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Opportunities to recruit TAMU Veterinary Professionals

Thank you for your interest in recruiting our Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) Professionals for your business or practice. The professional veterinary program at Texas A&M University is one of the oldest and most prestigious program of its kind in the world. For nearly 100 years, we have made the world a better place by teaching future veterinarians and scientists. We are the only veterinary program in the state of Texas and among only 30 colleges in the nation.

The College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences at Texas A&M University is home to more than 550 intelligent, dedicated and passionate professional students who will become the future of veterinary medicine.

  • Ranked 3rd in USA and 6th in the World for Veterinary Science, QS World University Rankings (2015)
  • Top 10 nationally ranked DVM programs, U.S. News & World Report (2015)
  • TAMU- ranked 5th BEST VALUE public university (31st overall), U.S. News & World Report (2015)

Graduate Salary Information

Every year as graduation approaches, area veterinary employers begin to think about recruiting the brightest students available. Employers have many questions regarding benefits, salary ranges, and tips on how to recruit the perfect new employee.

The starting salaries of graduating veterinarians, and veterinary medical salaries in general, have recovered from the recent US economic downturn. Salaries have been increasing at a rate greater than inflation. There are several pay scale information sites to help guide veterinary employers in deciding what scale they should offer a new graduating veterinarian from Texas A&M.

The College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences graduates are extremely competitive in the market. Recent DVM new graduate salaries have approached $70,000 (2014-2015).

Employers will want to consider other variables when deciding pay scales for TAMU graduates:

  • Business Plan for your company or practice
  • Cost of Living scale (city versus rural)
  • Competitiveness of your market
  • Independent barriers for your market
  • Level of experience or specialization needed in applicant