Pre-Veterinary Medicine Club

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About the Organization 
The purpose of the Drury Pre-Veterinary Medicine Club is to bring together students who have a common interest in pursuing a career as a veterinarian. The activities will help the students in the following ways:

  • Scholastically: To help students meet the educational requirements for entry to a veterinary college
  • Extracurricular: To help students meet the extracurricular demands required for acceptance into a veterinary school
  • Career: To help students understand the range of careers available to veterinarians, including the realities of a veterinary practice and other career paths
  • Community: To explore ways that pre-vet students can give back to the community through animal care and related activities
  • Social: To help students network and share their ideas with other students with a similar career goal + develop ideas for team building skills and social interaction

Pre-Veterinary Medicine Club meets bimonthly, on Thursdays at 3:30 p.m. in the Trustee Science Center 115.

How to Join 
To join, show up to meetings or email the president, Janet Clare Turley

Campus Advisor
Wesley Rowley
Associate Professor of Biology
Trustee Science Center, 101

At a Glance

  • Departmental Organization
  • Open Membership
  • First year students welcomed 
  • Bimonthly meetings 
  • No involvement fees 
  • To join, simply attend meetings