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UFCVM rises to #9 among veterinary colleges

The UFCVM rises to #9 among U.S. veterinary colleges in U.S. News and World Report’s national rankings.

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Admissions and Student Services

The UF College of Veterinary Medicine offers a 4-year DVM program and a joint DVM/MPH program. Through our graduate studies office, we also offer MS and PhD degrees in Veterinary Medical Sciences.

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Veterinary Research

Researchers at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine are at the forefront of advancing animal, human and environmental health.

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The UF Large Animal Hospital

The UF Large Animal Hospital is a major animal referral center for patients from the Southeastern United States as well as from across the US and around the world.

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The UF Small Animal Hospital

The UF Small Animal Hospital offers cutting-edge medical services for dogs, cats and exotic animals.

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