The Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences provides graduate professional training to interns and residents through the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Recruitment and selection for this program are through the Veterinary Intern and Resident Matching Program (VIRMP)

Residencies provide 2 - 4 years advanced clinical training with board certified faculty members, teaching experience, research opportunities, preparation for specialty board certification and offer concurrent graduate coursework for advanced degree (MS or PhD). Residency programs are listed below. To view current residency opportunities please visit or contact Pathobiological Sciences for lab animal and diagnostic pathology residencies or Veterinary Clinical Sciences for all others.