So, my uni has decided it is compulsory for all vet students to have a Q-fever vaccine, which is fair enough.

BUT, they expect us to pay for it ourselves, which will end up somewhere between $160-$250 depending where we go. They also expect all staff to have it done if they have not already, but the difference there is that the uni will reimburse staff for the costs.

Ummmm, last time I checked, most of us students are poor and struggling money-wise, so clearly we’re the ones who should be reimbursed! Or at least have the cost subsidised.


And rumour has it that other vet schools pay for the vaccinations/subsidise them. Is this true?!

lotrlockedwhovian:

That’s how you university.

lotrlockedwhovian:

That’s how you university.

65% pass mark for everything from now on?

oh shit.

vvebkin:

when the whole class knows they’re going to fail the test 

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colorthemwonderfulxo:

me trying to figure out life.

This year, I’m living on campus at uni in college style accommodation. Last week was o’week, and as I’m now one of the first year rezzies, we had a heap of orientation/initiation type activities all week. This photo was from by far the best night, where we had “the amazing race” around campus with fluoro paint being thrown on us at each station we reached. This was followed by a UV light party and it was all amazing fun!
The perks of living on campus!

This year, I’m living on campus at uni in college style accommodation. Last week was o’week, and as I’m now one of the first year rezzies, we had a heap of orientation/initiation type activities all week. This photo was from by far the best night, where we had “the amazing race” around campus with fluoro paint being thrown on us at each station we reached. This was followed by a UV light party and it was all amazing fun!

The perks of living on campus!

why-i-am-a-vet-student:

Ain’t this the truth!

why-i-am-a-vet-student:

Ain’t this the truth!