Do you have the Vet Tech skills and qualities needed for an exciting career as a veterinary technician? Veterinary technicians, also called vet techs, provide vital animal patient care in a variety of settings! Furthermore, in addition to providing a rewarding career option for animal lovers, vet techs are in high demand.
Stanbridge University Veterinary Technology Program Director Ms. Emma Cusack loved animals from an early age. However, it was her exceptional passion and affinity for animal care that set her on the path to becoming a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT).
Stanbridge University is the honored recipient of the first-ever silent elevating x-ray table system, gifted to the institution by industry trailblazer MyVet Imaging . We are excited to provide our students with additional hands-on learning experiences utilizing cutting edge technology. About the MyVet X-Ray Table Stanbridge students are able to train with digital radiographic technology […]
Stanbridge University is the honored recipient of the first-ever silent elevating x-ray table system, gifted to the institution by industry trailblazer MyVet Imaging. We are excited to provide our Veterinary Technology students with additional hands-on learning experiences utilizing cutting edge technology that opens advanced pathways for patient comfort and safety. The MyVet table system is […]
Stanbridge College announced that they have opened one of the largest medical training virtual reality labs in the U.S. featuring zSpace virtual reality (VR) all-in-one computers. The lab features software provided by zSpace, as well as partner applications Cyber Science 3D™ and Cyber Anatomy™ that allows virtual dissection of human and animal anatomical models. As […]
Stanbridge College was honored to receive the 2016 Gold Award for Excellence in Community Service. The acceptance of the award highlights Stanbridge College’s continued commitment to creating an educational experience not only in the classroom but also through a platform for students and staff to serve the community and make a positive impact. Stanbridge College […]
While 4th of July fireworks are a blast for us, they may be terrifying for our pets. To help combat anxiety for our animals during this time, experts from our Veterinary Technician program put together some helpful tips to help keep our furry friends safe: Keep your pet indoors! Do not take them to fireworks […]
The Stanbridge College student chapter of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) was recently named Chapter of the Year by the awarding organization. Ms. Emma Cusack, RVT, Assistant Director of the Veterinary Technology program, was also recognized as Advisor of the Year. The student chapter of NAVTA at Stanbridge College wrapped up […]
An article written by Stanbridge Veterinary Technology student Erin Mertan was published in the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) Journal. Ms. Mertan, who serves as Secretary of the Stanbridge student chapter of NAVTA, is pictured below. The chapter has already held two successful fundraisers, hosted an ice cream social, and are developing […]
Stanbridge College’s Associate of Science in Veterinary Technology degree program received American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) accreditation effective August 28, 2015. Accreditation by the AVMA represents the highest standard of achievement for veterinary medical education in the United States. Earning accreditation is viewed by the AVMA as “commitment to quality and continuous improvement through a […]