Arizona plans to revise, resubmit proposal for vet school accreditation

University of Arizona succeeded with seven of 11 accreditation standards and will continue to work to earn COE designation.

The American Veterinary Medical Assn.'s Council on Education (COE) has sustained its denial of initial accreditation for the University of Arizona's proposed veterinary medical education program. The university had succeeded with seven of the 11 accreditation standards but said it will continue to work to earn the COE designation.

"It's been a rigorous process, and we've learned a great deal about what is required to meet the COE's requirements for accreditation," Andrew Comrie, senio

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