In light of the recommendations for social distancing and keeping students, faculty, staff, and family members safe – Apex CVT offices will be closed during the Spring break. We encourage communication via e-mail and/or Populi and will resume normal operation in accordance with Federal, State, DPOS, and accreditor mandates. Although we are hoping to resume classes on campus on April 6th, we are fully prepared to move to a completely online format as we have experience with online classes, have always been institutionally approved to deliver courses online, and utilize a robust LMS to support online education.
Financial Aid is now available – contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information!
MOST RECENT NEWS...
AVMA Accreditation Granted
We received news that we have been granted AVMA accreditation. This will allow all students who have completed the program to be able to sit for their Veterinary Technician National Exam as soon as Spring of 2020.
Financial Aid Training Completed
Our CEO & CFO have completed the requisite online and in person training for federal financial aid and we are awaiting the next federal FA review process.
Institutional Accreditation Granted
November 2018 we received news from the Council on Occupational Education that we had received Institutional accreditation.
Stay tuned for more exciting news!
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Proven Success: 86% Completion and 100% Employment of our Graduates
From the application process, to our unique mix of courses and teaching styles, to our ongoing support through continuing education; our students have what they need to complete their programs and start working in their profession. Accreditors are looking for a 60% completion rate and a 70% employment rate which we are able to maintain and exceed even in our small school environment.
Hands-On Focus: Practice the Skills Needed to Connect Concepts and Start Working
Our programs focus on clinical application to help you understand the concepts you need to be successful. Rather than just working out of a book or seeing someone demonstrate a skill, we offer students in every program a hands-on educational experience. Our students in Veterinary Technology and Veterinary Assisting work with real patients in a real clinical environment while they learn. Our Practice Management students work through projects that allow them to apply what they learn directly to their business through policies, marketing plans, and more.
What Questions Should I Ask When Picking a Veterinary Technology School?
What is your current institutional accreditation status and can you provide a link to that website displaying your status?
What is your AVMA accreditation status?
What will the total cost to me be, including tuition, fees, books, and materials?
What is your VTNE pass rate for the previous year?
Does your school allow currently employed veterinary professionals to test out of classes based on clinical work experience?
What is the difference between an online program and on-site program?
Does your school own the facility where it is located?
Does your school emulate contemporary Veterinary Practice - digital radiography, multiple exam rooms, LED lighting, heated surgery tables, etc?
Spring 2020 Quarter Begins April 6, 2020
New and returning students for the Spring 2020 quarter have classes starting April 6, 2020. If you have not yet registered for courses, please contact us for more information about our programs.
Schedule a Tour Today
We work to accommodate tours at your convenience. However our clinical day is Thursday - take advantage of coming on that day to see how our clinic functions and what "hands-on" really means.
Get an amazing education with multiple payment options
We believe that a great education shouldn't require a great debt to acquire. To that end, we offer a number of tuition payment plans that allow our students to pay for school without having to apply for loans or use up their valuable benefits.
I just have to say thank you to Apex for setting up this wonderful experience. I really didn't think I could enjoy myself as much as I did working with these beautiful creatures. Lynn and Dr. Romy were so welcoming and it only made the experience more memorable and meaningful. An The group of students that came was an enthusiastic group! Thank you Doctor Crane and Ria for coming along in support as we all handled cow feces, cow saliva, administered needed injections and took temperatures ..this opportunity to complete some of our AVMA tasks did not feel just like "checking things off". It was handled with such care that it truly showed the passion they have for their careers . Lynn handled those calves with compassion and gentleness as though they were her calves. Listening to Dr. Romy talk, shows how passionate she is about her job. She is so positive and uplifting and seeing how she talks to her clients, it's just a continual reminder of why we get into this business. I attended to complete my tasks..but left with so much more.
Thank you again!!
-- Erica C. Student
Apex has been a transformational experience for me.
The instructors want you to succeed. Apex allowed me to be a self-learner and to make contributions I otherwise would not have made. I am grateful for a set of colleagues I want to keep close forever. If you have the chance to experience the plethora of opportunities and networking this school offers, do not pass it up.
-- Vaughn H. on Google Reviews
The dedication care and compassion the staff has here is unmatched. Apex will be a benchmark in veterinary medicine and an elite educational experience.
— Cassy P. on Facebook Reviews
It was definitely a fantastic experience! Lynn and Dr. Romy were great - informative, patient, and enthusiastic. We really got to learn a lot about cows (or I guess I should say about cattle, since our last was a steer and not a cow). It was really a wonderful day and well worth the drive.