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 to a life of service. A top national choice, our DVM Program has attracted the second largest applicant pool in North America for four years in a row, according to figures from the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges.

Learn about Essential Abilities and Characteristics Required for Completion of the DVM Degree

Application Dates

VMCAS Application

VA-MD Vet Med Supplemental Application

Incoming Class of 2023

"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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