Midwestern University CVM considers for admission students who possess the academic, professional, and personal qualities necessary for becoming exemplary veterinary professionals.
Within its competitive admissions framework, the College uses multiple criteria to select the most qualified candidates from an applicant pool. Applicants are evaluated and selected based on their academic coursework, performance on the GRE, letters of recommendation, experience in veterinary-related activities, and interviews. It is highly advisable that applicants have significant animal, veterinary, or biomedical experience to strengthen their applications.
The CVM uses a rolling admissions process in which applications are reviewed, and interviews are conducted at regular intervals during the admissions cycle. Selection decisions for the College are made throughout the admissions cycle until the class is filled.
The CVM utilizes the Veterinary Medical College Application Service (VMCAS). The VMCAS application is available online at www.aavmc.org. The VMCAS application cycle opens in June of each year. The official VMCAS application deadline is generally in the first week of October. The Midwestern University Office of Admissions may require a supplemental application form to be completed. Students who do not apply through VMCAS, or who have not met the VMCAS deadlines, must apply directly to the Midwestern University Office of Admissions. The direct application cycle will begin the first week of October, and the application will be available online at www.midwestern.edu. Requests for withdrawing an application must be submitted in writing.