Veterinary Science Scholarships

Undergraduate and graduate school tuition for veterinary science is expensive, and each dollar of scholarship money helps. Fortunately for aspiring veterinary students in the natural sciences, there are many scholarships available. Many are species-specific, for those that focus on small animals, horses, cattle or exotic veterinary science. Other scholarships go to those who voluntarily work in animal shelters and rescues. Make a list of qualifications and experience-there’s probably a scholarship out there that are just right.

Banfield Charitable Trust

focus on pets, this 501 (c) (3) public charity grants full tuition fee undergraduate scholarships to veterinary science majors interested in working with dogs and cats. These special grants called Campbell Family scholarships, and can only be used for tuition and fees. Banfield The Pet Hospital have over 700 locations in the United States. The aim of the charity is to give back to the people, who are pursuing a career in animal work and welfare. As a non-profit organization, donations to the Scholarship Fund are tax deductible.

Banfield Charitable Trust
8000 NE Tillamook Street
PO Box 13998
Portland, OR 97213

Clemson University

South Carolina University has more scholarship to veterinary students in the natural sciences, ranging from $ 1050 to $ 100. While some are reserved for South Carolina residents, others are addicted to high quotient, academic achievement, character and leadership. Specific scholarships area available for them to concentrate on dairy, beef and poultry science and FFA (Future Farmers of America) and 4-H participants. The South Carolina Farm Bureau designates veterinary science scholarships for each county in the State. . Students must re-apply each year for renewal of previously awarded grants.

Clemson University
129 Poole Agricultural center
Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634

CAT Spay of Santa Fe

Students with a deep love and history of caring for felines are eligible for the scholarship program offered by this New Mexico spay/kastrat Foundation. A scholarship up to $ 20000 is awarded every year to a veterinary science student concentrate on the medical and behavioral issues of older cats. To be eligible a student must be a u.s. citizen, enrolled in an accredited United States veterinary medical institution. Application information includes the students ‘ background with geriatric cats and volunteering with animal shelters, along with letters of reference from a veterinarian and a cat welfare professional. Applicants must also register their current and former cats.

Cat Spay Of Santa Fe
Zimmer Foundation
P.o. Box 6815
Santa Fe, NM 87502