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Contracts and State Cooperation Programs

Connecticut

Nebraska

North Dakota

South Dakota


 

Connecticut

Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine contracts with the State of Connecticut to offer a limited number of positions to Connecticut residents. Total number of positions available each year is determined by the State of Connecticut, however, currently 5 positions are available. Connecticut residents admitted under this contract pay reduced tuition.

For further information on this contract contact:

Dr. Cameron Faustman
Professor and Associate Dean
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
University of Connecticut
1376 Storrs Road Unit 4090
Storrs, CT 06269
(860) 486-2919
cameron.faustman@uconn.edu

 

Nebraska

Nebraska residents applying to the ISU/UNL Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine should go to www.vetmed.unl.edu.

The Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine (ISU) and the University of Nebraska –Lincoln Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UNL) have established the ISU-UNL Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine (ISU-UNL PPVM). Under this program, 25 Nebraska resident students who are admitted to ISU will enroll and complete the first two years of the veterinary curriculum at UNL and the last two years at ISU. The 25 Nebraska resident students will pay ISU resident veterinary tuition for all four years of enrollment with the tuition for the first two years paid to UNL and for the last two years to ISU.

Nebraska students who wish to participate in this program must apply to Iowa State University. The following steps are required.

  • Apply to Iowa State University through the regular application process. All applications must be received by October 2, 2013, 1:00 pm Eastern Time.
  • Complete the Nebraska Resident Certification Form. These forms must be received at UNL by October 2, 2013.

Nebraska residents may be considered for admission directly to ISU under the following process:  All Nebraska residents will be first considered in the ISU-UNL PPVM process.  During the period of time that the applicant is viable in the UNL applicant pool, the application will not be further processed at ISU.  Following final decisions of offers for the ISU-UNL PPVM program, Nebraska resident applications not accepted into that program will be considered in the ISU non-resident/non-contract applicant pool if requested.  Although this alternate route exists, Nebraska residents will be most competitive for admission through the ISU-UNL PPVM program described above.

 

North Dakota

Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine contracts with the State of North Dakota to offer a limited number of positions to North Dakota residents. The total number of positions available each year is determined by the State of North Dakota, however, there have been 3-4 contract positions available each year over the past several years. North Dakota residents admitted under this contract pay Iowa resident tuition.

For further information on this contract and to request residency paperwork contact:

North Dakota University System
State Capitol
600 East Boulevard
Bismarck, ND 58505-0230
Phone: 701-328-4114

The deadline for application to this program is October 15 of the year you submit your application to the College of Veterinary Medicine.

 

South Dakota

Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine contracts with the State of South Dakota to offer a limited number of positions to South Dakota residents. Total number of positions available each year is determined by the State of South Dakota, however, there have been 6 contract positions available each year over the past several years. South Dakota residents admitted under this contract pay Iowa resident tuition.

For further information on this contract and to request residency paperwork contact:

South Dakota Board of Regents
306 East Capitol Avenue, Suite 200
Pierre, SD 57501-2545
Phone: 605-773-3455

 

Last updated 5/18/2012