Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC) has a non tobacco campus. Their veterinary technology program is one than needs to be applied and accepted into in order to get in this line of work. It is a small campus and is close to home.
My school is cheaper and much more closer to my home. It also has small amouts of students in the classrooms and we do most of our work at school versus at home.
Smaller classes which are good for anyone who is coming out of a small highschool. It makes the transition from highschool to college much easier
It's in an amazing location with lots to do and it's inexpensive, so it is a great school to go to if you are an out of state resident in need of your undergraduate credits while obtaining state residency.
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