Interview March 22nd! Flying down with my parents (have yet to make arrangements-of course we have to do this all ourselves unlike most grad schools). I have no idea what the campus is like, but i'm pumped to have an interview!
Congrats on the interview!!! I'm applying there this year (the fall). Let us know about the campus, and if you don't mind what was your GPA and GRE scores? I'm having a hard time finding averages for the school.
I am declining the interview because I can't find a plane ticket by next week (b/c they are $1000) and I live in arkansas, 11 hours away. I really wanted to visit the school, but just got the letter yesterday and interviews are next week, so i can't coordinate it!
yeah, i have acceptances to two other schools, one of them is a contract position, or i would definitly find a way to get there. please let me know how you like the school and how it goes. i know two vets that have graduated from there and they are soooooo awesome!
I was at the university during the first weekend of February and I loved it! Everyone was really nice and I got an unofficial tour from one of the university's pathologist. They have an anatomy and histology lab, as the majority of the universities do, and a small lab for reviewing histology, anatomy, and surgery slides and videos.
I am interested in Equine Science Veterinary Medicine, so I went out to the horse barn to scope out their horses. They were simply gorgeous and there were a lot of students out there working with them who said that they loved the school because they were getting so much hands-on experience as well as a great education.
I am still waiting to hear back from them, though. So wish me lots of luck! and good luck to those applying for next year!