Unique approach to teaching veterinary students the ropes of running a business

Two Ohio State veterinary students examining a small dog in a vet's office.

Ohio State students in the College of Veterinary Medicine are getting hands-on lessons in the transition from student education to running a veterinary practice at the new Frank Stanton Veterinary Spectrum of Care Clinic.


Ohio State veterinary students working in a vet clinic.


Here, students, with the support of faculty, manage the real-world scenarios they’ll experience in their practices, building their confidence and competence in the clinical and business skills needed to successfully serve both the animals they treat and the human owners who love them.

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