Our next meeting is on Monday, November 23rd at 7:30 pm in Room H237 of the UGA Vet School. (The entrance along D.W. Brooks Drive, first main door from Carlton Street --not the one with pillars-- large auditorium immediately to the left when you first walk in). As always, we will be having a guest speaker and free food!

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We are proud to announce that we will be sponsoring the Boo Radley Foundation for the 2015-2016 year!

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The Boo Radley Foundation is a non-profit organization that funds canine brain cancer research and clinical trials as well as provides emotional and financial support to families who have a dog with brain cancer that has been entered into one of their clinical trials.  UGA's Pre-Veterinary Medicine Club is proud to work hard to increase awareness, raise funds, and provide support for such an incredible organization.

Here are the minutes for the last meeting 11/9/15:

Bowling   On Wed., Nov. 18 at 8 p.m., meet us at Showtime Bowling for a fun time!  Or an embarrassing time, depending on whether you're good at bowling...  Either way, sign up here if we'll see you at this members activity!

Cedar Shoals High School has asked our club to speak to their Zoology class about what it's like to be a pre-vet student.  Additionally, they would like for us to demonstrate how to do a physical exam on an animal.  If you are interested in being part of this community service activity on Fri., Nov. 13 from 9:35-10:20 a.m. and/or 10:25-11:10 a.m., sign up here!

Letter Writing   This is a quick and easy way to fill your fundraising member requirement!  It's as simple as printing three copies of the letter attached to this email, sealing them in envelopes stamped and addressed to people who you think would donate to the Boo Radley Foundation, and handing them in to Mackenzie at the next meeting.  Next meeting will be your last chance to turn in letters.  Also, please do not list a return address - Mackenzie will fill that in herself.

Keep track of your points here with our club points Google doc!  If you notice any discrepancies, please bring it to our attention so that we may make corrections.

Study Groups  Are you struggling in Gen. Chem.?  Banging your head against your Biology textbook?  Wondering what in the world Physics even has to do with becoming a veterinarian?  Then we have a solution for you.  It's the Pre-Vet Study Group Google Doc!  Just find your class, list your name and contact information, and look for other people taking the same classes as you are.  That way you can get in touch with them and organize a study group.  Happy studying!

Test Bank   For those of you new to Pre-Vet Club, we have a test bank available to our members to help you study.  If you have paid dues, you can email our historian, Lizzy, at prevethist@gmail.com for access to our test bank.  You can also submit your own tests for chances to win the raffle we hold at the NEXT MEETING!  Also, don't forget to join the Pre-Vet Club Book Selling group on Facebook to save money on textbooks.

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Book Selling Group

Join our Pre-Vet Club Book Selling group on Facebook to buy/sell books to fellow pre-vetters!

Digital Test Bank - Google Drive

One of the perks of active membership is access to the club's test bank! Once you've paid your dues, you can contact Lizzy Evernham, our historian, at prevethist@gmail.com for more information about gaining access. If you have any old test from your classes, please send them to Lizzy. You will get 3 points per class that you turn in. (Note: You have to turn in all the tests from the class in order to receive full points). For every test you submit, your name will be put in a raffle, and you will be entered for a chance to win a prize at the end of the semester! Paper tests will be converted into digital files and returned to you. 

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Lost your newsletter? Didn’t write down a date? Check out our Pre-Vet Google Calendar to keep up with upcoming events!


Follow Camille Grant's blog about her years in Vet School at UGA. She gives helpful advise and also an inside perspective on what it is like as a vet student!


If you have any comments, questions, bug reports or suggestions regarding this page, please contact Historian Lizzy Evernham at prevethist@gmail.com.