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Veterinary Technology Programs

Questions? Email cvcvettech@dcccd.edu
On Campus Application deadline: June 1st


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On-Campus Program:

If you are the type of student who needs to have an instructor right in front of you to help guide you along the educational pathway; then our On-Campus Program is just for you! The Veterinary Technology Program has been accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association since 1978. Program graduates are eligible to take the State of Texas Boards and National Board examinations to become Licensed Veterinary Technicians (LVT) in the state of Texas.
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Contact Information: On Campus Program

General Information:
972-860-8253
email: cvcvettech@dcccd.edu

Admissions/Registration Questions:
cvcvettech@dcccd.edu

*Send all official transcripts to Admissions; questions/concerns contact 972-860-8201


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Distance Learning Program (DEVTP):

Distance learning is today's solution to the conflicting needs of balancing personal goals while improving professional standing. Our Distance Learning Program still provides exceptional interaction between you, the student, and your instructors. If you worried about improving your career and still having a schedule flexible enough to continue working, this is the program for you! DEVTP became accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association in 2001.
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Contact Information: Distance Learning (DEVTP)

General Information:
972-860-8267 or 972-860-8164
email: cvcvettech@dcccd.edu

Admissions/Registration Questions: cvcvettech@dcccd.edu

*Send all official transcripts to Admissions; questions/concerns contact 972-860-8201