Become an MVMA Student Member
What does it take to become an MVMA Member?
The freshman year veterinary school is complimentary and you only need to submit a completed application. In the following years there is a $25.00 dues payment to join or remain as an MVMA Student Member. Two days of attendance at the MVMA Annual Meeting will be mandatory for freshmen students.
What will my dues dollars buy me?
- Attendance at the MVMA Annual Meeting and Conference at no cost, except for meals, Non-member students pay a registration fee of $125.00
- Reduced fees for all MVMA continuing education seminars
- Access to the "Members Only" section of the MVMA website
- The bi-monthly MVMA newsletter including industry news, a "Whats New at the U" column, student spotlight features, and classifieds that may help you in your job search
Most importantly, you will be a part of organized veterinary medicine from the beginning of your veterinary educational process. The MVMA serves as a watchdog on all issues and topics that impact the veterinary profession and shares this information with its members.
Click Here to download an MVMA Student Member Application. (please complete online, save a copy and email to firstname.lastname@example.org)
Student Representative - Jordan Palubicki
Jordan Palubicki is the MVMA/MVMF Student Representative for the 2012-13 school year. Jordan will be meeting with students at various school functions and opportunities during the school year to promote the MVMA and the MVMF. Jordan was born and raised in Green Bay, WI where she started riding horses at the age of 2. She knew that she wanted to be a veterinarian at a very young age and she grew up in a household with many pets. She attended college at the University of WI-River Falls, where she obtained a bachelor's degree in Animal Science with an equine emphasis. She is currently a second year veterinary student at the University of Minnesota with an interest in equine medicine (surgery) and public health. Jordan enjoys running, salsa dancing, rock climbing and country music. Her favorite hobby is competing in 3-day eventing on her off track Thoroughbred. In addition to her Thoroughbred, she has an Arabian, 3 dogs and 2 cats. She looks forward to serving the College of Veterinary Medicine and the MVMA/MVMF this year as the student representative.