Veterinary Continuing Education

Colorado State University's College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences offers a variety of small animal and large animal continuing education opportunities for veterinarians. Our classrooms and labs are set in the Colorado State University James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital and Flint Animal Cancer Center.

You must enroll prior to the course date. Online registration is available as well as registration by phone or fax. Please check individual course registration instructions. To enroll into one of our CE courses online you must create an account.  Once an account is created the enrollment process is expedited for courses you may chose to take in the future. You only need to create an account one time.

*Note: This registration system was recently updated. You will need to create a new account, even if you have registered for one of our courses before. For questions, email

All courses offered through the Department of Clinical Sciences are submitted for approval by the AAVSB/RACE (Registry of Approved Continuing Education). CSU College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences is an approved provider of Continuing Education for New York practitioners approved by the New York State Education Department, Office of the Professions.

Featured Courses

Clinical Visitor

Visitor charge per week. Please enter price per Section agreement. Call 970-297-1274 if you are unsure of the price.

81st Annual Conference for Veterinarians - March 28-29, 2020 - Registration will open November 2019

Registration will open November 2019; Saturday and Sunday, March 28-29, 2020 in Fort Collins, Colorado.
From $30.00

30th Annual Conference for Technicians - March 28-29, 2020; Registration will OPEN November 2019

Registration will open November 2019; On-site Registration $110; Our program this year includes many of our talented technicians and faculty members presenting the latest information.
From $30.00

Arthroscopic (1) - Basic Arthroscopy (Equine) - August 21-22, 2019

The course teaches the basic principles of equine arthroscopy.

Arthroscopic (2) - Advanced Arthroscopic Surgery (Equine) - August 22-24, 2019

This arthroscopic surgery course includes four laboratories to give optimal practical information on how to do advanced arthroscopy, with particular emphasis on approaches for internal fixation of fractures in the carpus and fetlock, new arthroscopic techniques in the femoropatellar and femorotibial joints, advanced arthroscopic surgery of the hock, and important tenoscopic surgical techniques for bursoscopy. There will be lots of hands-on instruction with plenty pf top-level instructors to help with the key issues.

Arthroscopic (3) - Basic & Advanced Arthroscopic Surgery (Equine) - August 21-24, 2019

This course teaches the basic principles of equine arthroscopy and will provide detailed instruction on arthroscopic techniques at the advanced level.

Advanced Equine Dentistry for the Private Practitioner - December 4-6, 2019

The overall goal of this CE course is for private practitioners with a keen interest in dentistry to leave feeling more comfortable and prepared to handle more challenging malocclusions and extractions and to recognize and treat periodontal disease effectively.

More Continuing Education Courses

Our Continuing Education Courses are now at our new Translational Medicine Institute building. Go to for more continuing education courses and registration. Contact Geri Baker ( if you have any questions.