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Admissions

Admissions Requirements

  • You must be a high school graduate or hold a GED.
  • Complete all the admissions documents
  • Submit all official undergraduate college transcripts

How to Apply

Students are accepted into the program year round!

Step 1: Download and follow the steps outlined in the Application Guide. Please carefully read and follow each step, it is important that all steps are followed exactly.

Step 2: Download and follow the steps in Choosing a Program of Study and Creating an eConnect Account

Step 3: The application process is a three part process that starts with applying to the college, followed by submission of the personal forms and finally submission of all official transcripts.

Application Documents for USA Students

  1. DCCCD Online College Application (US Residents Only)
  2. DEVTP Program Application
  3. Liability Waiver
  4. Health Risk Acknowledgement
  5. Meningitis DL Waiver
  6. Fax all documents to 972-698-3051 or scan and email all documents to CVCVetTech@dcccd.edu.

Application Documents for International Students

  1. DCCCD Paper College Application (International Students ONLY)
  2. DEVTP Program Application
  3. Liability Waiver
  4. Health Risk Acknowledgement
  5. Meningitis DL Waiver
  6. Fax all documents to 972-698-3051 or scan and email all documents to CVCVetTech@dcccd.edu

Step 4:Once all the admissions documents are complete students must mail all official undergraduate transcripts to:

Cedar Valley College Admissions
3030 N. Dallas Ave
Lancaster, TX 75134

Students with Prior Veterinary Technology or Animal Science Courses

Students that have taken veterinary technology/animal science courses may have courses that will transfer into the program. If you have taken veterinary technology courses or animal science courses you will need to fax an unofficial copy of their transcript with those courses to Dr. Black for unofficial evaluation so you know where to start in the program. The application process must be completed prior to the unofficial evaluation of veterinary technology course transcripts. Unofficial evaluations are not done on general education courses.

Foreign Transcript Evaluations

Students who have taken credit courses outside the USA will need to have their transcripts evaluated by a foreign credentialing agency.

The transcript evaluation then needs sent to Dr. Black at the above address.

Step 5: Apply for financial aid if applicable

Step 6: Register for classes

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