Adventures in Veterinary Medicine

Adventures in Veterinary Medicine,
North Grafton, MA.
Type Post-baccalaureate Program, Academic Enrichment, High School Students, Middle School Students, Clinical Observation


Adventures in Veterinary Medicine (AVM) is a unique career exploration program for adults, college, high school and middle school students. If you are excited by science, enjoy working with animals and would like to find out more about what it takes to be a veterinarian, then this program is right for you. At AVM you will get a clear picture of the demands of veterinary school and a knowledge of the varied career opportunities within the profession. AVM is a thorough introduction for those with an interest in pursuing a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree.

By spending time on the campus of one of the finest veterinary schools in the country students will get a realistic and comprehensive look at what attending veterinary school would be like. During the program students attend lectures by our faculty, participate in laboratories and engage in hand-on activities with animals. We offer various sessions designed to meet different educational and developmental levels. AVM will challenge and stimulate you in innovative, fun and exciting ways.


Multiple dates available, please see the website for more information. 



An online application for all high school, college and adult applicants to the AVM program is now available. After logging in, please select Adventures in Veterinary Medicine from the drop down list.Application FeeA nonrefundable application fee of $40 is required and may be paid by credit card when completing the online application.Academic TranscriptsOfficial transcripts must be sent directly from your school. We require:

  • Official transcripts from every institution you have attended
  • High school transcripts from high school students and also from students who are in their first year of college
  • Eight grade transcripts from students in the ninth grade
  • Mid-year grades from high school students when they are available in January or February
  • Fall grades from college students as soon as they are available


More Information

, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University
North Grafton, MA 01536-1895
Phone: 508 839 7962
Fax: 508 839 7952