Open House features three separate Small Animal Hospital Tours with pre-registration to decrease your wait time! The tours are open 9am-3:30pm, with the last scheduled tour leaving at 3:30pm and the walk-up line closing at 3pm.
Come tour the small animal hospital and see what makes our school so amazing! We have implemented a pre-registration system to help reduce wait times, so that you can fully enjoy your time at Open House. In order to accommodate as many visitors as possible and because of the way the flow of the lines work, we are only able to pre-register you for one tour. If you would like to participate in the other tours, you are welcomed to join the walk-up line which moves on a first-come, first-serve basis. To pre-register for a SAH tour, email OHSAHCoordinators@cvm.tamu.edu with your name, the number of adults/children in their group, and what time you’d like to tour the small animal hospital during the day at Open House. Please allow time to check-in 30 minutes before your tour time. When you register for a tour time, your are not locked into specific tour; you can select which one you’d like to see when you arrive at Open House. Please see below for details about the different tours.
Pre-registration is not required. If you don’t pre-register:
There will be 3 booths available on the day of Open House where you can register, if you didn’t email ahead of time. You will be asked to arrive at the tour meeting point (shown on the brochure map) 30 minutes before your scheduled tour; if you do not arrive on time we will not be able to guarantee you a spot on your scheduled tour. In that case, you can either join the walk-up line or simply sign up for a later tour. We will have concession sales and Q&A with a vet student to keep you busy while you’re waiting for your tour to start, so give yourself plenty of time to enjoy it all!
Lastly, if you have any questions, please feel free to email us at OHSAHCoordinators@cvm.tamu.edu.
Maroon & White Tour
Emergency and Critical Care
12th Man Tour
Tour stops are subject to change to accommodate hospital operations and emergencies.