Six Locations to Best Serve Our Students & The Region
The MSU College of Veterinary Medicine has a total of six locations and serves all 82 counties in Mississippi as well as the entire Southeastern United States.
The College’s main campus is in Starkville and includes the Wise Center, which houses our main teaching hospital, the Animal Health Center. Other MSU CVM locations include the Veterinary Specialty Center in west Starkville, the Animal Emergency & Referral Center in Flowood, and the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies in Gulfport. Also a part of the College are the Mississippi Veterinary Research & Diagnostic Laboratory and Poultry Research & Diagnostic Laboratory, both of which are located in Pearl.
Our commitment to
Diversity at MSU CVM
The Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine is dedicated to creating an inclusive teaching, learning and working environment. We are a diverse College of Veterinary Medicine where people's ideas, culture, ethnicity, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic, geographic, and educational background, and beliefs are accepted, appreciated, and respected. We reject all forms of prejudice and discrimination. We strongly believe that interacting with diverse peers within the College helps improve critical thinking, intellectual engagement and academic skills, and affirm the dignity and equity of our students and members of the CVM community.
Featured & Recent News
College Renovation and Construction Projects Completed for Continued Growth
If renovation and construction are signs of progress, then the Wise Center for Veterinary Medicine is making great strides! Several major renovatio
Mar 31, 2021
IMMS Earns Impressive Distinction
Long Live the Turtles
Support Companion Animals
MSU CVM recently launched an online store, The VetMed Shop, which sells adult and children’s sized clothing and specialty items branded with the College logo.
All proceeds from sales go to the MSU CVM CARE (Companion Animals Require Excellence) Fund, created in 1989 to address the need for constant improvements in veterinary medical teaching, research, and service. The Fund provides resources for the CVM hospitals to offer advanced veterinary services along with teaching and learning experiences for veterinary students, technology students, clinicians, and referring veterinarians.