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    Since 2006, 98% of our A.S. degree graduates and 91% of our B.A.S. degree graduates have found jobs in the field, are continuing their education or are serving in the military.

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Veterinary Technology Programs

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  • World-Class Veterinary Technology Center

    Our new $11 million Veterinary Technology facility features 32,000 square feet of state-of-the-art classrooms, labs, surgery and x-ray suites, kennels and offices. Located next to Pinellas County Animal Services, our location makes it easy for you to gain valuable work experience and for county services to get a volunteer boost. This facility was recently awarded LEED® Gold Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council.


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    Veterinary Technology Degrees

    Our Associate in Science program gives you the skills to enter the workforce while our bachelor’s degree gives you the credential to move up. We also offer a management practice certificates that can help broaden your skills.

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  • Vet Tech hosts Open House Oct. 15

    To help celebrate National Veterinary Technician Week, the School of Veterinary Technology will host its annual Open House from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 15 at the Veterinary Technology Center, 12376 Ulmerton Road, Largo. Read more.

    SPC alumna receives Technician of the Year award

    St. Petersburg College School of Veterinary Technology alumna Nicole Becker was named 2014 Technician of the Year by the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association Sept. 20. Read more.

    SPC alumna demonstrates leadership, passion for vet tech field

    Lori is another wonderful example of our alumni. Through her efforts in her job and in the professional organizations she participates in, the quality of our graduates is reflected. This further solidifies our position as the leader in veterinary technology education.” Rich Flora, dean of the School of Veterinary Technology St. Read more.