The Veterinary Technology Program at Manor College has been accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association since 1992. We are fortunate to reside on a beautiful 35-acre campus and 50 acre farm only minutes from Philadelphia. Hands-on laboratories in radiology, surgery, anesthesiology, laboratory animal science and large and small animal clinical procedures are integral parts of the veterinary technology curriculum. Clinical laboratories are small (6 to 9 students) to allow for individual student attention and instruction.
Why Choose Manor?
We are so excited you expressed interest in Manor College! We’re not an ordinary college. At Manor, our students thrive; they become family. Our top-notch instructors, programs, and campus are just a few of the many reasons you’ll love it here. At Manor, our students are given more options, which means more opportunities. We know that everyone is different and that’s why we offer traditional college experiences, online classes, certificate programs, and even dual enrollment programs for students who are in high school. Our 9:1 Student-Faculty ratio creates a supportive environment that is unique. Personalized attention is not only found in the classroom- all aspects our our college put our students first including financial aid, course selection, and registration. Please join us for “A Day in the life of a Vet Tech Student” so you can see why you belong here!
Making Arrangements to spend the day with a Vet Tech Student
We look forward to showing you what a day in the life of a Vet Tech student is like at Manor College! Upon your arrival on campus, please check in at the Admissions Office or Security Office to pick up your Visitor’s Badge. If you are planning on attending large animal labs in the barn, please dress appropriately. The barn is not heated and can be quite cold in the winter and spring. During your visit, you will do a lot of walking, as well as sitting, so be sure to wear comfortable shoes and casual clothes. Your host will be a current Vet Tech student who will show you around and answer all questions you may have. Please contact Daniel Perez to schedule your visit at 215.884.2214 or email him at email@example.com.
If you visit on a Tuesday:
8-10:50 am: Small Animal Lab
11-12:50pm: Hematology Lab
2:00 -4:20pm: Anatomy and Physiology Lab
4:30pm: Meet with Admissions
If you visit on a Wednesday
8-8:50am: Medicine I
9:30-10:20pm: Radiology Lecture
11-12:50am: Large Animal Procedures or Intro
1-2:50pm: Large Animal Procedures or Intro
3:00pm: Meet with Admissions
If you visit on a Thursday
9-9:50am: Microbiology lab
10-12:50pm: Small Animal Lab
2pm-4:20pm: Anatomy and Physiology Lab
4:30pm: Meet with Admissions
Meetings with Dr. Bassert need to be scheduled in advance and may occur during the lunch break. You can contact Dr. Bassert at 215-885-2360, ext. 221 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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700 Fox Chase Road
Jenkintown, PA 19046
Phone: 215- 885-2360