College of Veterinary Medicine

Development & External Relations 

The Heritage Scholarship Fund 
Supporting Tomorrow's Veterinarians

Since 1996, tuition for residents and non-residents has nearly tripled. Today resident DVM students are paying more than $20,000 per year and non-residents more than $50,000 per year. Most WSU veterinary student are in debt when they leave, owing an average of more than $100,000.

It's a sobering reality that veterinarians entering the profession today will have a difficult time positioning themselves to buy into an existing practice in the next 10 years — a time when retiring veterinarians will need them most.

The Heritage Scholarship Fund is a way for alumni to give back to their school, making WSU's College of Veterinary Medicine the foremost alumni - giving institution in the state's higher education system. Giving to the Heritage Scholarship Fund is also a way for friends of the college to make meaningful contributions to excellence in veterinary education.

Tuition for WSU veterinary students has nearly tripled since 1996.

To make a gift by mail:
Please make check payable to the WSU Foundation and send to:

Lynne Haley
PO Box 647010
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-7010

For questions about giving, contact:
Lynne Haley,
Director of Development,
(509) 335-5021,,
or see our Heritage Scholarship Brochure

Last Edited: Aug 13, 2014 1:05 PM   

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