Admissions Update

The University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine finished the last of its admissions interviews on Feb. 11.

“The process went smoothly and was well received by all the candidates,” said Jonathan Orsini, director of admissions for the college. “The Admissions Committee was impressed by another strong applying class to the UFCVM and looks forward to seeing many of those candidates in class next year.”

He added that the Office for Students and Instruction would also like to thank the current freshmen and sophomore students that helped the interview process run so smoothly again this year.

“We couldn’t have done it without them,” he said.

Official acceptance letters were mailed and emailed to Class of 2016 hopefuls on Feb. 15, and all offers are valid until April 16.

The college plans to seat 112 students in the Class of 2016.


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