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College of Veterinary Medicine
Tours and visits
Explore our college and learn about our programs

Visit and explore

Experience our academically rich and welcoming community. Tour the veterinary hospital, sign up for a veterinary program admissions meeting, or schedule a campus visit.

Veterinary Teaching Hospital tours

Take a tour of the WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital to get a behind-the-scenes look. Tours are led by current veterinary students.

When: Fridays from 12 – 1 p.m.

Tours are limited to six people. Each participant must register independently. Group hospital tours are not available due to limited staffing.  

Tour guidelines and restrictions

  • Participants must be 12 years of age
  • Please wear close-toed shoes
  • Please follow the direction of the tour guide to ensure everyone’s safety
  • No photos or videos are allowed of animal patients
  • It is recommended that immune compromised persons wear a facemask, which can be provided upon request

Can’t make it to campus? Take a virtual hospital tour

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Interesting in applying to our DVM program?

Sign up for an admission meeting prior to the hospital tour.

Do you belong to a pre-veterinary club?

Contact our DVM admissions team for a campus visit.


Future undergraduate students

For undergraduates considering majors in biochemistry, genetics and cell biology, microbiology, and neuroscience, find out about WSU on-campus and virtual tours, presentations, and events.


Want to see more of the college?  


Get your WSU College of Veterinary Medicine gear!

SAVMA store

 

Sweatshirts, scrubs, tees, hats, water bottles, license plate frames, and more at the Student American Veterinary Medical Association (SAVMA) Bookstore.*

Also see our Pumpkin the Cow Collection.*

*Not a WSU store or affiliated store

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Tours & Visits

Pullman is located in the Palouse region of the Inland Northwest, homelands of the Nimíipuu (Nez Perce) Tribe and Palus people. The Palouse has one of the most beautiful and unique landscapes in the world. Rolling hills and wide-open skies give the region its distinctive appeal.

Residents enjoy outdoor activities and the benefits of small town living with the cultural richness of bigger city life.