Annual Data Report2015-2016A Report of theAssociation of American Veterinary Medical Colleges1101 Vermont Avenue, NW 20005202-371-9195http://www.aavmc.orgAs of March 11, 2015
Introduction The membership of the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges is pleased topresent the AAVMC Annual Data Report 2015-2016. This report includes data concerningveterinary school faculty, students and applicants and represents the most frequentlyrequested data from the AAVMC. This report includes, but is not limited to, a collection of data compiled through an internalmembers-only survey conducted each fall. The 30 colleges and schools of veterinarymedicine in the United States, 5 Canadian colleges, and 14 international institutions weresurveyed. A final report is distributed exclusively to participating members of the AAVMC inDecember. The Annual Data Report features data on faculty, students from the 30 collegesand schools in the United States. Several data presentations include data from reportinginternational members.
NTENNWISVMRWSUWESAuburn UniversityColorado State UniversityCornell UniversityIowa State UniversityKansas State UniversityLincoln Memorial UniversityLouisiana State UniversityMichigan State UniversityMidwestern UniversityMississippi State UniversityNorth Carolina State UniversityOklahoma State UniversityOregon State UniversityPurdue UniversityTexas A&M UniversityThe Ohio State UniversityTufts UniversityTuskegee UniversityUniversity of California - DavisUniversity of FloridaUniversity of GeorgiaUniversity of Illinois - UrbanaUniversity of MinnesotaUniversity of MissouriUniversity of PennsylvaniaUniversity of TennesseeUniversity of Wisconsin - MadisonVirginia-Maryland Regional CollegeWashington State UniversityWestern University of Health SciencesAAVMC MemberInstitutional TIONUniversity of CalgaryUniversity of GuelphUniversite de Montreal - QuebecUniversity of Prince Edward IslandUniversity of SaskatchewanMassey UniversityMurdoch UniversityRoss UniversitySt. George's UniversityUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de MéxicoUniversiteit UtrechtUniversity College DublinUniversity of EdinburghUniversity of GlasgowRoyal Veterinary College, University of LondonUniversity of MelbourneUniversity of Queensland, AustraliaUniversity of SydneyVetAgro Sup
Distribution of Facultyat AAVMC Member InstitutionsAAVMC Internal Reports2015-201680.0%75.5%US FacultyPercentage of Total Faculty70.0%Canadian Faculty59.3%60.0%International % 4.0%16.1%18.9%18.7%5.9%1.5%0.0%Faculty AdministratorsTotal number of US faculty: 5,514Total number of Canadian faculty: 546Total number of International faculty: 1,475Tenure/Tenure Track FacultyNon-Tenure Faculty - ClinicalFaculty TypeNon-Tenure Faculty - Research
Growth in Faculty at US Colleges of Veterinary MedicineAAVMC Internal 50011641,0431,0003225001181390Faculty AdministratorsTenure/Tenure TrackFacultyTotal number of US faculty positions2011: 3,7382016: 5,514Non-Tenure Faculty ClinicalNon-Tenure Faculty Research
Change in the Presence of Women Facultyat the US Colleges of Veterinary Medicineby Position TypeAAVMC Internal Reports2011-201660.0%2011201650.0%Percentage of Women 1%27.2%26.2%20.0%13.3%10.0%0.0%Faculty AdministratorsTenure/Tenure Track Faculty Non-Tenure Faculty - ClinicalAcademic Position TypeTotal Women Faculty 2011: 1514Total Women Faculty 2016: 1713Non-Tenure Faculty ResearchFaculty Total
Change in the Presence of Racially and Ethnically Underrepresented Facultyat the US Colleges of Veterinary Medicineby Position TypeAAVMC Internal Reports2011-201630.0%20112016Percentage of URVM 4%12.7%11.7%10.1%9.8%5.0%5.0%0.0%Faculty AdministratorsTotal URVM Faculty 2011: 502Total URVM Faculty 2016: 646Tenure/Tenure Track FacultyNon-Tenure Faculty - ClinicalAcademic Position TypeNon-Tenure Faculty - ResearchFaculty Total
STUDENT RELATED DATA
Total DVM Student Enrollment at US Colleges of Veterinary MedicineAAVMC Internal Reports2007 - 201616,00014,00012,400Total Number of DVM cademic 199719987,014 8,173 8,381 8,982 8,942 8,970 8,928 9,015 8,805 8,574 8,456 8,411 8,508 8,702 8,859 8,881 8,854 8,956 9,0101999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009201020112012201320142015 20169,055 9,121 9,170 9,276 9,363 9,587 9,758 9,983 10,218 10,330 10,534 11,046 10,996 11,255 11,474 11,693 12,395 12,4002450 Americans are currently enrolled at AAVMC InternationalMember institutions.
First Year DVM Student Enrollmentat the US Colleges of Veterinary MedicineAAVMC Internal 720062,6571988 1989 19902,208 2,194 2,1932007 2008 20092,704 2,766 Total Number of 1st Year DVM Students3,5001994 1995 1996 1997 19982,276 2,283 2,334 2,326 2,2992013 2014 2015 20162,981 3,310 3,586 3,277
Total Number of Graduates from US Colleges of Veterinary MedicineAAVMC Internal 20112012201320142015
Number of Seats in the First Year ClassBy US College of Veterinary MedicineAAVMC Internal Reports2015-2016180162160140Number of Seats120140 138 137133 130128124 123120 120115 114 113 112107 107103 102 101 101100809590898888888469566040200US College of Veterinary Medicine
Number of Seats in the First Year ClassBy Canadian & InternationalCollege of Veterinary MedicineAAVMC Internal Reports2015-2016Home Country or Foreign Nationals4,0003,500US Citizens1Number of 90UNAM RUSVM SGUTotal Canadian enrollment: 1,601Total International enrollment: 10,89310451466166765480167UNOLUNED UNCDVAS579154476324530428UNQA UNOG UNOM UNOSCollege of Veterinary CLG
Enrolled First Year Studentsby Resident vs. Non-Resident Status400AAVMC Internal Reports2016350ResidentsResidents Attending In-State Private MTWVARHINHIDMENMNVNDAKNERIWYDESDVTDCVINumber of First Year Students300State or Territory
16Enrollment in the US Veterinary Medical Collegesby SexAAVMC Internal 0%40.0%30.0%MenWomen20.0%10.0%
Percentage of Historically Underrepresented StudentsMatriculating at US Colleges of Veterinary MedicineAAVMC Internal Data Reports1980-201620.0%18.0%15.8%Percentage of Total Student Diversity MattersLaunched in 20052.0%0.0%Academic Year
Presence of Racially and Ethnically Underrepresented Studentsat US Colleges of Veterinary MedicineCollege of Veterinary MedicineAAVMC Internal Reports2016TUSWESUCDMIDPURVMRCORCSUUGATAMUNCSUUS .7%5.8%5.6%0%10%20%Underrepresented in Veterinary Medicine (URVM) is defined as populations ofindividuals whose advancement in the veterinary medical profession has historicallybeen disproportionately impacted by six specific aspects of diversity (gender, race,ethnicity, geographic, socioeconomic, and educational disadvantage) due to legal,cultural, or social climate impediments.Students who are of Asian descent are considered underrepresented in the veterinarymedical profession and are included in the calculations for this bar graph.30%40%Percentage Presence50%60%70%80%90%
Racial and Ethnic Demographics of DVM Studentsat US Colleges of Veterinary MedicineAAVMC Internal Reports20160.1%0.2%0.7%0.7% 2.2%2.8%4.3%Other Minority4.8%Pacific Islander5.3%Native American/Alaskan NativeForeign NationalMulti-EthnicAfrican American/ BlackUnknown78.9%AsianHispanicCaucasian
VMCAS Applicants and First Year SeatsUS and International InstitutionsAAVMC Internal Reports2006-201612,000First Year SeatsVMCAS Applicants3.00Applicant to Seat ,22720112012201320142015201600.500.00Academic Year Ending2009 is the first year data is available for AAVMC International MembersApplicant to Seat RatioApplicants & First Year Seats10,000
1st Year Student Pre-Vet GPAAAVMC Internal Reports2007-20163.753.7Average Grade Point 35The mean science pre-vet GPA for 1st year students in 2015-2016 was 3.48.200720082009201020112012Academic Year Ending2013201420152016
VMCAS Applicants by SexAAVMC Internal 0%50%40%30%20%10%0%
Racial and Ethnic Demographics of Applicants to the Class of 2020AAVMC Internal Data20160.4% 1.4%3.4%6.7%Pacific Islander9.7%American IndianAfrican ddle EasternTotal number of VMCAS Applicants 6,667
Additional Applicant Information Average Years of Pre-professional Preparation: 4.5 Years Average Age for 1st Year Enrollees– 23.5 Years GRE Scores – Class of 2019 Average Verbal Percentile 65.7Average Quantitative Score 58.1Average Writing Score 55.8Degree status of Class of 2019 at admission––––No Degree Completed 6.8%BS/BA Completed 87.5%MS/MA Competed 5.2%PhD Completed .5%
TUITION & DEBTDATA
Resident Tuition at the US Colleges of Veterinary MedicineMaximums, Minimums & MediansAdjusted for InflationAAVMC Internal Data Reports2007-2016 45,000 40,000 35,000 31,347 30,000Resident Tuition 25,912 26,040 27,331 28,389 29,286 25,000 20,000 16,611 17,306 18,860 19,675 19,344 20,602 30,896 30,406 20,969 21,465 15,420 16,32720132014 15,000 10,000 11,544 11,479 11,582 11,688 12,45020072008200920102011 13,764 31,786 22,438 31,800 23,425 17,828 18,16820152016 5,000 02012Academic Year Ending*Resident data does not include data from Lincoln Memorial University, Midwestern University,University of Pennsylvania, Tufts University, Tuskegee University or Western University of HealthSciences.
Non-Resident Tuition at the US Colleges of Veterinary MedicineMaximums, Minimums & MediansAdjusted for InflationAAVMC Internal Data Reports2007-2016 90,000 80,000Non-Resident Tuition 70,000 60,000 57,074 50,000 39,875 59,868 40,923 60,933 40,766 64,562 43,748 64,435 45,037 65,512 45,193 63,987 45,890 63,063 46,635 64,965 46,332 68,188 48,513 40,000 30,000 30,911 20,000 10,000 12,8012007 12,326 13,215 13,506 13,2882008200920102011 17,537 17,60220122013 26,308 25,89520142015 0Academic Year Ending2016
Median Debt of Indebted Graduates ofUS Colleges of Veterinary MedicineAdjusted for InflationAAVMC Internal Report2006 - 2015 195,000 180,000 165,000 156,583 150,000 135,000 120,000 106,063 122,034 124,552 127,988200820092010 143,182 146,727 148,280201220132014 133,855 113,970 105,000 90,000 75,000 60,000 45,000 30,000 15,000 0200620072011Year of Graduation2015
Please Direct Inquiries to:Lisa GreenhillAssociate Executive Directorfor Institutional Research & Diversitylgreenhill@aavmc.orgThis report should be cited as:Annual Data Report 2015-2016 [Internet]. Washington, DC: Association of AmericanVeterinary Medical Colleges; 2016 February p. 1 - 27. Available aspx
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