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Admissions interviews for Class of 2014

February 16th, 2010

The Admissions Committee members have been busy as beavers choosing applicants for interviews. After studying each applicant’s file, the members vote on which ones to interview. The Admissions Committee is compiled of seven veterinarians from the College, Drs. John Schlipf, Sue Tornquist, Elena Gorman, Charles Estill, Manoj Pastey, John Mata and Jennifer Warnock, and the Admissions Coordinator, Ms. Holly Bell, the nerve center for the Committee. The interview panel will have two members from the Admissions Committee and one veterinarian from the community. The three participating doctors from the community are Drs. Chris Camp, Terry Gerros and Julianne Vickstrom. We want to thank them for taking time out of their busy schedules to be a part of this process.

The Admissions Committee will spend three days this week (Tuesday through Thursday) interviewing 50 in-state applicants in the Dean’s conference room selecting in-state members of the Class of 2014. In all, 56 students will be accepted to next year’s class. Of those 56 spots, three have already been accepted by early offers to in-state applicants. Early offers have also been sent to WICHE and out-of-state applicants. Acceptance letters will be sent to interviewees early next week. Admission into a college of veterinary medicine is a very competitive adventure. The majority of students apply multiple years before receiving an acceptance. Best of luck to all the applicants.

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