Committee on Admissions
All applicants for each entering class are reviewed by the Committee on Admissions, a standing committee of the faculty. Applicants are selected on a comparative basis. Having all the requirements for admission does not ensure acceptance, since there are many more applicants than places. In making selections, the Committee on Admissions considers all factors presented in the applicant's file, but the following are most important: academic ability; apparent familiarity with the profession and resultant sincerity of interest; recommendations of academic counselors, science faculty and veterinarians; GRE scores; character; personality, and general fitness and adaptability for a career in veterinary medicine.