Cougar Orientation and Leadership Experience

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Cougar Orientation Leadership Experience

Cougar Orientation Leadership Experience (COLE) is a week-long orientation which includes an off-site retreat designed to promote personal leadership and community. COLE brings students from different places and connects them to WSU, MSU, and USU, acclimates them to professional school, and sets the foundation for cooperation and teamwork over the next four years. We are proud to be able to provide this unique orientation opportunity. We would not be able to do so without the generous donations from a range of alumni, private and corporate donors; who believe in supporting our students’ development from day one.


Welcome Class of 2025!

Valuable information regarding your first week of Veterinary School - orientation week - will be posted in the drop-down menus below as it becomes available.

Schedule Overview

2020 Virtual White Coat Ceremony

 

On-Site Information

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Orientation Schedule 2021

Parking Map for Students

(Parking must be prearranged by student)

Map to White Coat Ceremony

Off-Site Information

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Reference Books
Testimonials

 

Please feel free to e-mail
Rocky Lucas with any questions.

The COLE program had a major impact in my life. When I read that we had to go "camping" for several days, I was definitely apprehensive because I didn't know anyone when I first got here. But after COLE, my group members are my closest friends in the program because we built such a tight bond together." Rian Calugcugan from Hawaii, interested in marine animal and exotic veterinary medicine.
Washington State University