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Veterinary Technology

Begin your path to a veterinary career

The Blinn College District Veterinary Technology Program is a competitive-entry program designed to prepare students to become fully credentialed licensed veterinary technicians (LVTs).

Blinn offers two pathways toward an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Veterinary Technology: its traditional, two-year program in which courses and labs are completed on the Bryan Campus, and its blended, three-year program in which courses are completed online and labs are completed on campus.

Through a collaborative partnership with the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, students in the Veterinary Technology Program receive hands-on training in every aspect of the wide-ranging animal health field. Blinn is the only community college that has an agreement in place with Texas A&M University to complete laboratories and clinicals at its Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, and Blinn's first-time national board examination pass rate ranks No. 1 in the State of Texas.

Registration is now open for winter and spring classes!

Registration is now open for the winter minimester and spring semester! The three-week winter minimester begins Monday, December 19th, and spring semester classes begin Tuesday, January 17th.

For assistance, contact Academic Advising or call Enrollment Services at 979-830-4800. You also can schedule a tour of any of our five campuses!

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Computer Lab
Veterinary Technology
Phone: 979-209-7202

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News

Blinn's Blended Veterinary Technology Program extends application deadline through March 31 Blinn's Blended Veterinary Technology Program extends application deadline through March 31

Applications for the traditional two-year program will be accepted through April 30

Blinn Veterinary Technology Program recognizes 15 graduates with virtual pinning ceremony Blinn Veterinary Technology Program recognizes 15 graduates with virtual pinning ceremony

Graduates' first-time national board examination pass rate remains No. 1 in Texas

Chance meeting with Blinn Veterinary Technology Program Director led to a new career path for recent graduate Chance meeting with Blinn Veterinary Technology Program Director led to a new career path for recent graduate

'They went above and beyond what they needed to do to make sure we were the best techs that we could be,' said Brian Okosun