I've been lucky enough to be accepted (off waitlists) at Iowa State and Kansas State. To give a bit of background, I'm out of state at both (from upstate NY), and I think cost will be approximately the same (but I don't know about my financial aid yet). I (right now) want to do equine vet med (ambulatory, I think). I'm also interested in behavior, and a bit interested in microbio/public-health/research. I've been to KSU, but not ISU (I've never even been to the state of Iowa). Anyway, I was wondering if anyone had any positives and negatives about these two schools! I'd also like to hear about caseloads by species, what the new facilites at ISU will have (especially as it relates to equine stuff), "specialties"/what the schools are "known" for, what people think about graduates, NAVLE pass rate, and anything else! Thanks in advance!