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Continuing Education

Our Mission

The mission of the Office of Veterinary Continuing Education is to provide quality continuing education for veterinarians, veterinary technicians and various animal-producer groups in our state-of-the art facilities.

Our continuing education programs provide quality training for veterinarians, veterinary technicians, and various animal-producer groups. Annual programs include conferences in equine, food animal, companion animal, exotic game, and exotic pet medicine and surgery.

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Continuing Education Highlights!!

Getting the Inside View
Small Animal Abdominal Ultrasonography Course
On-line learning begins Thu., Nov 15; Workshop in College Station, Sat.-Sun., Dec. 8-9

The Abdominal Ultrasound Course offers several course options from which to choose. The Basic and Basic Plus Conferences begin with mandatory on-line self-study modules followed by a live video conference. Both feature workshops offering hands-on practice with imaging of live dogs. Registration closes Nov 11.

Coming in 2019

The new and the classic Small Animal Oncology – March 1-3. This year’s conference will spotlight the new cancer specialists who have joined our hospital recently and the best-known and most respected veterinary instructors in Texas. You will get to know our talented new oncologists in the classroom setting and in a special limited-enrollment lunch discussion session. Plus, you can take advantage of an exceptional learning opportunity by attending one of Dr. Claudia Barton’s signature cytology wet labs. Don’t miss this special opportunity. REGISTER NOW to get the EARLY BIRD RATE.

Food Animal Conference — Fri.–Sat., May 31–Jun. 1

Veterinary Technicians Conference — Fri.–Sun., Jun. 21–23

AAEP 360 hosted by the Texas A&M CVM — Thu.– Sat., Jul. 11–13

Feline Forum — Sun.–Mon. Sat- Sun, Jul. 28–29

Canine Conference — Fri.–Sun., Aug. 23–25

Upcoming Events

Date(s)SeminarCredit Hours
December 8-9, 2018Canine Abdominal Ultrasonography CoursesUp to 19 CE Credits
March 1-3, 2019Small Animal Oncology Conferenceup to 21 CE Credits

Area Hotels

A number of hotels are conveniently located within a few miles of the CVM, especially those on or near Raymond Stotzer Pkwy/University Drive

Hampton Inn College Station
  • Reservations 979-846-0184
  • Hampton Inn by Hilton offers the rate of $99.00/night if you let them know you are attending VetMed CE Conference
  • Pet friendly

CE Requirements

Please view Texas Administrative Code 573.64 Continuing Education for information on continuing education requirements in Texas.

Contact us for information on programs sponsored by the college.

You may refer questions on official guidelines and other approved programs to the Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners , 333 Guadalupe, Suite 2-330, Austin, TX 78701-3998; telephone 512-305-7555; FAX 512-305-7556.

Registration Information

Online registrations is available for all of our conferences. If you are unable to register online,  please give us a call or or contact us by mail or email at the address below for assistance.

Office of Veterinary Continuing Education
College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas 77843-4470
Phone (979) 845-9102
Fax (979) 862-2832

Cancellation & Refunds

If cancellation is made during the early bird registration period for the conference, a refund of 80 percent of the registration fee will be given. Cancellations after the early bird registration closes are not eligible for a refund, but in some cases part or all of the registration fee might qualify for credit towards another one of our conferences.


Most CE courses will be held at the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences. The college is located on Raymond Stotzer Parkway in College Station. Use the address 660 Raymond Stotzer Parkway on Google Maps.

If you are arriving via Highway 6, take the University Drive exit and proceed west on University Drive (which becomes Raymond Stotzer Parkway).  in about 3 miles, you will pass under an underpass. Right at the second traffic light to enter the College of Veterinary Medicine Complex.

If you are arriving via from the west on Highway 21, exit Highway 47 at the RELLIS Campus. Continue on Highway 47 until it intersects with Raymond Stotzer Parkway (Highway FM 60), and head east toward the main TAMU campus. The college is on the left at the second traffic light past the overpass approximately one mile east of Easterwood Airport. There is currently construction at the intersection of Earl Rudder Freeway/M 2818 and Highway FM 60. some of the exit ramps are closed periodically. you may not be able to enter or exit FM 2818 from FM 60.

Special Needs

If you require any assistive devices, services or accommodations to participate in this conference, please contact us at phone (979) 845-9102, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST, Monday through Friday. A lactation room is available.

Our Mission

The mission of the Office of Veterinary Continuing Education is to provide quality continuing education for veterinarians, veterinary technicians and various animal-producer groups in our state-of-the art facilities.