Admissions’ Process Timelines
The admissions’ process timetable is as follows:
Student Selection Process
Selection is based on all of the data submitted by and on behalf of the applicant, not only on academic achievement.
The admissions process includes:
Phase 1: Assessment of applications by the Office of Admissions
The Office of Admissions evaluates each application for completion and minimal academic requirements.
Phase 2: Assessment of applications ---- review by the Committee
Following review by the Office of Admissions, the Admissions Committee reviews each application and places it into one of the five categories based upon the pre-veterinary academic performance (cumulative GPA, science GPA, and GRE scores) of the applicant. The categories are as follows:
The Committee reviews further the applicant folders in the first three of these groups and designates each applicant as:
Phase 3: Interview Process ---- Committee Members, Faculty, Staff, and Alumni
The interview process is critical for admission to the professional program. All applicants must successfully complete this phase before they can be recommended for admission.
Phase 4: Notification
After completion of the interview process, the completed folders for applicants that have completed Phase Three will be evaluated by the Admissions Committee. Based on this assessment, the Committee will submit recommendations to the Dean, who makes the final decision on admission offers. The Admissions Committee will recommend one of the following: