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Enrollment Statistics

Fall 2009 Fall 2010
Total 132 131
Men 29 35
Women 103 36
Average Age 21 23
Oldest 31 46
Youngest 18 19
Average Overall GPA 3.65 3.62
Average GRE (verbal, quantitative & analytical) V-490, Q-654, A-4.31 V-515, Q-670, A-4.15
Texas Residents 126 123
Non-Residents 6 8

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Fall 2012 DVM Program Enrollment by Race and Sex

Female Male Total
Asian 13 13
American Indian 2 1 3
Hispanic 29 16 45
International 1 1
Multiracial 2 2
Native Hawaiian 0
African American 3 1 4
Caucasian 349 100 449
Unknown or Not Reported 7 3 10
Total 406 121 527
Fall 2012 Enrollment by Race Fall 2012 Enrollment by Sex

Average Salary vs. Average Debt*

Grad. Year Average Salary Average Debt
2004 $44,425 $54,186
2005 $54,981 $62,612
2006 $56,519 $74,791
2007 $55,884 $79,627
2008 $60,769 $78,101
2009 $55,740 $84,131
2010 $65,529 $77,484
2011 $65,871 $82,336

*Includes Internships & $0 Debt

2010 Graduates: Type of Employment /Advanced Education Accepted

Mixed Practice 13
Companion Animal
Practice
37
Equine Practice 1
Uniformed Services 4
Other Veterinary
Employment
2
Internship 23
Residency Program 1
MPH (Master of
Public Health)
1
MBA (Master of Business
Administration)
1
Unspecified 42

About Our Graduate Students

Graduate Student Diversity

About Our BIMS Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Biomedical Sciences (BIMS) Student Diversity

Cumulative GPR BIMS vs. TAMU

BIMS U1 (10A) 2.76 TAMU U1 (09C) 2.30
BIMS U2 (10A) 3.04 TAMU U2 (09C) 2.80
BIMS U3 (10A) 3.24 TAMU U3 (09C) 2.96
BIMS U4 (10A) 3.37 TAMU U4 (09C) 3.08
(10A) Average BIMS Total 3.10 (09C) Average TAMU Total 2.79

All statistics based on Spring 2010 unless where noted otherwise.

BIMS Articulation Agreements

2+2 Agreements

As students progress successfully toward the completion of the Associate degree, these agreements serve to facilitate the admission and academic transfer of students from participating community colleges throughout Texas into the BIMS program at the CVM.

  • Austin Community College
  • Blinn College
  • Cisco Junior College
  • Dallas County Community College
  • District McLennan Community College
  • Northeast Texas Community College
  • Odessa College
  • Palo Alto College
  • Paris Junior College
  • Temple College
  • Tyler Junior College
  • Weatherford College

4+1 Agreement School of Rural Public Health (SRPH) at the Texas A&M University System Health Science Center

As students progress successfully toward the completion of the Bachelor of Science degree, this agreement will ensure the seamless transition of students into the MPH program.


About Our Faculty

Faculty by Rank
Rank VIBS VTPP VTPB VLCS VSCS TOTAL
Distinguished Professor 2 1 1 0 0 4
Tenured 14 8 14 9 12 53
Tenure Track 10 8 9 8 9 44
Non Tenure / Clinical 17 6 32 28 47 130

CVM Development

  • Approx. $49 Million in Endowments
    • 146 Endowed Scholarships, totaling $13,440,338
    • 13 Endowed Chairs, totaling $12,168,207
    • 2 Endowed Professorships, totaling $1,470,518
    • Carl B. King Endowed Deanship

All statistics based on Spring 2010 unless where noted otherwise.


Vet School Open House

Open House

Open House is a wonderful opportunity for families to visit the CVM and learn more about what we do and what we have to offer. Children, teens, and adults of all ages are welcome, and this annual event is free to the public. Chat with some of veterinary medicine's top clinicians, pet live animals in the petting zoo, see exotic reptiles, or even perform your own Teddy Bear surgery! In 2010, approximately 10,000 people - a record-setting crowd -attended Open House.

Partnership for Environmental Education and Rural Health (PEER)

PEER

Through a combined effort of the CVM team, local veterinarians, and teachers, the PEER program is able to continue developing new ways to reach out to middle school students and to help the next generation of scientists discover a new found passion.