Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference FAQs

Have a question about the Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference? Find the answer here! If your question is not listed, please feel free to contact us.

dvm360®’s top priority is ensuring the safety and security of our attendees, staff, and operational personnel. We are dedicated to remaining informed about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic at the global and local levels. As we develop the programming for this activity, dvm360® will follow the guidelines to optimize health and conditions for attendees during the event. Ongoing updates on dvm360® plans related to this event, including education and programming, will continue to be available at Please note attendance at any public event increases the risk of contracting COVID-19 or other airborne illness, and attendees assume all risk associated with attendance. Any attendees who feel ill, regardless of their symptoms, should not attend this event.

Event basics

When and where does ACVC take place?

The 2021 Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference® (ACVC™) will be held October 11-14, 2021 at the Atlantic City Convention Center. Check back soon for more information.

Where can I find out more information about the sessions that will be presented?

The 2021 agenda will be coming soon. Until then please view the 2019 on site conference guide to better understand the conference flow, the past educational presentations provided, as well as the exhibitors who joined us.

Whom Should I contact if I have questions?

Phone: (800) 255-6864. Our office is currently closed because of shelter-in-place regulations, so please leave a voice message, and we will return your call before the end of the next business day.



How many hours of CE can I get?

The number of hours you can get will depend on the 2021 agenda. In 2019, a full conference attendance at ACVC let you earn up to 21 hours of continuing education credit.

Is ACVC education RACE-approved?

Yes! All of our conference education in the past has been RACE-approved. Programs are submitted and approved for RACE accreditation in advance of the event. (Quick note: You’ll want to check with your state’s board for the number of hours it approves. Some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education.)


What if I need special accommodations?

ACVC fully complies with the legal requirements of the ADA and the rules and regulations thereof. If any participant in this educational activity is in need of accommodations, please indicate this on your registration form, and we’ll contact you for any additional information if needed. You can also contact us directly for additional questions about needs.


What is your video and photography policy?

The Atlantic Coast Veterinary Conference reserves the exclusive rights to all recordings or reproductions of the conference and supporting materials. Unauthorized recording, by any means, is expressly prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, recording of presentations or reproductions of supporting audio/visual materials, exhibits and other supporting continuing education materials.

By attending an ACVC conference, meeting or related activity (“Events”), all participants, attendees, exhibitors, sponsors and guests (“you”) create an agreement between you and ACVC regarding the use and distribution of your image, including but not limited to your name, voice and likeness (“Image”). By attending the Events, you acknowledge and agree that photographs, video, and/or audio recordings may be taken of you and you grant permission to ACVC (and its agents) to utilize, in perpetuity, your Image in any electronic or print distribution, or by other means hereinafter created, both now and in the future, for any lawful purpose as determined by ACVC.