Frequently Asked Questions about Continuing Education

If you do not see an answer to your question in the text below please contact the Continuing Education Office for assistance.

How do I get my continuing education certificate for attending?

Continuing education certificates are e-mailed to you after you have attended a conference. The e-mail address vetceinfo [at] tufts [dot] edu should be added to your address book or safe senders list to ensure receipt. If you are having your e-mails forwarded to another address this may change the formatting. Please check the original e-mail account for the certificate or update your address with the Continuing Education Office. To print the certificate, simply print the e-mail.

How do I register for an event online?

You can register for an event online via the Continuing Education Registration page. More information about the events can be found in the Events section.

What methods of payment are accepted with online registration?

The Continuing Education Office accepts MasterCard and VISA payments online.

After completing a registration form I am sent back to the same form, was my registration sent?

No. Most likely you have JavaScript disabled in your browser, you will see a message saying Note: Please enable JavaScript in order to submit this registration form, if this is the case. Please enable JavaScript in order to submit the registration form. If you don't see this message but are still having problems registering please contact the Continuing Education Office.

Why don't I see the program I want to register for on the Registration page?

Events not listed on the Continuing Education Registration page are either full, are passed their time for registration or have not been opened for registration yet.

How do I know if an event is full?

If an event is full then it is not listed on the Continuing Education Registration page. Any events listed on this page are open for registration.

About Tufts' Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine's Professional Continuing Education

The School of Veterinary Medicine is an AVMA-approved provider of continuing medical education for veterinarians. The Office of Continuing Education offers lectures and all-day symposia for animal owners and breeders covering veterinary medical problems of companion animals, farm animals and wildlife. In addition, programs are provided for veterinarians and veterinary technicians to improve their clinical skills through "hands on" laboratories and lectures covering a wide range of topics, from current research and developments in predominately clinical topics to public health issues. Participation in these programs can provide licensure renewal and specific certification. Continuing medical education credit is accepted in all fifty of the United States, including New York.