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From the AVMA; Research Results; Funding Announced; The Veterinary Community

Council on Education updates schools' statuses

At its most recent meeting this past fall, the AVMA Council on Education evaluated two U.S. veterinary colleges and allowed two foreign colleges to come one step closer to accreditation.

The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine was granted limited accreditation for two years. Meanwhile, Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences was granted full accreditation for seven years. The two colleges were fully accredited prior to the evaluations. Their last reviews were in 2001.

A college may be granted full accreditation for up to seven years if it is