Veterinary School Scholarships

  • The Veterinary Scholarship Trust of New England

    The Veterinary Scholarship Trust of New England is a 501 (C)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to provide financial assistance to New England residents studying veterinary medicine.

  • TLC Veterinary Scholarship Program

    The TLC/for The Love of Cats Veterinary Scholarship Program seeks outstanding students who have a history of community outreach with cats, are committed cat guardians themselves, and whose life work will be devoted to the health and understanding of geriatric felines.

  • U.S. Army Veterinary Corps Health Professions Scholarship Program

    The Army offers one of the most generous and comprehensive scholarships in the health care field. It’s called the F. Edward Hebert Armed Forces Health Professions Scholarship Program, HPSP for short. If you qualify, you could earn a full-tuition scholarship, plus a monthly allowance through the HPSP.

  • American Kennel Club Veterinary Student Scholarships

    The Veterinary Student Scholarship program of the American Kennel Club was established more than a decade ago. It has continued to grow and at the present time, $145,000 is available for scholarships each year. This is made possible through contributions of $100,000 from AKC Companion Animal Recovery (AKC-CAR) and $45,000 allocated by the AKC Board of Directors.

  • Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association Veterinary Scholarships

    The Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association (RIVMA) is proud to offer a Veterinary Scholarship for veterinary students. A $1,000 scholarship will be awarded to a veterinary student in the spring of their junior year at veterinary school. RIVMA has established this scholarship fund for veterinary medical students to assure the continuation of expert animal care and the scientific advancement of veterinary medicine.

  • Ocean State Veterinary Specialists Compassionate Care Scholarship

    The OSVS Compassionate Care Scholarship will be awarded to an individual who has demonstrated an interest in and commitment to animal welfare, animal rights or animal protection issues in veterinary medicine. Individuals who have actively worked to benefit the welfare of animals in a clinical setting are encouraged to apply. The scholarship will be awarded to a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd year veterinary student. Preference will be given to students who have graduated from Rhode Island high schools or colleges.

  • Western Veterinary Conference Scholarship Program

    Since 2002, the Western Veterinary Conference awards 32 annual scholarships of $2,500 each to a third-year veterinary student in all of the accredited US and Canadian veterinary schools. In addition, each scholarship recipient is invited to attend the annual Western Veterinary Conference each February in Las Vegas.