The Student Center The Student Center is located in Patterson Hall, next to the Auditorium. The Center contains student services, Office of Admissions and Recruitment, and Media and Informational Technology. It is designed to provide services for veterinary students through supporting an environment that is comfortable and encourages learning.
Student Services The area of student services makes available all forms and application needed by veterinary students for pre-registration, and registration, financial-aid, student organizational registration and scheduling of organizational activities. In the College of Veterinary Medicine, there are several student organizations. Each organization conducts regular meetings and related activities. In addition, Student Services maintain all bulletin boards which contain announcements of scholarships, externships/internships, jobs and employment. Student Services issue mailboxes and all incoming student mail. If a student has a question, student services is the place to start seeking an answer.
Office of Admissions and Recruitment The Admission Policy of TUCVM embraces the philosophy of Tuskegee University and embodies the commitment for providing educational opportunities to all students, regardless of race, creed, or national origin. The philosophy embodies a commitment for providing a high quality educational opportunities for individuals who have historically been under represented in the fields of veterinary medicine because of their racial, cultural, economic or educational backgrounds. However, the TUSVM invites a diversity of talented students from all racial, religious and ethnic backgrounds to participate in its program. Applications are available at the website: www.onemedicine.tuskegee.edu
Media and Informational Technology The Media and Informational Technology (MIT) area is an important component of TUSVM's teaching, research, and services activities. It provides expertise and state-of-the-art technology through its high-quality audio, video, digital imaging and creative services. The MIT is utilized by students in preparing for grand rounds, research poster, and other presentations. In addition, MIT provides assistance to students in the computerized laboratories located in Room C-107 in Clinical-Anatomy Building and Room 316 in Rosenwald Center. TUSVM's faculty utilizes MIT in preparing in-house auto-tutorials, the production of visual aids and photographic materials for professional presentations and publications. MIT offers services in designing and producing charts, certificates, signs and brochures, in-house photography(35-mm, digital format), and transferring graphics from older formats, particularly 35mm slides to digital formats. MIT provides assistance in content development, script writing, and all facets of production along with development of grant proposals that involve media projects. Services also include television origination studio, broadcast quality editing, and duplication of CD/DVDs, converting audiotape to CDs and VHS to DVDs. MIT serves as the routing center for telecommunications for TUSVM and a primary hub for the University's cable television network. TUSVM has both satellite uplink and downlink capabilities for the transmission of a live event from TUSVM to one or more institutions. Through the in-house closed circuit television network originating from MIT's main studio, a signal can be distributed to every classroom in the veterinary complex and to the Kellogg Conference Center.