Open House draws huge crowds to college

Before doors even opened at 10 a.m. on April 9, lines were forming for the college’s annual Open House. This year’s event was the usual success, drawing thick crowds of people from all ages to the college and the UF Veterinary Hospitals for a full day of tours, educational displays and hands-on learning opportunities. Several buses full of groups from throughout the state came for the event, along with many attendees from the Gainesville area. Special thanks to all of the UFCVM faculty, staff and students who participated in planning and carrying out this always ambitious and exciting event! For additional photos, see the college’s Facebook album here.


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