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CVM Group Tours

 

CVM Tour Policy for Groups

Group Tours for grades K-5 are offered through the Office of Continuing Education & Outreach. Please contact them regarding group tours for this age group.

Educational/Admissions Tours for middle, high school and college level groups related to animal science, health professions, 4-H clubs, pre-vet clubs, etc.** are arranged through Johanna Donovan, Assistant Director, Student Services. These tours provide information for groups of applicants, potential applicants or those middle, high school or college student groups who are interested in the field of veterinary medicine. Tours do not include visiting the animal wards, research labs or farm. Tours are available in a limited number each semester and only Monday-Friday between the hours of 9:00 am and 3:00 pm. Group tours are not available nights, weekends or holidays.

Please email johanna_donovan@ncsu.edu with your request for a group tour. Please include your name and contact information, group name, number of students for the tour (20 maximum), and requested tour date and time in the email. Staff will respond to your request for a group tour within one week. Requests for group tours should be submitted as early as possible but at least one-two months in advance. Be advised that we typically are booked for tours several weeks to months in advance.

**At this time, we are unable to offer non-admission related tours to social, civic, and special interest groups**

 

Holiday Schedule for Academic Year 2013-2014

*Tours highlight our academic programs and are tailored toward prospective students who are at least 15 years of age or older.  Groups, organizations and children's groups, especially elementary schools, are directed to the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro, NC, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh, NC, the Museum of Life and Science in Durham, NC, the Piedmont Wildlife Center (for summer day camps) in Durham, NC, the Centennial Campus Center for Wildlife Education in Raleigh, NC, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Farm Animal Days in Raleigh, NC, and the Sylvan Heights Waterfowl Park in Scotland Neck, NC.

 

ATTENTION: Please visit our website for parking updates prior to arrival.

Please Note:  Tour groups are restricted from entering the Teaching Animal Hospital and the Teaching Animal Unit (farm area).  This policy was enacted to ensure the privacy of our clients and patients as well as protecting against pathogens (airborne or otherwise) that could potentially affect hospital patients. 

Questions concerning the CVM tour policy may be directed to Johanna Donovan, Assistant Director of Student Services, at johanna_donovan@ncsu.edu.

*Individuals under the age of 15 who are interested in tours should visit the College's Open House, an annual event usually held in March or April (Next date -- March 29, 2014).