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Veterinary Technology Club

Kari Bolgrean, 107 Robinson Hall

Meeting dates are posted in Robinson Hall one week in advance and students are notified via email.

Promote the educational advancement of veterinary technicians; enhance knowledge and skills through continuing education programs; promote and maintain a good professional image and high ethical standards while working closely with community members and local animal rescue organizations; promote progressive and humane medical care for all creatures; and promote and maintain a cooperative professional relationship with the veterinary medical profession; and fundraising

Major Activities
NDSU Veterinary Technology Club strives to provide educational and informative guest speakers, continuing education experiences, hands-on animal experience, local and national field trips and fundraising events. Activities include annual dog show, annual homecoming parade participant, annual large animal youth educational event, National Vet Tech Week community education; Moos Ewes and More; and National Veterinary Technician Conference         

Membership Requirements
Any students interested in animals and animal health

How to Join
Attend any meeting or contact an adviser; pay $10 dues


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