Dr. Cary appointed as department head.
API upgrades to College of Veterinary Medicine, first such school south of Pennsylvania and east of Kansas. Dr. Cary appointed as dean and serves until 1935.
First Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees awarded.
Dr. I.S. McAdory named dean and serves until 1940.
Cary Hall opens as the new veterinary building on main campus.
Dr. Redding Sugg appointed dean and serves until 1958.
is first female graduate.
Lucille Sandahl Dimmerling
Auburn becomes the veterinary college for six Southern states through an agreement of the Southern Regional Education Board, created by Dean Redding Sugg. Kentucky remains under that partnership today.
Dr. Jimmy Greene named dean and serves until 1977.
McAdory Hall, a large animal facility, opens on Wire Road.
Champion thoroughbred Bold Ruler referred to Auburn for throat cancer treatment. Small Animal Clinic, later renamed Hoerlein Hall, is constructed.
Basic Sciences Building opens, later renamed Greene Hall.
Raptor rehabilitation program begins and is later designated by federal wildlife officials as the Southeastern Raptor Rehabilitation Center.
Dr. Tom Vaughan named dean and serves until 1995.
Auburn University receives $11 million estate of Eleanor Ritchey and creates
the Scott Ritchey Research Center.
Holland M. Ware Imaging Center is dedicated.
Dr. Timothy Boosinger appointed dean.
Construction begins on a new Large Animal Teaching Hospital.
Critical Care Program established.
New Equine Lameness Diagnostic Arena completed, along with two equine wards.
New John Thomas Vaughan Large Animal Teaching Hospital dedicated.
New Raptor Center Amphitheater opened.