Applying for Admission
Both a completed VMCAS and KSU CVM Supplemental Application are required to be considered for admission.
Important application dates:
- The 2021-2022 application cycle has closed.
- The 2022-2023 application cycle will open in January 2022.
Through the early opening of the VMCAS application, applicants will have the ability to:
- Log in, create an account and start the application.
- Complete the Personal Information, Academic History, and Supporting Information sections.
- Send official transcripts/WES evaluation. A transcript from every institution attended is required.
- Request letters of recommendation.
1. Complete VMCAS online application
Personal information: Create a profile and provide birth, contact, residency, and family information.
Academic History: Provide information on all academic institutions attended, classes taken and grades earned. Official transcripts will be sent to VMCAS.
Supporting Information: Complete employment history as well as animal, veterinary, research, and volunteer/community experiences. List all achievements, awards and honors. Complete VMCAS essays.
Program Materials: Complete custom questions from KSU CVM. Upload Personal statement and CV/Resume. Three evaluations: Must be from a veterinarian, your advisor or a professor, and a personal evaluation from someone not related to you.
VMCAS identification number will be required to complete the KSU College of Veterinary Medicine Supplemental Application.
- VMCAS Fee Waiver Program
Create Account: Create a username, password and provide email address and VMCAS ID number.
Fee: Non-refundable $50.00 USD application processing fee, payable online, is due at time of application.
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3. Complete the CASPer Situational Judgement Assessment
5. Post-Doctoral Science Admission Pathway
The purpose of this pathway to admission is to increase the diversity within the veterinary profession as well as enhance the learning environment of the traditional veterinary student. The program is intended for applicants to KSU College of Veterinary Medicine who have earned a degree in another medical profession. Candidates must have a demonstrated record of exemplary accomplishments and be identified as exceptional for the potential benefit they bring in contributing to diversity within the veterinary profession. Applicants holding a professional degree (MD, DO and others) will have the academic prerequisites waived for application with evidence of a qualifying professional degree. The initial process for application includes submitting a letter of intent documenting reasons for consideration for this pathway and a Curriculum Vitae to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants will be required to apply through the traditional pathway.