At RUSVM, our approach is to look at applicants holistically. Yes, we consider your GRE score and GPA. But we also look at your overall academic performance in context. What are your strengths and weaknesses as a student? As a person? Is your desire to care for animals a calling? How have you put that calling into practice? What kinds of experiences have you had that will make you a better veterinarian?
To thrive as a profession, veterinary medicine needs many different kinds of people: general practitioners, specialists, researchers, administrators and more.
In short, there's plenty of room for people who are passionate about veterinary medicine. At Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, we're committed to finding those students who have that passion. If that's you, we want to know more about you.