How many CE hours are offered?

2020 Continuing Education (CE) Credit Information

Full Conference Registration for Veterinarians with Labs: Up to 48 CE Hours*

Full Conference Registration for Veterinarians and Technicians without Labs: Up to 39 CE Hours

Please check with your respective state regarding the acceptance of hours spent inside the Exhibit Hall for continuing education credit.

Potential CE Credits:

Saturday, February 15: 8 Hours*
Sunday, February 16: 8 Hours*/7 Hours
Monday, February 17: 10 Hours
Tuesday, February 18: 12 Hours
Wednesday, February 19: 10 CE Hours

CE Credit Calculations:

  • 50-minute sessions = 1 CE Hour
  • Hands-on labs are accredited based on the hours attended.
  • To qualify for your CE Certificate, your badge must have been printed.

Attention Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians licensed in Texas: To meet the requirements for the State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners, you must check in at the TX counter at Onsite Registration. Before leaving the conference stop by the TX counter to sign your CE certificate and take it with you. Due to state CE requirements, your certificate will not be available online. If you are licensed in Texas and did not register with a Texas address, please inform the attendant at the CE counter, and a certificate will be printed and ready for you when you check out.

The 2020 Scientific Program is subject to change, so please visit for the most up-to-date information.

*Includes hours obtained by purchasing Hands-on Labs and Workshops (additional fees apply)

This program will be submitted (but is not yet approved) for 39 CE Hours (Vet & Vet Tech without a lab and 48 CE Hours (Vet with lab) hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize RACE approval.