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Online applications for Fall 2022 will be limited and available starting Tuesday, February 22, 2022. The link will be here on our website.

Due to severe Program impaction and new standards set forth by the AVMA regarding class size and instructor-to-student ratios, be advised that we may not be able to accommodate you in obtaining the classes that you need or want to take.  Please keep this in mind when applying to an impacted program.

Please ensure you continue to check the Mt. SAC Vet Tech website and follow the guidelines in "Application Information" 

If you applied for Spring 2022 and did not get accepted or you did not attend the mandatory orientation, you will need to reapply for Fall 2022 by submitting a new online application via Smartsheet when it becomes available starting February 22, 2022.

Thank you for your continued support of our Program! 

 
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Veterinary Technology

Mt. San Antonio College offers an Associate of Science degree in Registered Veterinary Technology. The rigorous curriculum integrates lectures with hands-on labs in our 26,000 square foot agriculture building with animal hospital, and our 150-acre working farm. Students are given many opportunities to work with a wide variety of domestic animals and livestock.

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At this time, Mt. San Antonio College’s Registered Veterinary Technology Program is experiencing increased demand across all class levels.  Due to this impaction and new standards set forth by the AVMA regarding class size and instructor-to-student ratios, be advised that we may not be able to accommodate you in obtaining the classes that you need or want to take.  Please keep this in mind when applying to an impacted program.

The program can be completed in two years (including both summer and winter sessions), but most students take longer to complete the program. Coursework transfers to Cal Poly Pomona, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and other 4-year universities. Day and evening classes make our program accommodating to working students.

The Registered Veterinary Technology Program is accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).

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Our Staff

  • Dr. Naomi Barnes
    Co-Director
  • Maya Padilla
    Co-Director
  • Dr. Gary Uyeno
    Veterinarian
Vet-Tech Program

M-TH 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM     F 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Building 80-2301
 (909)-274-4540
 agsci@mtsac.edu