DVM Students in Action

The Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) offers students a strong background in the principles of veterinary medicine and exposes them to the spectrum of present and future career opportunities in the profession.

Animal Economics

With training in veterinary medicine and policy, Emerson Tuttle looks to mitigate the losses caused by foot-and-mouth disease

Anya Price, ’16: Small Animal Surgery and Lab Animal Medicine

As a veterinary student straight out of undergrad with limited clinical experience, the Selectives program gave me easy exposure to the hospital and research in a low-pressure setting.

Merial Veterinary Scholar award presented to a Cummings School student

Selected from a competitive applicant pool of students from the 28 veterinary schools around the country, Nida Intarapanich, a student from the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, has been named the 2014 Merial Veterinary Scholar.

Campus Life

Students playing volleyballWhen our students have time to take a break from their studies, they enjoy life on campus. Spread across 594-acres, there are various places to relax in nature: a working farm, soccer field, dog park, bocce ball, volleyball and basketball courts, and picnic areas.

Veterinarians are uniquely qualified to address several important current and future issues that face our nation and the world. Their expertise is the consequence of an educational background that is strongly based on the principles of comparative biology and medicine as applied to a variety of animal and human health-related problems.