Pre-Veterinary Medicine Program at UNH

Biomed Build Out

Biomed Build Out

The New Hampshire Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory soon will have a new-and-improved home on campus. Learn more...

Play with cheetahs!

Play with cheetahs!

UNH student volunteers in Africa before starting vet school



Preveterinary students with a newborn calf in their CREAM class.

Hands-on experience

Hands-on experience

Students learn to suture at a PreVet club meeting.

Dr. Sidor with students

Dr. Sidor with students

Pathologist, Dr. Inga Sidor, engaging students in the veterinary necropsy facility.

What's great about the UNH Pre-Vet Program?

  • Well-established program with ~200 pre-vet students
  • Exceptional faculty advisors that include veterinarians, three of whom are board certified
  • Rigorous academic programs that meet requirements for veterinary school admission
  • Diverse hands-on learning experiences at our dairy and equine centers and in the NH Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
  • Extensive networking with veterinary medicine practices and state and government agencies that offer outstanding internship opportunities
  • Open our Pre-Vet Handout to learn more about our program.  Read about the UNH CREAM program in a recent UNH Today article. For more information on this unique program click here.
  • Click to see the presentation given out at the Preveterinary Information Session. Part 1 and Part 2

Meet an Alum

Justin Stillwell ('11)

"I made the most of my time at UNH and it made all the difference."

Kristen Greene ('11)

"Veterinary medicine can take you anywhere in the world..."

Natalie Levesque Phauk ('11)

"At UNH, it’s a matter of finding what you’re interested in and pursuing it.”

Amanda Craig ('12)

My best advice is to seize every opportunity available to you and to make the most of your undergraduate career!

Linda (Smedile) Luther ('84)

"The academic curriculum at UNH was challenging, and she felt well prepared to succeed at veterinary school."

Nicole Young ('06)

"Enjoy your time at UNH but take as many difficult courses as you can."


Tufts Veterinary

Tufts Veterinary School invites you to their
Graduate Program Open House

CPR Prevet Club


UNH alum does CPR workshop for Pre-Vet Club

cheetah Alicia Walsh


Prevet student studies cheetahs in Namibia



lion club


From lion cubs to alligators, see how our prevet students spent their summer