentations & Tours
These two-hour programs are open to all who are interested in a veterinary medicine career. They include a presentation by the director of admissions and a student-guided tour of the college. Guests of pre-vet students are welcome to attend the presentation and participate on the tour.
- The presentation covers information about the DVM curriculum, how to prepare for a future application, an overview of the application process, ways to strengthen an application, careers in veterinary medicine, and financial aid.
- The tour is a guided walk-through of the educational facilities and some of our clinical spaces, like the Companion Animal Hospital. These are the only tours offered of the college; we do not offer individual tours.
Spaces are limited for this program and we ask each attendee to limit their guests to one person in order to allow more students to attend. When you click the registration link below, you will be taken to an RSVP system where you can let us know the date you would like to attend, your name, email address, and your guest's RSVP.
Registration confirmation will be sent closer to the date of the program, along with details on the time and location of the program.
If you are interested in a tour that is marked “Full,” email firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be put on the waitlist. Include the date(s) you are interested in attending and if you are bringing a guest. Cancelations are frequent and those on the waitlist are often able to attend.
Upcoming Tour Dates
- Friday, March 8th from 3:00-5:00
- Saturday, April 6th from 10:00-4:00- Annual Open House (No registration required)
- Friday, May 10th from 3:00-5:00
If you find you cannot attend, please let us know as soon as possible so we can offer someone on the waitlist an opportunity to attend. You can email us at email@example.com or call 607.253.3700.
Restrictions and Warnings
Children 14 years old and under are not allowed on tours for health and safety reasons.
There are many steps to climb; you may see dead or sick animals; you may see blood and animal tissues; you will not be allowed to touch or pet any animals. Photography is not allowed at any point during the Tour. Close-toed shoes are required in the hospital (no sandals).
Cannot attend in person? Watch our virtual tour videos.
Virtual Admissions Roundtables
These roundtables are offered via Zoom and are tailored for small groups of either pre-vet or applicants, depending on where the student is in the admissions process. These programs are only open to those who registered by emailing us with the date and time you are interested in attending. A Zoom link will be sent a few days before the program. All times are Eastern Standard Time.
Virtual Pre-Vet Roundtables
Learn about how to prepare for a future application, details about Cornell and our veterinary curriculum, and life as a vet student.
- Wednesday, February 7th at 4:30
- Tuesday, February 20th at 5:00
- Tuesday, March 5th at 4:00
Virtual "Prerequisite Course" Roundtable
Learn more about the New Prerequisite Courses that will start with applicants in the Fall of 2026 (Class of 2031). Those applying this Fall (2024) and next Fall (2025) will remain under the current prerequisite courses.
- Wednesday, February 14th at 4:00
- Thursday, February 29th at 5:00
- Tuesday, March 19th at 12:00
Virtual Applicant Roundtables
Virtual Pre-Vet Club Meetings
Pre-Vet clubs who would like to set up a virtual Zoom meeting with the director of admissions, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Individual appointments are available with Jennifer Mailey, director of admissions. Whether you are a college pre-vet, high school student, career changer, or postbac student, this is an opportunity to discuss your preparation for a future application and ask questions about our DVM degree program. Please use this Bookings link (appointment details can be found under the 'i' info button). On-campus appointments (Tuesday-Friday only) can be made by calling 607.253.3700 and selecting Admissions.
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