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Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine

We’re passionate about responding to the world’s most pressing health challenges. From helping pets, to researching cancer, to saving wildlife, your gift can make a difference.

Support everyday needs that enable our students to thrive.

"Every gift, no matter its size, expresses a vote of confidence and fuels our ability to lead, enable, and inspire others to attain a healthier world for animals and people."

Matt Braun, Assistant Dean for Alumni Affairs and Development
Matt Braun, Assistant Dean for Alumni Affairs and Development
Help our students follow their dreams.
Dean Warnick, Austin O. Hooey Dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University

"Our top priority is to help our students thrive in the veterinary profession. With increased scholarship support, we ease the pressures of student debt and fundamentally jumpstart our graduates’ success and wellbeing as Cornell veterinarians."

Lorin D. Warnick, D.V.M., Ph.D. ’94, Austin O. Hooey Dean of Veterinary Medicine
Invest in veterinary business education.

"The new Center for Veterinary Business and Entrepreneurship is a game-changer for veterinary education. By embedding business education into every students’ clinical training, we’re ensuring our graduates have skills for career success."

Jodi Korich, D.V.M. ’97, Associate Dean for Education
Jodi Korich, Associate Dean for Education
Translate scientific discovery into life-saving solutions.
Dr. Robert Weiss, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education, Professor of Molecular Genetics

"The College of Veterinary Medicine is a truly innovative institution, set within a university that inspires radical collaboration amongst faculty and researchers to solve our world’s most critical health challenges."

Dr. Robert Weiss, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education, Professor of Molecular Genetics
Ensure a future of exceptional care and discovery.

"Armed with state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, our dedicated students, clinicians and staff ensure that every patient gets the world-class care they deserve."

Dr. Meg Thompson, Associate Dean of Hospital Operations and Corporate Relations
Meg Thompson, DVM, Director for the Cornell University Hospital for Animals
Protect the health of animals, humans and the planet.
Alex Travis, PhD, VMD, Director of the Cornell Master of Public Health Program, Professor of Reproductive Biology

"Now more than ever, we know that the health of people depends on the health of animals and the environment. By focusing on sustainability, equity, and community engagement, we’re working towards a healthier planet for everyone."

Dr. Alex Travis, Director of the Cornell Master of Public Health Program, Professor of Reproductive Biology