WCVM alumni have a lifelong relationship with their alma mater, and throughout each student’s education, the college provides experiences and opportunities that forge the connection.

One of the first experiences occurs when the first-year class participates in the traditional White Coat Ceremony — the students’ official welcome to the veterinary profession and to the college.

During the ceremony, a representative from the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association presents a personalized white lab coat to each student. As well, every member of the first-year class receives a stethoscope from the provincial veterinary medical association in the student’s home province. 

The WCVM White Coat Ceremony for the Class of 2028 will take place in Saskatoon on Monday, Sept. 23, 2024. Please check back for more details. 


Questionnaire for the Class of 2028

Some of the details that you provide in this questionnaire will be included in commemorative information and stories that will be used to promote the Class of 2028 and the college's DVM program.

Please complete and submit the WCVM Class of 2029 questionnaire as soon as possible. To meet scheduling requirements, please submit your responses by Friday, July 19, 2024.

Questions? Please contact: 

Myrna MacDonald, Communications, Dean's Office
Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
Cell: 306-291-9950

Check list

To ensure accuracy, please verify all of the information that you provide in your responses.

• Did you provide your full name and correct contact information? If possible, please provide an email addresses where you can be reached in July and August 2024.

• Did you include "N/A (not applicable)" in the response windows for questions that did not relate to your experiences?