KSU College of Veterinary Medicine Resources
First year mail boxes are located on the third floor of Trotter Hall.
Second year mail boxes are located on the second floor of Trotter Hall.
Third year mail boxes are located on the first floor of Trotter Hall.
Fourth year mail boxes are located on the first floor of Mosier Hall.
(Student mail should be sent care of: Dean’s Office, 101 Trotter Hall.)
Monday-Wednesday 7:45am-10:00pm; Thursday 7:45am-11:00pm; Friday 7:45am-6:00pm;
Saturday 11:00am-3:00pm; Sunday 1:00pm-10:00pm; Hours vary on Game Days and Holidays
This is a popular place for Vet Students to study individually or in group study rooms. The library also has cozy recliner chairs and timers for the times you need a nap. Many resources are available for students to check out, such as a digital camera, laptop, projector, binoculars, GPS unit, videos, etc. (There is a Late fee.) The library has a computer resource room and also houses the ID card center.
Mac Hafen, LCMFT, Ph.D.; Therapist/Instructor
213 Trotter Hall; 785-532-4448 (Office number); 785-5324850 (Fax); email@example.com
Counseling is available to vet students to help with the everyday stresses of school, relationships, family, etc. This service is complimentary and confidential. Spouses/Significant Others can also make use of in this service.
KSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine will close for inclement weather at the direction of the University President. For weather closings check out our TV & Radio listings, when K-State closes they will post it on their website http://www.k-state.edu . The campus rarely closes due to weather so don’t get your hopes up every time it snows.
Cat Town U.S.A. provides a special opportunity for the K-State College of Veterinary Medicine family to come together prior to most home football games. We hope you will join us for food and drink provided by our sponsors. Friendship and good times will prevail at our tailgate parties as we prepare to help cheer on our Wildcats to another winning season!
Please join us two hours
prior to each of the designated home football games. The College
of Veterinary Medicine tent will be located in Cat Town between
Frank Myers Field (baseball diamonds) and Bramlage
Coliseum. Look for the giant, inflatable football helmet!
For designated Cat Town Games check: http://www.vet.ksu.edu/depts/alumni/cattown.htm
2615-B Anderson Avenue; 785-537-9295; firstname.lastname@example.org
Located behind and underneath Papa John’s Pizza
Tuesday and Wednesday 5:30pm-7:30pm; Saturday 12:00pm-2:00pm
Kansas Veterinary Educational Supply Service, or KVESS, is a student-owned and operated bookstore. KVESS is run by several students from each class at the veterinary school. It was created in the 1970’s by students who were sick of paying too much for their books. KVESS is a non-profit organization and all proceeds made from the sale of textbooks and all other items go directly back to the students every semester. KVESS has decreased the mark-up on textbooks significantly compared to that of the other bookstores in town.
www.k-state.edu/parking or 785-532-7275; M-F 7:30am-5:00pm
Visitor permits are $4 a day and are valid for a single visit. Freshmem will need a parking pass starting the week fo orientation. Permits may be obtained from the Information Booth (M-F 7:30am - 4:30pm) loacted south of the Union or from Parking Services, 108 Edwards Hall, located across from the Vet Medicine Facilities and are available 24/7 at the KSU Police Disptach Office, also in Edwards Hall. The Parking lot behind the Vet School requires an O permit.