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Oklahoma State University
Center for Veterinary Health Sciences

Healthy Animals - Healthy People

Accreditation and Awards

The Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences is under probationary accreditation by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Council on Education (COE). Accreditation is renewed on a yearly basis with a full evaluation every 7 years. The most recent full review was conducted in 2017 and the next full review is scheduled for 2024.


NAVLE Examination Pass Rates

 

The licensing examination for veterinarians is the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination (NAVLE). The AVMA COE requires a minimum pass rate of 80% to maintain full accreditation. Performance of OSU Center for Veterinary Health Sciences graduates is shown in the following table.

       

 

Year Students taking exam(s) Students passing exam(s) Percent passing
2003 68 68 100
2004 74 72 97
2005 70 61 87
2006 69 66 96
2007 67 63 94
2008 76 74 97
2009 77 73 95
2010 75 75 100
2011 81 79 98
2012 85 81 95
2013 92 85 92
2014 90 89 99
2015 87 85 98
2016 88 86 98
2017 74 74 100

 

     
       

Awards

CVHS Award Receipients List

Dean Clarence H. McElroy Award

Dean Harry W. Orr Memorial Award

Regents Distinguished Research Award

Regents Distinguished Teaching Award

Zoetis Research Award

Zoetis Teacher Award

Eminent Faculty and Regents Professors

Current Year Scholarship Awards