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Everywhere in Louisiana, and worldwide, the well-being of animals is interwoven with the well-being of people. Our patients can’t ask for help. We have a responsibility to anticipate their needs and respond swiftly when an accident or disease threatens lasting harm. Every day, our commitment to education, research, and service translates into veterinary care that improves their quality of life. When you partner with us, you don’t just change lives—you save them.
Less debt, made possible by endowed support, provides our graduates with the flexibility to choose veterinary career paths in areas that are in great need of veterinary services.
Despite a world-class faculty of over 100 professors, only six full professorships currently exist at SVM. Endowments will double existing professorships from six to 12.
Gifts will provide crucial support for clinical testing, which brings to fruition the promise of research and provides concrete scientific results, allowing researchers and practitioners to gain insight and answers that fuel medical breakthroughs.
Gifts will extend an interdisciplinary research effort with LSU Health New Orleans, currently funded by the flagship campus and Pennington Biomedical, with potential for immediate, real-life application to client services in the hospital.
Gifts will support a collaboration with Pennington, LSUHSC, Vet Med, and Kinesiology to address obesity, tobacco use, diabetes, and cancer in North Baton Rouge.
Gifts will fund a new endoscopy suite, linear accelerator for our cancer unit, X-ray machine, and MRI.
Gifts will expand and enhance the service areas for internal medicine, community practice, dermatology, integrative medicine, and more. Of primary focus is the renovation and expansion of our surgery areas and anesthesia services.
Gifts will provide financial stability and improved operations for our wildlife team, with every dollar going directly to the animals through medicine, equipment, supplies, and housing during treatment and recovery.
Renovations to our food animal facilities will also foster a robust caseload, which is critical to ensuring early detection of diseases of importance to livestock and food safety.
Gifts to the Stephenson Pet Clinic will fund an ongoing expansion, including an additional floor.
Eighty percent of Agriculture students want to be veterinarians, and a new Veterinary School will accommodate this demand.
Gifts for a new academic tower will allow the School of Veterinary Medicine to expand learning and treatment spaces.