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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.
Veterinary education is going to cost me what? Any veterinarian can tell you the initial numbers might be a bit shocking. The Cost of Education interactive map provides current data on attendance costs for tuition (in-state and out-of-state) and living expenses for each of the US and Caribbean veterinary schools, allowing you to weigh your options and make an informed financial decision.
- This initiative is helpful if you are: Thinking about being a veterinarian, a veterinary student, a new veterinary graduate, a veterinarian. - You can support this initiative by selecting Help for Veterinary Students on the VIN Foundation Give page.
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.
The VIN Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, was created by members of the Veterinary Information Network (VIN) in 2005. VIN is an online community of veterinarians and veterinary students with over 50,000 members worldwide. All gifts made to the VIN Foundation are tax deductible.