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Traditional Residency Training Program

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Traditional Residency Training Program

To apply, Traditional Residents need to complete the online Residency Enrollment Information Form (see link below) and upload completed documents below.

  1. Traditional Residency Checklist (for reference only, do not upload)
  2. Residency Training Program Plan
  3. Resident Registration Form
  4. CV (PDF format)
  5. Copy of Veterinary Diploma (PDF or JPG format)
  6. Cover letter

Note: Please have completed documents ready to upload before beginning the online form.

 

During their residencies, Traditional Residents also may need the following additional forms:

  1. Change of Resident Program Director Form
  2. Resident Biannual Progress Report (due date of February 1st)
  3. Resident Annual Progress Report and Certification Statement (due date of August 1st)
  4. Canine Resident MasterLog (to be uploaded annually with Resident Annual Progress Report)
  5. Equine Resident MasterLog (to be uploaded annually with Resident Annual Progress Report)
  6. Signature pages for MasterLog and reports (can be uploaded separately if needed)
  7. Cover letter

Note: Please have completed documents ready to upload before beginning the online form.

 

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Residency Training Program Guidelines (PDF)
(Updated June 2018)

 

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