NC State College of Veterinary Medicine

NCSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine maintains a very detailed DVM admissions website containing updated DVM admissions requirement information. Requirements can be found at the following link.

The AAVMC provides yearly data on each CVM graduating class per state. This tool, as a guideline, provides data from the veterinary schools on individual applicant pool size, GPA averages, GRE scores, and more. You can access this list by clicking on the Admitted Student Statistics webpage. For a complete listing of the 2020-2021 cycle please visit this link.

In 2021, there were 1,661 applicants to NCSU CVM. Of those, 100 students were admitted with 80 of the students being NC residents, and 20 as non-residents. Check out the NCSU CVM Class of 2025 admission statistics here.

NCSU CVM evaluates the same applicant criteria no matter what college the applicant attended for his or her undergraduate education. While about 40% of each incoming NCSU CVM cohort are graduates of NCSU, there is no special consideration given to NCSU undergraduates.

NC State University does not offer a VetTech program.  However, there are six Colleges in North Carolina that offer an AVMA-approved Veterinary Technician program (Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College, Cape Fear Community College, Central Carolina Community College, Gaston College, Miller-Motte College (which has initial AVMA accreditation) and Nash Community College).  To explore further details about these programs, please visit this link.  To review Veterinary Technology programs across the US that are accredited by the AVMA, please review this link.

To establish residency in North Carolina, you must reside in North Carolina for 12 months, be financially independent (you cannot be a dependent of non-North Carolinian residents), and demonstrate the intent to make North Carolina your permanent residence aside from school. For more details, please utilize this link.