Canines of all types will demonstrate their prowess in working dog demonstrations. The animals of the Cummings School’s working farm will also be available to meet and greet visitors, and kids of all ages are welcomed to bring their beloved but bedraggled stuffed animals to be stitched or bandaged at the Teddy Bear Clinic. Admissions counselors will also be on-hand to answer questions about veterinary school, along with our programs in Adventures in Veterinary Medicine for those who want to learn firsthand about being a veterinarian.
In addition, self-guided tours of the school’s Henry and Lois Foster Hospital for Small Animals, Hospital for Large Animals, and campus farm will show visitors how Tufts’ Cummings Veterinary School teaches students and cares for more than 28,000 animals per year. What’s more, the school will also be bringing back hay rides—a wonderful way to enjoy a tour of the school’s 600-acre campus without "hoofing" along the sidewalks.
Handicapped parking is available on-campus with free parking for everyone
For the protection of sick animals in our hospitals, and for everyone’s safety, pets will not be allowed on campus for Open House.
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About the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University
Founded in 1978 in North Grafton, Mass., the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University is known for academic programs that impact society and the practice of veterinary medicine; five hospitals that treat over 30,000 cases each year; and groundbreaking research that benefits animal, public, and environmental health.