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ISU College of Veterinary Medicine

  The Veterinary Medical Center at Iowa State University is a teaching hospital where our students and veterinary doctor experts care for the health of over 16,000 individual companion animals (dogs/cats/horses/ birds/reptiles and other pets) per year, as well as large populations of animals that include pigs, cattle, sheep, llamas and alpacas and sheep.
 
  A major expansion of the Small Animal Hospital was completed at the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine which added more than 17,000 square feet of new space and renovated more than 88,000 square feet of space. Plus, there is a new 108,000 square foot, $48 million equine and food animal hospital completed in 2008.
 
  The College of Veterinary Medicine houses the Wildlife Care Clinic to assist wildlife in Iowa, which is staffed by ISU students and supported by the College and through donations from the public and other groups.
 
  Students have opportunities for exciting educational experiences in Iowa, across the United States, and around the world. Here are just a few:

Study Abroad Programs

The Swine Medicine Education Center

The Blank Park Zoo

The Great Ape Trust

Shelter Medicine

Government agencies for animal and human health
 
  The college has graduated over 7,000 veterinarians who are leaders in all aspects of veterinary medicine, veterinary diagnostics, and veterinary research.
 
  There are over 35 student organizations in the College of Veterinary Medicine to support you and your leadership goals.
 
  Learn about livestock, even if you never grew up on a farm.
 
  Learn about research with national and international scientists working to solve problems of animal and human health.
 
  Iowa State is the home of the One Health Commission which advances knowledge common to both animal and human health
 
  A unique Center dedicated to protecting public health and food security

Come Find This and More at Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine!