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Ten WTAMU Students Accepted into Vet Schools

Ten West Texas A&M University students are headed to veterinary school.

WTAMU announced that ten students graduating from the WT College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences are headed to veterinary school in the fall. Nine of the ten pre-vet majors will be heading to the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences. The other student will be attendingthe University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine.

The ten acceptances mark a historical milestone for WTAMU.

The accepted students (listed by hometown) are:


Taylor Williams—Texas A&M


Kimberly Ussery—Texas A&M


Charity Scroggs—Texas A&M

Coal Valley, Ill.

Sawyer Shattuck—University of Missouri


Madison Burns—Texas A&M


Larissa Dillard—Texas A&M


Meghan Hager—Texas A&M


Kristen White—Texas A&M

San Antonio

Emily Howard—Texas A&M

Steph Moore—Texas A&M

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