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A report on the student affairs and admissions programs of the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine.
Cornell Vet. 1978 Jan; 68 Suppl 7:212-9.CV

Abstract

The student administration and admissions functions of the College respond to numerous and diverse students needs and interests. The complexity of these programs, and the concept of this report precludes offering exacting detail or even mention of all activities encompassed under the concept of academic support services. The increased public interest in veterinary medicine has prompted significant increases in the number who apply each year. This causes particular emphasis to be given to the College Admissions program. Rapidly escalating costs of education mean increased dependency of students on our financial aid program at a time of static and potentially decreasing financial aid resources. Placement of graduates in the best possible employment opportunities has been and will continue to be vital to our overall missions. Involvement by students in activities beyond those purely curricular in nature, will always be critical to the health and growth of the College and the public it serves.

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Language

eng

PubMed ID

630897

Citation

Brown, R B.. "A Report On the Student Affairs and Admissions Programs of the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine." The Cornell Veterinarian, vol. 68 Suppl 7, 1978, pp. 212-9.
Brown RB. A report on the student affairs and admissions programs of the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Vet. 1978;68 Suppl 7:212-9.
Brown, R. B. (1978). A report on the student affairs and admissions programs of the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine. The Cornell Veterinarian, 68 Suppl 7, 212-9.
Brown RB. A Report On the Student Affairs and Admissions Programs of the New York State College of Veterinary Medicine. Cornell Vet. 1978;68 Suppl 7:212-9. PubMed PMID: 630897.
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