Source: Paulick Report

The Murray State University Board of Regents has taken steps to address the statewide shortage of veterinarians in Kentucky by initiating a feasibility study for the development of a School of Veterinary Medicine at the university. Currently, Kentucky lacks a School of Veterinary Medicine, and many students from the state must attend out-of-state Veterinary schools.

The university’s Hutson School of Agriculture, which hosts a pre-Veterinary medicine/Veterinary technology program, has a strong enrollment and is fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA). The proposed School of Veterinary Medicine aims to address the shortage of veterinarians and provide valuable education and training opportunities for students interested in the field.

Read the full story HERE: