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Any question answered in a false manner will result in the application being void and therefore not considered. Completed applications should be on file no later than March 27th, 2020 for review by the selection committee. Late applications are reviewed on a space available basis only. The application process may take several days; therefore acceptance letters will not be mailed until after April 15th.
The veterinary technology program has limited enrollment and students are selected based on prior academic performance, the number of required general education courses completed, experience working with animals, references, motivation, completeness, neatness of the program application, essay grammar and essay content.
General studies courses such as English, speech, chemistry, zoology/biology, microbiology, math, history/ political science, and non-vet tech courses in agriculture may be taken prior to attending the Veterinary Technology Program. It is strongly recommended that many of these general education courses be taken prior to application for the program. Successful completion of these courses provides valuable information to the selection committee. Twenty hours of observation of a veterinarian in practice and an ACT or SAT test result are also necessary to apply for the program.
"The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974", Public Law 93-380 as amended and signed into law by President Ford on December 31, 1974, states that enrollees have the right to examine confidential files. It also states that they may waive this right if they do so desire.
The law provides that references may be either confidential or non-confidential at the option of the registrant. The registrant has the option to inspect the references in a non-confidential file.
Confidential references are those which the registrant has waived the right to see.
Please consider the following in making a decision to have confidential or non-confidential references.
1. School officials prefer to see confidential references, believing the references are more frank in such credentials. The limited number of studies which have been made of confidential vs. non-confidential references Indicate a preference of both hiring officials and college faculty for confidential or enclosed references.
2. Registrants should be most selective in asking persons to write references for them. The persons selected should know the registrant well and be able to state facts and competencies of the registrant.
3. Writers of references will be informed at the time of writing that the reference is confidential or that the registrant will be permitted to see the reference.
By execution of the application, I do hereby authorize Crowder College or it's representatives to verify all information contained within this application, and do waive any privilege I may have as to confidentiality to Crowder College or it's representatives, and I do authorize any agency - - educational, health, or law enforcement - - to furnish to Crowder College or it's representatives the information necessary to validate the information contained upon my veterinary technology application.
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