College of Veterinary Medicine - The University of Georgia
The UGA College of Veterinary Medicine, founded in 1946, trains aspiring veterinarians to conduct research relating to animal and human diseases and provides care for pets, farm animals, poultry and wildlife. The research programs at UGA College of Veterinary Medicine include efforts aimed at improving quality of life for domestic animals and owners, facilitating a health interface between wildlife and the human populace in their habitat and studies regarding livestock productivity. Each fall the college accepts 102 students from a pool of over 500 applicants.
- Handicap Accessible: Elevators and access ramps are available to enter and move about the building.
- Founding Date: 1946
- Number of students: 408
- Male-to-female ratio: 74:26
- Public/Private: Public
- Financial aid: Yes
- Accreditation/licenses: We are an AVMA-accredited institution. Many of our faculty are diplomates of at least one specialty college (e.g. dermatology, exotics, emergency and critical care, radiation oncology, surgery, etc.)
- Parking: Free lot
- Number of faculty: 159 (in 2011)
- Degrees: Graduate, Professional