Veterinary School Acceptance
Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine begins extending offers of acceptance on March 15 with decisions to be received no later than April 15.
All components of the application are evaluated subjectively by the Selections Committee. Once the review is complete, the Committee meets to select applicants, by majority decision, to be recommended for admission. For more information, visit the Selection Procedures page on the Texas A&M Veterinary School website.
Policies Regarding Acceptance
The Professional School Committee on Admissions
Each professional school has an Admissions Committee which is responsible for the evaluation of students admitted to its program. The committee members, appointed from the faculty, review all applications. They then recommend for acceptance those applicants who best meet the established admissions criteria. All actions on admission to a professional program are the prerogative of the Admissions Committee of each professional school. Questions concerning admission decisions should be directed to Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine.
Transcripts Following Acceptance
TMDSAS maintains the records of accepted applicants. Therefore, official transcripts for course work taken subsequent to acceptance up to matriculation must be sent to TMDSAS at the end of each semester that course work is taken. Applicants who are accepted and plan to enroll in veterinary school will also be required to submit a complete set of transcripts to Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine. These transcripts must include all courses taken prior to enrollment. TMDSAS does not reproduce transcripts for the schools.