We are continuing to teach courses through virtual classrooms and have experienced few interruptions.
Students are returning in small groups to take some classes and practice their essential skills (following safety guidelines).
In July, we plan to run a CDC-compliant schedule in which many students will spend at least half of their days on campus!
We all hope to resume on-site classes as soon as possible.
Note that administrative offices are still operating—often virtually—to serve current, past, and future students.
Take care and stay safe!
At Vet Tech Institute, training veterinary technicians is all we do. Our time and resources are dedicated to preparing you for a rewarding career helping and loving animals.
Vet Techs play a pivotal role on the animal health care team, and we make sure our students are ready to handle the job. By the end of our 18-month program, you will be capable of tending to animals of all shapes and sizes in all kinds of ways. You may draw blood, run lab tests, take x-rays, perform dental cleanings, administer medications, assist in surgery, and educate families. The ways you can help are hard to count!
Find out how you can graduate from an AVMA-accredited veterinary technology program in 18 months!
Schedule a tour to explore VTI’s on site kennel, clinical labs and surgical suites.