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If you have a desire to care for and treat animals, the Veterinary Technology program at Cedar Valley College offers courses both on site and via distance education so you can study in the way that’s most convenient for you.
Are you interested in a career in veterinary technology?
The Vet Tech program at Cedar Valley College operates a 32,000-square-foot teaching facility on the college campus that features a 170-acre stock farm with breeding herds for horses, cattle and goats.
“My DCCCD experience prepared me to both pass my boards and also feel prepared for a real-life career. I gained knowledge and confidence during the program and felt supported and helped along the way by my instructors.”
Read Ksenia's story.
Accredited by the
American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) since 1978, our program has also partnered with the
American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) since 1998 to offer the
distance-education component of our Vet Tech program.
This program may lead to an occupational license for which a prior criminal history may make a student ineligible.
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Are you interested in veterinary technology?