Liz Underwood ‘16 (CAHNR) always knew she wanted to be a veterinarian. By the time she was five, Underwood recalls neatly lining up her beloved stuffed animals, displaying an early proclivity for organization.
“Being a vet was always in the back of my mind for years and years and years,” Underwood says.
When looking at colleges, Underwood wanted a school with a strong animal science program. UConn immediately stood out thanks to the diversity of the animals that students could work with like dairy cows, sheep, poultry, and horses.
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