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RIVMA Veterinary Student Scholarship - Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association (RIVMA) is presenting RIVMA Veterinary Student Scholarship. The scholarship is open to veterinary students in their junior year, to be applied to their senior year.Applicants must be a graduate of a Rhode Island high school and have a grade point average of at least 2.5. Award of $1,000 will be granted.

ZOETIS/AAVMC Veterinary Student Scholarship - Zoetis and the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC) are pleased to announce the 2017 Zoetis/AAVMC Veterinary Student Scholarship Program.At application time he/she must be a 2nd- or 3rd-year veterinary student at a U.S. school of veterinary medicine.Approximately 300 student scholarships at $2,000 will be given to the winning candidate.

The American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) Scholarships - The American Veterinary Medical Foundation is pleased to announce the American Veterinary Medical Foundation awards scholarships. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd-year students attending accredited colleges of veterinary medicine in the United States are eligible to apply. A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a student at each of the AVMA accredited veterinary colleges in the United States, the Atlantic Veterinary College in Canada and St. George’s University and Ross University in the Caribbean.

Pre-Veterinary and General Animal Husbandry Education Scholarship - Golden Meadows Kennel is offering a $1,000 Annual College Scholarship!  They are dedicated to helping students interested in general animal husbandry and/or pre-veterinary studies.InEligibility, students must be currently attending any accredited college.They dedicated to helping students interested in general animal husbandry and/or pre-veterinary studies. Candidate will be awarded $1,000 Annual College Scholarship.

Animal Compassion Undergraduate Scholarship Award - Pet Insurance U is excited to announce the 2017 Animal Compassion Veterinary Scholarship Award! This scholarship program is open to veterinary undergraduate students enrolled in a degree program at an accredited institution.There will be one student scholarship award available in the amount of $500.

Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies International Scholarship - The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies is offering two scholarships for overseas students beginning their studies on the BVM&S full-time program in the 2017-2018 academic year.Each scholarship is worth £5,000 per year and is tenable for the duration of your degree program, subject to satisfactory progress.

Merck Animal Health Veterinary Student Scholarship - Merck Animal Health (known as MSD Animal Health outside the United States and Canada) and the AVMF are dedicated to preserving and improving the health and well-being of animals as well as honoring exceptional veterinary students. Eligibility must be 2nd or 3rd-year veterinary student. The Merck Animal Health provides an award of $5000 scholarships to second and third-year veterinary students.

Veterinary & Pre-Veterinary Academic Scholarship - The Dog Fence DIY Scholarship has announced pre-veterinary and veterinary students with their education. Eligibilityholds a minimum 3.5-grade point average (GPA) or equivalent. Undergraduate applicants must have completed at least the first two years of undergraduate education and be a declared biology or pre-veterinary studies.  Award of $2,000 (distributed in increments of $500 per semester).

John Pitts Aquatic Veterinary Educational Support Program - The WAVMA Board is pleased to announce John Pitts Aquatic Veterinary Educational Support Program. Veterinary students and newly graduated veterinarians participate in aquatic veterinary educational activities can easily apply. $250-$1,000 amount will be awarded.

MSU College of Veterinary Medicine Scholarships - MSU College of Veterinary Medicine is offering a wonderful scholarship termed as MSU College of Veterinary Medicine Scholarships. Students enrolling in MSU College of Veterinary Medicine are eligible to apply. Selected scholars will receive a grand amount of $750,000.

Merck Animal Health Provides Scholarships - Michigan State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine is pleased to announce Merck Animal Health Provides Scholarships. The Scholarships is open to veterinary students who are focused on food animal industry. Three $5,000 scholarships have been awarded to students who are participating in the program.

Saul T. Wilson Jr. Scholarship Program - These scholarships are for graduate students enrolled in veterinary medicine programs and for undergraduate students enrolled in biomedical sciences. Undergraduates must have completed at least two years of a four-year pre-veterinary medicine or other biomedical program, and graduate students must not have completed more than one year in a veterinary medicine program. To be eligible, you must be a U.S. citizen, and all recipients must agree to work for Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service during school breaks. Average awards are $5,000 to $10,000.

John Spurling OBE Scholarship - Celebrating the human-canine bond and funded by AKC Humane Fund, this scholarship supports future veterinary practitioners and researchers. This award is intended for students who are pursuing educational programs that include responsible pet ownership in their curriculum. To be eligible, you must be enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited U.S. veterinary medical school.

The American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) Scholarships - This scholarship is for first-, second- and third-year students enrolled in veterinary school in the U.S. If you apply, you’re also considered for the Mildred C. Sylvester Scholarship, a $1,000 award for students from New Jersey, and the Winn Feline Foundation Scholarship, a $2,500 award for a third- or fourth-year veterinary student with a keen interest in the health and welfare of cats.

Westminster Kennel Foundation Veterinary School Scholarships - The Westminster Kennel Foundation funds this scholarship for seniors in veterinary school who have an interest in small-animal medicine. The award is $15,000, and it is granted based on academic merit and financial need.

American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association Scholarships - The American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association administers two scholarships for veterinary school students: the Dr. Richard Kerns Scholarship and the Dr. Pedro Rivera Scholarship. Both are for $1,500. To be eligible, you must be enrolled in a U.S. college of veterinary medicine.

The Winner’s Circle Scholarship Program - Sponsored by the American Association of Equine Practitioners Foundation  and The Race for Education, this scholarship is meant to support veterinary students intending to enter equine veterinary medicine. The goal of the program is to award one scholarship per year to a deserving student at each of the 36 colleges of veterinary medicine in North America and the West Indies that sponsor a national chapter of the Student Chapters of the American Association of Equine Practitioners. To be eligible, you must apply during your third year for funding in the fourth year of the veterinary program. Average awards are $1,500.

Thoroughbred Scholarship - Administered by The Race for Education, this scholarship is for undergraduates who want to pursue a career in pre-veterinary medicine in equine practice, equine science, racetrack management, equine business management or pasture management and other related fields. To be eligible, you must be under 25 years old, have at least a 2.85 GPA and have an annual household income of less than $75,000 or be financially independent from your parents. Average awards are $6,000.

Dr. Joseph and Sonya Landholm Scholarship - This scholarship supports the advancement of veterinary acupuncture and provides financial assistance to students and licensed practitioners. It is for veterinary students from Nebraska or licensed Nebraska practitioners who are members of the Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association. To be eligible, you must have the inclination to train for a certification in veterinary acupuncture. Average awards are $4,500, and the NVMA also lists other scholarship opportunities on its website.

The Harold Wetterberg Foundation Veterinary Medicine Scholarship Program - This scholarship targets students who have a connection to the state of New Jersey (current or former resident; graduate of a New Jersey high school, college or university). The committee gives preference to students who have a doctor of veterinary medicine degree and are currently enrolled in a postgraduate academic program in the field of veterinary medicine, and to dual-degree students (DVM/PhD, DVM/MS, DVM/MPH). It also considers veterinary students currently enrolled in the second or third year of the DVM curriculum.

OSVS Compassionate Care Veterinary Scholarship - The OSVS scholarship, from the Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association, is awarded to someone who has shown an interest in animal rights in veterinary medicine and has worked to improve animal welfare in a clinical setting. The $2,500 award is given to a first-, second- or third-year veterinary student. Preference is given to those who graduated from a Rhode Island high school or college.

Nashville Veterinarian Scholarship - The Nashville Veterinarian Scholarship Award is given to 1 individual a year that demonstrates excellence in their pursuit of their DVM degree as well as a love for all animals. In order to be eligible for the scholarship, the student must have a 3.0 GPA or above. They may be in any year of attendance to an accredited college of veterinary medicine in the United States. Criteria for the scholarship also includes academic excellence, character, & leadership. The award for the scholarship is $1,000.

AKC/Hartz Veterinary Technician Scholarship Program - The American Kennel Club and Hartz Mountain Corporation fund this scholarship, which is designed for veterinary technicians. To be eligible, you must be a current, full-time student at an American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) accredited Veterinary Technician school and be a National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) student member or a member of a NAVTA Student Chapter. Awards range from $1,000 to $2,000.

Oxbow Animal Health’s Veterinary Technology Scholarships - Funded by Oxbow Animal Health, this scholarship targets veterinary technician students who show an interest in exotic animal health. Oxbow grants two awards of $500 each.

The American Kennel Club, which has scholarship programs rewarding both undergrads and veterinarian students for involvement in the AKC and an interest in purebred dogs.

Veterinary Student Scholarship Program, which supports future veterinary practitioners and researchers through scholarship awards. Scholarship recipients are selected based on academic achievement, activities with purebred dogs or related research, and financial need.

AKC's Junior Showmanship Scholarship. Applicants are selected based on financial need, academic achievement, and involvement in the American Kennel Club. Apply by February 15 if you're hoping for a scholarship for the 2013-2014 school year.

Winner's Circle Scholarship, which is presented by the Race for Education, the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP), and Platinum Performance. The scholarship is designed to encourage and support veterinary students who intend to enter equine veterinary medicine, as well as reward leadership and participation in the AAEP's student chapters. This scholarship is for students who are in their fourth year of veterinary school, so if you meet all the above criteria, we encourage you to apply.

Campbell Family Scholarships - Within the Banfield Charitable Trust, the Campbell Family Scholarships are offered to award up to $8,500 for full-time undergraduate students who are majoring in pre-veterinary sciences, animal sciences, veterinary technology, or any other program of study leading to a pet-related career. Eligible candidates must be enrolled in an accredited two or four-year college, have earned a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher, have U.S. citizenship, and exhibit motivation to make life better for pets and their families.

Dr. Alexander J. Kutches Sr. Memorial Scholarship - As a lasting tribute to a remarkable dairy nutritionist, the Dr. Alexander J. Kutches Sr. Memorial Scholarship was created by the California Chapter of the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists (ARPAS) to provide $2,000 to outstanding graduate students enrolled in a Ph.D. degree program related to animal sciences. Eligible candidates in California, Oregon, Arizona, and Nevada must demonstrate a genuine interest in conducting research related to dairy nutrition for a career in animal nutrition.

Louis Agassiz Fuertes Award - As the most prestigious scholarship offered by the Wilson Ornithological Society, the Louis Agassiz Fuertes Award is presented for $2,500 for up to two graduate students and young professionals who are focusing their animal sciences degree by working in any area of ornithology. Qualified applicants must be U.S. citizens, be conducting avian research anywhere in the world, be pursuing an accredited master’s or doctoral degree program, and exhibit financial need for affording supplies and/or travel expenses.

Oregon Dairy Women Scholarship - In the amount of $1,000 for two-year college students and $2,000 for four-year university students, the Oregon Dairy Women Scholarship is granted each year to those majoring in food science, animal science, veterinary medicine, nutrition, dietetics, or another discipline related to the diary industry. To qualify, students must be enrolled full-time in at least their second year, have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher, be the son or daughter of an Oregon dairy farmer, and have worked on a dairy for at least two years.

Wilbur-Ellis Company Scholarship Fund - Through the National FFA Organization, the Wilbur-Ellis Company Scholarship Fund will grant five non-renewable academic awards for $1,000 annually to full-time undergraduate students who are pursuing a four-year degree related to animal sciences at Oregon State University, California State University – Chico, Colorado State University, the University of Idaho, California State University – Fresno, or California Polytechnic University. Eligible students must have strong leadership abilities, participate regularly in community service, and live on a family farm.

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