COVID-19: Federal student loans and higher education
Here’s what veterinary borrowers should know in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Congressional action could help alleviate – or worsen – veterinary student debt
Student debt is a primary concern across the veterinary profession. While there is no simple fix for this complex issue, Congress has several…
AVMA looks to Congress for student debt relief
Owing approximately $150,000 in student loan debt may require William Willis to defer his dream of practicing in his native Alaska, which
New Texas veterinary school plan still alive
Plans for a proposed Texas Tech University School of Veterinary Medicine in Amarillo got a boost this spring
Legislative fly-in brings veterinary voices to Capitol Hill
There are many ways to impact policy in Congress – but sometimes, the best way is old-fashioned grassroots advocacy. More than 70 veterinary students…
AVMA releases report on veterinary markets
The AVMA has released the 2017 AVMA Report on Veterinary Markets, the first of four economic reports in the 2017 AVMA Economic Report Series.
VIN Foundation launches Student Debt Center
The VIN Foundation announced Feb. 7 the launch of its Student Debt Center, a resource for all things related to educational debt, in
Speak up on changes coming to Public Service Loan Forgiveness application
With student debt for 2015 veterinary graduates averaging more than $140,000, it’s clear that debt is an important issue for the veterinary community.…
Divided by debt
Income inequality in the U.S. continues to increase and is, in some ways, dividing Americans.
Congress looking to increase cost of student loans
Gina Luke, an assistant director of the AVMA Governmental Relations Division in Washington, D.C., warns of potential cuts to federal student aid…
Send unused journals, textbooks, supplies on a trip abroad
If the shelves and cabinets, back rooms, and offices at your veterinary clinic are crammed with unused textbooks, journals