Veterinary Technology Admission Requirements
Successful completion of the following college level courses with a final grade of "C" or better or transfer equivalent: Biology-I Science (BIO-111), Chemistry-(CHM-101), Algebraic Concepts-(MTH-100), English Composition (ENG-101), with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.60.

 

After completion of the above college level prerequisites, applicants will submit the online application to the college with the Veterinary Technology program selected. The application and transcripts must be submitted to the Office of Records and Registration between September 1 and March 1 to be considered for fall acceptance

 

The following will then occur:

1. Review of applications by the Veterinary Technology Selection Committee.2. Candidates will receive written notification of the selection committee decision.

3. Competitive candidates will meet with the program director or designee to review the program policies and procedures

4. If selected, candidates must obtain a tetanus and pre-exposure vaccine prior to July 1

5. Proof of health insurance is required for the duration of the program.

 

If the candidate is not accepted, but wishes to be considered for the following year, he/she must reapply through the college website.

One class will be accepted per year. The program begins in the fall semester. All prerequisite courses and all documentation, including evaluation of all high school and/or college transcripts must be completed prior to the deadline.

 

Admission to the program is on a competitive basis and the completion of prerequisites and core curricular courses does not guarantee admission to the program. Since there are more applicants than there are positions, admission points will be assigned according to the applicants documented record. Criteria for selection based on past performance, including high school Biology and Chemistry, grade point average, or SAT scores; and grades on core curriculum requirements. Heavy emphasis will be placed on math and science courses where applicable. Science courses that were completed five or more years prior to enrollment in the vet tech program will not be accepted for credit. Students previously accepted into the program and have not enrolled in vet tech (ASC) courses since August 2011, will be required to re- apply for the program through the application process. Preference will be given to students who have completed their core curriculum requirements at Camden County College.

 

Veterinary Technology courses from colleges other than CCC will not be accepted.