Other Resources

The Veterinary Scholarship Trust of New England is a 501 (C)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to provide financial assistance to New England residents studying veterinary medicine.
This aid is made possible by the support of individual veterinarians, various state veterinary associations, the New England Veterinary Medical Association, canine and equine groups, memorial gifts, rabies clinics and other giving individuals.

To apply for a scholarship, donate to VSTONE, or obtain more information, click here.

American Veterinary Medical Foundation
Click here for information on scholarship opportunities.

Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association
• Information on SAVMA
• Scholarship lists and information on financing your veterinary education

Veterinary Information Network
Veterinary online resource of information.  43,000 members.
Free membership to veterinary students.

• Where should I apply?
• How much does it cost? (ranks all USA veterinary schools, in-state and out of state tuition rates, estimated living expenses)
• Student loan repayment simulator

Army Medicine
Contact:  Sgt. 1st Class Lyndie Corder #303-873-0491
Pays 100% of tuition, plus required books, equipment and most academic fees. As you attend school, you'll receive a monthly stipend of more than $2,000. Obligation:  Your active duty service obligation to the U.S. Army is one year of service for every year you receive the scholarship.  Veterinarians are a minimum of three years. Competitive:  Last year 200 people applied for 38 veterinary positions.