Student Chapter of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (SCAAEP)
Welcome to the
official website for the Texas A&M Student Chapter of the
American Association of Equine Practitioners!
Our biggest event of the year, the Texas A&M SCAAEP 2016 Wet
Lab is approaching soon! This year, our lab will be held on
January 16th, 2016! Approximately 250 vet students from 20
different vet schools around the country are expected to
participate. Equine and mixed-animal clinics from all over
the country are represented at our Job Fair, so make sure you visit after
your labs! Wet lab is free to all dues paying TAMU SCAAEP members,
$30 for non-dues paying TAMU students, and $100 dollars for
all out of state students.
Registration is open!
Your local SCAAEP Chapter President will need to send one check
for all attendees from their school. Please click on to the
event calendar for more important
We would like to thank some of our previous and continuing
sponsors of the SCAAEP Wet Lab for the generous contributions in no
particular order. Without all their help this event would not be
Zoetis, Bayer, TVMA, Boehringer Ingelheim, Cargill/Nutrena,
Hagyard Medical Institute, 3M, ESMS, MILA, Midwest Veterinary
Supply, Western Shelters, Merial, Merck, Vettec, TEVA, Arthrex,
Adequan, Covidien, Rood and Riddle, Sound Elkin, 6666 Ranch,
Platinum, Universal Imaging, Tallgrass Animal Acupressure
Institute, UMS Solutions, Luitpold Pharmaceuticals, and Akorn
If you would like to become a sponsor for the SCAAEP Wet Lab
2016 please contact Bryan
Cancellation policy: Because of the nature of this event and in
effort to make registration as fair as possible to all, we enforce
a strict cancellation policy. No refunds will be issued for any
reason. Should you be unable to attend, please find a replacement
for yourself and contact Laura at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is a $75 fee for all TAMU students that are signed
up and do not come, attend ALL 4 of their assigned labs, or
find a replacement (who is an SCAAEP dues-paying member
or willing to pay the $30 non-member registration fee,
regardless of the original registrant's membership status) by
January 5, 2016.