CSUF News Service

ROTC Cadets to Be Commissioned at May 19 Ceremony

Portrait of Marion Garcia

Brig. Gen. Marion Garcia

What:

Eighteen U.S. Army cadets in Cal State Fullerton's Reserve Officer Training Corps will be commissioned for duty as second lieutenants at a May 19 ceremony. Once commissioned, most of the soon-to-be new officers will undergo up to a year of officer training, then report to their respective duty stations in the United States or abroad.

Keynote Speaker:

Brig. Gen. Marion Garcia, commander of the 200th Military Police Command at Fort Meade, Maryland

When:

10 a.m. Friday, May 19

Where:

Cal State Fullerton's Titan Gym
800 N. State College Blvd., Fullerton 92831

The Cadets:

The ROTC program welcomes cadets from other universities and colleges, as well as CSUF. The cadets, who are completing bachelor's degrees, and their educational institutions are:

  • Joshua Cole, business administration, Biola University
  • Alec Correa, history, CSUF
  • Glorianne De Leon, health science, CSUF
  • Andy Diep, psychology, CSUF
  • Amber Gonzalez, communication studies, CSUF
  • Katherine Harris, American studies, CSUF
  • Steve Hatton, sociology/criminology, Biola University
  • Brent Haub, computer information systems, Chapman University
  • Amy Kim, mathematics, CSUF
  • Steven Landis, mathematics, CSUF
  • Michael Le, nursing, CSUF
  • Jonathan Nguyen, business administration-information systems, CSUF
  • Michael Precuitti, health sciences, Chapman University
  • Michael Ramos, criminal justice, CSUF
  • Alex Shen, psychology, CSUF
  • Nathan Vellappally, history, CSUF
  • Clark Weldon, cinema and media arts, Biola University
  • Daniel White, history, CSUF

Contact:

For more information, contact the Department of Military Science at 657-278-3007.

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