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Medaille Recognized as One of the Nation’s Leading Veterinary Technology Schools
Medaille College has been recognized as one of the leading veterinary technology schools in the U.S. by AccreditedSchoolsOnline.org in the Community for Accredited Online Schools 2016-2017 rankings. Medaille ranked fifth among four-year schools, achieving an overall score of 97 percent. (Click on the "4-year Schools" tab and scroll down to see Medaille's entry on the list.)
The online higher education resource provider ranked schools providing the best overall value for veterinary technician students by comparing both online and on-campus programs at two- and four-year schools across the U.S.
“Schools on these lists are not only providing quality veterinary technician programs, but are also making an extra effort to help students land a job after graduation,” says Doug Jones, CEO and founder of the Community for Accredited Online Schools.
Medaille’s veterinary technology programs are accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Students from Medaille traveled to Albany, NY, on February 13 to make their voices heard on New York Student Aid Alliance Advocacy Day
Dr. Keith Klostermann has contributed an expert analysis article on alcohol misuse to the February 2018 issue of Your Teen magazine.
Homeland security student Geovanni Montes says the online program at Medaille has brought exciting, new challenges.
Medaille clinical assistant professor Steve MacMartin and a panel of local experts discussed how to plan for a disaster during an event on February 8.
Medaille professor Dr. Keith Klostermann has been invited to join the editorial board for Forensic Science & Addiction Research.