The American Pre-Veterinary Medical Association (APVMA) is a national organization of students. Our goal is to promote and stimulate interest in the field of veterinary medicine, provide open communication between pre-veterinary clubs and organizations nationally, provide resources to students on pursuing the field of veterinary medicine, and hold the annual national APVMA symposium.
2016-17 Membership Map Green horses are Vet Schools and blue paw prints are Member Clubs
Want to Put your school on the APVMA Map?! Make sure you submit your application for your club to become a member of the APVMA 2017-18
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To find out how these goals are met and to find additional information please take a look around our site. If you have any questions please feel free to contact any of the Executive Board members. Contact information can be found by clicking “Your Executive and Advisory Boards” tab under the Membership tab!
Registration for the 2018 APVMA National Symposium will open November 15th!
Applications for the 2017-2018 year will open up on September 1st.
APVMA Symposium 2018 will be held at Auburn University!
The 2017-2018 APVMA Executive Board was elected during North Carolina State's APVMA Symposium. Find out more about the new E-Board members in the Executive and Advisory Board tab.
The APVMA Symposium 2017 was fantastic! Thank you to North Carolina State University for hosting this year!
The APVMA is also: • Actively involved in assisting with regional activities across the nation • Interactively involved at the club, regional, and national levels • Committed to being a partner in the community and a resource in the veterinary community • A diverse organization in respect to academic endeavors and cultural/ethnic backgrounds • Committed to developing partnerships with other student and professional organizations to promote interest in and understanding of the veterinary profession • A source of guidance in the student’s ability to pursue and successfully complete the Veterinary Medical College Application process