The mission of the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine
& Biomedical Sciences (CVM) Office of Continuing Education is
to provide quality continuing education for veterinarians,
veterinary technicians, and various animal-producer groups. Annual
programs include conferences in equine, food animal, companion
animal, exotic game, and exotic pet medicine and surgery.
Map (Bldg. 1812)
Profit from discussions on lameness, pain management and
anesthesia, responsible use of antibiotics, nontraditional species,
and veterinary education. Meet new TAMU food animal faculty
members. Attend the Lameness wetlab. Up to 16hr of CE credit.
Friday Dinner included! Saturday Lunch and Learn sponsored by
Boehringer Ingelheim! Early Bird Registration ends May 12,
Our biggest conference of the year with large animal, small
animal, professional development and wet lab tracks. Get in on the
fun, networking, and learning, and earn up to 14 hours of CE
credit. Early Bird Registration ends June 6, 2019.
• AAEP 360 hosted by the Texas A&M
CVM — Jul. 11–13 Go
• Canine Conference: Fri.–Sun., Aug. 23–25
• Emergency Critical Care Sat -Sun, Oct
Rooms at Hyatt Place and Hawthorn Hotel Suites are available on
a first come, first served basis for our guests at a negotiated,
discounted rate. A complimentary full, hot breakfast, WiFi, and
parking is included in all rates listed below. Ideally situated one
mile from the beautiful campus of Texas A&M University and near
Easterwood Airport. These College Station hotels are central to a
variety of local sport arenas, including the Reed Arena, Kyle
Field, and Veterans Park. Shuttles to and from our
facilities at the beginning and end of our day will be made
available to guests staying at these hotels.
To reserve a room for the Food Animal
Reservations must be made by Friday, May 17, 2019 in order to
receive the discounted group rate.
$95/night + tax To book by phone, please call
(979) 846-9800 and use the group code G-FANC or mention the group
name Food Animal Conference.
To book online, use the following online booking link:
$85/night + tax To book, please call (979)
695-9500 and use the group code CGFANC or mention the group name
Food Animal Conference.
To reserve a room for the Veterinary
Reservations must be made by Friday, June 7, 2019 in order to
receive the discounted group rate.
$95/night + tax: By phone, please call (979)
846-9800 and use the group code G-VETC or mention the group
name Veterinary Technicians Conference
For online registration, go to:
$85/night + tax: Available by phone only,
please call (979) 695-9500 and use the group code CGVETC
or mention the Veterinary Technicians Conference.
Information on CE Requirements
Please view the Texas Administrative Code 573.64 Continuing
Education for information
on continuing education requirements in Texas.
Contact us for information on programs
sponsored by the college.
You may refer questions on official guidelines and other
approved programs to the Texas Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners , 333 Guadalupe, Suite 2-330, Austin,
TX 78701-3998; Tel: 512.305.7555; Fax: 512.305.7556.
Online registration is available for all of our
If you're unable to register online, please give us a call, or
contact us by mail, or email, at the addresses below, for
CVM Office of Continuing
Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical
4470 TAMU | College Station, Texas 77843-4470
Tel: 979.845.9102 | Fax:
979.862.2832 | Email: email@example.com
Cancellation & Refunds
If cancellation is made during the early bird registration
period for the conference, a refund of 80 percent of the
registration fee will be given.
Cancellations after the early bird registration closes are not
eligible for a refund. However, in some cases, part or all of the
registration fee may qualify for credit towards another one of our
Most conferences will be held at the CVM. The CVM is located on
Raymond Stotzer Parkway (FM 60) in College Station.
Use the address 660 Raymond Stotzer Parkway for Google
If you're arriving via Highway 6, take the University Drive exit
and proceed west on University Drive (which becomes Raymond Stotzer
Parkway). In about three miles, you'll drive under an overpass.
Make a right at the second traffic light to enter the Veterinary
& Biomedical Education Complex (VBEC).
If you're arriving via from the west on Highway 21, exit Highway
47 at the Texas A&M RELLIS campus. Continue on Highway 47 until
it intersects with Raymond Stotzer Parkway (FM 60), and head east
toward the main Texas A&M campus. The CVM is on the left at the
second traffic light past the overpass, approximately one mile east
of Easterwood Airport.
Note: There is currently construction at
the intersection of FM 60 and FM 2818. Some of the exit ramps are
closed periodically, so, you may not be able to enter or exit FM
2818 or FM 60 at this intersection.
If you require any assistive devices, services, or
accommodations to participate in one of our conferences, please
call us Monday through Friday between 8 am and 5 pm CST at
979.845.9102. A lactation room is available on site.