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Pre-Veterinary School Tools

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Vet School Bound


You don’t need to do all the groundwork needed to choose a veterinary school yourself. Vet School Bound provides you with the most current information available on costs, class sizes, and prerequisites for U.S., U.K., Australian, New Zealand, Canadian, and Caribbean veterinary schools.


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Student Debt Center


With veterinarians leaving school having a debt load routinely exceeding two times their salary, and far surpassing the healthy debt-to-income ratio of most professions, this is a critical issue impacting the veterinary profession.


The VIN Foundation Student Debt Center is a mobile-friendly comprehensive resource helping veterinary students, veterinarians, and those who support them manage student debt through school and beyond.



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Mentor/Educator/Practice Tools

I Want to be a Veterinarian | VIN Foundation | pre-veterinary information | brochure

I Want to be a Veterinarian Brochure


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I Want to be a Veterinarian Presentation | Thinking of being a veterinarian | Veterinary careers | pre veterinary school presentation

I Want to be a Veterinarian Presentation


This presentation is a realistic look at what it takes to be a veterinarian. Created with high school students in mind, this is a helpful presentation to give prospective veterinarians a look into the veterinary profession.


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Helpful Tools


VIN Foundation


I Want to be a Veterinarian is a VIN Foundation resource. The VIN Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, believes a healthy animal community depends on a healthy veterinary community. Each resource helps veterinarians thrive so they can help our animals and those who care for them, and are available to all veterinarians and veterinary students at no cost.


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US Government Student Loan Information