More non-Mississippi residents are applying to state veterinary college

09/23/2010 | Clinton News (Miss.), The

The number of applicants seeking admission to Mississippi State University's College of Veterinary Medicine has more than doubled over the past few years, and the number of applicants who are not state residents also is on the rise. "Our graduates have gone to work in a lot of other states," the director of admissions said. "People are familiar with MSU and the high quality of our graduates, and data shows that our graduates are among the highest-paid new graduates."

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