DVM students charting in the surgery suite

Thank you for your interest in the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine. Here, future veterinarians discover their role in an exciting and varied profession by way of challenging academics, active and collaborative learning, and a community-supported journey.

VMCVM has full AVMA COE accreditation. The college's last site visit was in October 2021; the next site visit will occur in 2028.

Dear Prospective Students,

Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine believes a diverse and inclusive community of students, interns, residents, faculty and staff enhances the educational experience, widens the path to leadership, and advances our mission to protect and enhance animal, human and environmental health and welfare locally, nationally, and globally.  The VMCVM embraces diversity that is broadly defined and includes age, gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, disability and socioeconomic status. The definition of diversity also includes the rich breadth of human experiences, talents and attributes. The VMCVM strives to allow the multiplicity of values, beliefs, interests and viewpoints of a diverse and inclusive community to foster excellence in our efforts to provide an exceptional veterinary medical education and address quality outcomes for both society and animals alike.

Building a diverse and inclusive community is the cornerstone of excellence and necessary to foster innovation. In considering individual applicants for admission to VMCVM, the Committee seeks to identify candidates whose backgrounds suggest the potential to contribute to achieving these goals. As educators of our future veterinarians, we believe in the educational benefits of diversity as emphasized by both the VMCVM and the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC).

Admission of students with these attributes creates a VMCVM community, which will enhance the educational experience, widen the path to leadership, and advance our mission of “educating a diverse population of professional students in preparation for careers in broad areas of veterinary medicine”.   A core value of this mission is respect for the multiple dimensions of diversity reflected in all people. 

VMCVM DVM Program Admissions Team

DVM Class of 2026: 128 accepted students; 31 males, 97 females; Where are they from? 42 out-of-state, 86 VA/MD/WV; 3.62 average GPA; 1899 students applied

DVM Class of 2026 statistics

"No other school made me feel more at home than VMCVM.  The students and staff were very welcoming and kind. The curriculum is well organized with plenty of hands-on opportunity throughout all four years.  The town of Blacksburg is located at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, which provide ample outdoor recreation activities.  Great people, excellent education, beautiful country, I can't wait to get started!"
— Max Kitzmiller, Class of 2025

Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act)

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act) requires colleges and universities to disclose information about crime on and around their campuses. The purpose of the reports is to provide information about security on campus, which includes campus and community crime statistics, policy information, safety tips, resource phone numbers, and a brief overview of university-provided services.

To request a printed copy of any campus report, stop by the Virginia Tech Police Department. As per federal requirements, Campus Security and Fire Safety Reports are published on or before the first of October for the preceding calendar year.