1. Veterinary Course Requirements
Complete the necessary prerequisite courses with a grade of C- or above. You can apply and be admitted under provisional admission before completing all required courses.
Applicants should send official transcripts to VMCAS before September 15, 2016. VMCAS will perform Transcript Verification on all submitted VMCAS applications. (See Application Procedures for details).
3. GRE Scores
Take the GRE General Test before August 15, 2016. The Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytical scores are required. Test scores earlier than August 1, 2011 will not be accepted. The self-reported/unofficial scores must be entered into the Colorado Supplemental Application (CSA) for a successful submission of the application. Official scores should be received at CSU before November 30. (See Application Procedures for details).
4. VMCAS Application & Fee
Submit the Veterinary Medical College Application Service (VMCAS) before September 15.
5. Colorado Supplemental Application (CSA) & Fee
Submit the CSA September 15. (See Application Procedures for details).
6. VMCAS Letters of Recommendation (LOR)
You will need to submit three VMCAS LOR's, as part of the VMCAS Application before September 15.
We are bringing back interviews! Candidates invited to interview will participate in the interview process using the MMI format. Interviews will be held on January 14-15, 2017. (See Application Procedures for details).
8. Graduate Program Release Letter
If you are made an offer/alternate status, and you are enrolled in a graduate program at the time of application, you must submit a Graduate Program Release Letter before July 15, 2017 from your major adviser or department head indicating approval of your application to the DVM Program. (See Application Procedures for details).
9. Review the DVM Program Essential Functions document so you are familiar with expectations for completing our program.
Additional steps are required for International applicants:
1. Take the TOEFL examination
The TOEFL examination is required for all international applicants from a country whose primary language is not English. The minimum TOEFL score for unconditional admission is 550 (paper-based), 80 (internet-based) or 6.5 (IELTS). Official scores must be submitted directly from the Educational Testing Service. Please have the testing center send official scores to CSU (University code=4075). Students are exempted from the TOEFL requirement if the official language of their country is English or they have recently earned a degree at an American university. For more information, please see information posted by the CSU Graduate School-Graduate Bulletin-Admissions Requirements + Procedures, PLAN C.
2. International Transcripts
All international transcripts (to include Canada) must be processed through a transcript evaluation service and received by VMCAS before SEP 15. Only electronically submitted World Education Services (WES) evaluations will be accepted by VMCAS. (See Application Procedures for details).