DVM Admissions

Thank you for your interest in Virginia-Maryland Vet Med, where future veterinarians discover their role in an exciting and varied profession through challenging academics, active and collaborative learning, and a community-supported journey.

Learn about Essential Abilities and Characteristics Required for Completion of the DVM Degree (PDF).

COVID-19 Update

Dear prospective student,

We understand these are uncertain times and you have concerns about how the current COVID-19 situation will impact your ability to apply to our veterinary program this cycle.

We can assure you of the following:

  • We require only 0-100 hours of veterinary experience. If you are having difficulty finding experience hours, this will not impact your application.
  • We have no GPA cut-off; each application is reviewed in its entirety.
  • We do not require the GRE.
  • We accept online coursework from accredited programs.
  • We will accept all pass/fail coursework completed during the spring 2020 and summer 2020 semesters.
  • Interviews for the 2020-2021 application cycle are canceled. Please refer to the Admissions Selection Process for more information.

In the near future, we will be organizing virtual information sessions. In the meantime, please stay safe and healthy.


The VA-MD Vet Med DVM Admissions Team

Application Dates

VMCAS Application

VA-MD Vet Med Supplemental Application

Incoming Class of 2024

"VMCVM checked all my boxes (integrated/progressive curriculum, clinical skills lab, tracking, and cooperative academic environment) and from the interview through to the curriculum, I felt you always had the students' best interest at heart. I am so excited to begin this next stage of my life with you in Blacksburg!"

— David Birchler, Class of 2022

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