Clemson University’s Vet School visits South Carolina Governor’s School for Agriculture

Last June, Clemson University announced plans to develop the Palmetto State’s very first College of Veterinary Medicine.

The Founding Dean of the new college recently stopped by the South Carolina Governor’s School for Agriculture to meet some potential veterinarians studying at the nation’s only residential high school devoted to agriculture.

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