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About The College

is occurring in our class size and in our facilities.
Beginning with the class of 2015, class enrollment increases from 95 students to 120.  Additional students 
will be nonresident / non-contract from states other than Alabama, Kentucky, and West Virginia. Admitting 
more students with different backgrounds adds to the experience of the entire student body.  
In addition to the growth in class size, construction is beginning on the new Small Animal Teaching Hospital 
and Educational Wing. Phase one of the project will include three auditorium-style lecture rooms and 15 
seminar/conference rooms.
The new small animal teaching hospital – to be built following completion of the educational wing – will 
offer the latest in veterinary technology and health care delivery. The state-of-the-art facility, expected to 
open in 2014, will enhance the educational experience of veterinary students and those receiving postgraduate specialty training while offering the most advanced veterinary care available to our clients.  
The college built the current small animal teaching hospital in 1970 and expanded the structure in 1989. 
Thousands of animal lives have been saved in this facility and who can gauge its impact on the 3500 
veterinary students who trained here prior to graduation? 
Growth - frustration, satisfaction, exhilaration - we anticipate experiencing all of these within the next few 
years.  At Auburn, change is exciting – we almost can’t wait.  Join us, as we prepare for the future.

Growth - a word that describes life at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine.  Exciting growth is occurring in our class size and in our facilities.

Beginning with the class of 2015, class enrollment increases from 95 students to 120.  Additional students will be nonresident / non-contract from states other than Alabama, Kentucky, and West Virginia. Admitting more students with different backgrounds adds to the experience of the entire student body.  

In addition to the growth in class size, construction is beginning on the new Small Animal Teaching Hospital and Educational Wing. Phase one of the project will include three auditorium-style lecture rooms and 15 seminar/conference rooms.The new small animal teaching hospital – to be built following completion of the educational wing – will offer the latest in veterinary technology and health care delivery. The state-of-the-art facility, expected to open in 2014, will enhance the educational experience of veterinary students and those receiving postgraduate specialty training while offering the most advanced veterinary care available to our clients.  

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