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Washington State University Reviews of Doctoral in Veterinary Science

6 Reviews

Locations:   Pullman (WA) 

Annual Tuition: $27,733

0% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
83% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Doctoral in Veterinary Science

Student Reviews - Doctoral in Veterinary Science

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Lance Parker

Reviewed: 7/18/2014

Degree: Veterinary Science

Washington State College of Veterinary Medicine has wonderful professors who are willing to help you when ever they can. If they are in their office, they usually have an open door policy and will go out of their way to help you.

stephanie washburn

Reviewed: 7/1/2014

Degree: Veterinary Science

The veterinary program is top notch, but being in the middle of wheat fields there is very little to do outside of the campus life.

Kathleen Hall

Reviewed: 9/20/2013

Degree: Veterinary Science

Veterinary school is very expensive and exhausting but that is true anywhere. Pullman is in the middle of nowhere so case load is a constant struggle. However, we have some wonderful professors that really care about teaching. I think that is the greatest strength at WSU.

Jacob Fulcher

Reviewed: 8/18/2013

Degree: Veterinary Science

It is one of the top competitive veterinary schools in the nation, and has an excellent reputation for research and clinical medicine practice. I've run into a few snags with their financial aid department, like misplacing SSNs and such, but otherwise I've had no complaints.

Christina Green

Reviewed: 6/3/2013

Degree: Veterinary Science

Veterinary Medicine is a fantastic program at WSU. The faculty and staff are very supportive of students gaining an education and preparing them for a career. The curriculum is challenging and pushes each student to be their best. The area of Pullman, Wa has a lot to offer as far as outdoor activities. There is mountain biking, hiking, and camping close by. Living is fairly expensive for the area. This is due to the lack of available housing. There needs to be more competitive housing in the area.... Read More

Matthew Engle

Reviewed: 3/11/2013

Degree: Veterinary Science

The veterinary program at WSU is amazing and supportive. The initial entry into the program begins with a 3 day trip to a nearby lake camp where the students get to interact and learn about one another in smaller group settings. These groups are retained in a specific class during the first semester, allowing students to build strong friendships before classes even start while still providing room for branching out and obtaining new friends and useful study groups. The doctors and professors are... Read More


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