Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine has graduated more than 2,600 students since its founding in 1982. The University's technologically advanced campus is located in St. Kitts. Ross offers veterinary students concentrated areas of study aligned with new research initiatives designed to enhance the education experience.
Ross University joined DeVry Education Group in 2003.
The mission of Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine is to provide the best learning environment to prepare students to become members and leaders of the worldwide public and professional healthcare team, advancing human and animal health (One Health) through research and knowledge exchange.
- To provide a relevant and stimulating learning environment to equip veterinary students to become practice- and career-ready graduates
- To embrace diversity and offer students from a wide range of backgrounds the opportunity to follow their chosen career in veterinary medicine
- To serve society through strategic and impactful research into safe food production and control of emerging infectious and zoonotic diseases in developing countries and beyond
- To involve students in the work of our Research Centers, to foster a thirst for knowledge to improve the health and welfare of humans and animals through observation, investigation, and research
- To educate graduate students to become successful contributors to the knowledge economy, through advanced training in areas strategically important to global health