This article introduces the Veterinary Professions Advising Center (VetPAC) value-added approach to pre-veterinary advising and seeks to evaluate the effectiveness of the model. Many majors including, animal science, zoology, poultry science, and biochemistry, utilize VetPAC, as an exclusive pre-veterinary advising center. A qualitative and quantitative analysis of the online advising scheduler utilized by VetPAC indicated that students make use of VetPAC advising for a variety of pre-veterinary track planning queries, including veterinary application review and career mapping. Students registered with VetPAC met with the Director an average of 1-2 times per academic year. The highest number of advising sessions in the Fall semesters were held in August (32 appointments on average) for vet school application reviews, while the highest number of advising sessions in the Spring semester were held in February (21 appointments on average) for internships and experiential opportunities advisement. Of the VetPAC advisees who gained entrance into a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) program, an average of 86.8% attended the College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) at North Carolina State University (NCSU). Results of this study demonstrate that VetPAC’s value-added approach to advising is heavily utilized by pre-veterinary students at NCSU.