Financial planning is important to the long-term success of your chosen profession. In recognition of this, DVM Student Services offers a CERTIFITED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ to advise current DVM students. Upon request, you may set up confidential meetings to review your individual financial circumstances to help guide you, financially, through and beyond the DVM Program. These meetings, along with group sessions and classes, can cover a wide range of financial topics including budgeting, student debt counseling, loan repayment, savings, retirement planning and more.
The cost of education can be overwhelming, especially when you are pursuing your Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. The exact cost of your tuition will depend upon your Tuition Classification and Residency. Once you know your classification, you can take a look at CSU's tuition and fees.
Sixty-three percent of CSU students receive some type of financial assistance. The CSU Office of Admissions can help you assess options to pay for your education. To learn more about need-based aid and merit-based scholarships, visit CSU's Student Financial Services website.
CSU Student Financial Services
Located in Centennial Hall on the Main CSU Campus
CVMBS Scholarships and Awards
The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences offers over a million dollars in scholarships each year. Students pursuing their DVM are the primary recipients of these awards, but all CVMBS students meeting the application requirements are considered for awards.
DVM Emergency Loans
DVM emergency loans are a non-profit emergency loan fund for students pursuing their DVM. This type of loan should only be used for serious financial emergencies. You may apply for a short-term (90-day) loan of a maximum of $1,000 if you meet the criteria and complete the application (below). You may be eligible, in extreme circumstances, to extend this loan up to 90 additional days by filling out the Application for a Loan Extension.