Temple University
These events teach the Cadets the aspects of professional etiquette during formal events. While throughout the semester the Cadets are trained on the aspects of being a profound leader, the most important aspect, networkability, is applied at the end of the year. During the event, Cadets are allowed to bring a date, and the graduating Cadets are presented with their branch pins. Many Cadets look back and realize that these and most of the ROTC events are the most memorable and valuable activities during their college career.

Each Spring semester, the Cadets attire in their Class A uniform to attend a formal military dining event. During the Spring of 2011, the event was held at The Union League in Philadelphia, PA.

These events teach the Cadets the aspects of professional etiquette during formal events. While throughout the semester the Cadets are trained on the aspects of being a profound leader, the most important aspect, networkability, is applied at the end of the year. During the event, Cadets are allowed to bring a date, and the graduating Cadets are presented with their branch pins. Many Cadets look back and realize that these and most of the ROTC events are the most memorable and valuable activities during their college career.

Joe Diberardinis

Criminal Justice Major

I joined ROTC to serve and  defend a nation that I proudly support. In my spare time I enjoy running in marathons, going to concerts and going on long hikes with my dog. I also enjoy the outdoors.

Richard Vogt

Political Science

I joined because I view being an Army Officer as a great stepping off point for future leadership opportunities elsewhere. I enjoy running, hiking and going to the movies.

Lambert

David Gay

Criminal Justice Major

Clancy

Criminal Justice Major

I joined ROTC to gain valuable leadership skills and to serve my country. I recently became a certified scuba diver, often play baseball, and play soccer, as well as several Call of Duty marathons.

Galen Meador

Political Science Major

I joined ROTC in order to pay for school. Coming out of high school I was unsure what to do, and the Army provided the answer for me. In my free time I do a lot of writing, I enjoy reading and listening to music. 

Alex Keegan

Buisness Marketing Major

I joined Army ROTC because at a young age I wanted to join the Army like my father. Through my life experiences and the values that I have brought up to hold, I found that it was my civic duty to serve for my country. Logically, I wanted to go college to further my education, thus ROTC was the best way for me to accomplish both. Becoming an Army Officer gives me the best leadership course the country has to offer allowing me to excel in the civilian business sector in my future endeavors.

Most often I find myself at the golf course, cooking in the kitchen or entertaining a marathon of Star Wars.

Nouchi

Arts & Crafts Major- University of the Arts of Philadelphia

I joined ROTC so I could serve in the Army National Guard and pursue a civilian career, aided by my military experience.  I am a fine artist working with craft-based media, including fiber and glass, as well as an avid photographer.

Francis Burghart

Sports & Recreation Management Major

I joined ROTC so that I could go to school, while continuing my service in the Army Reserves and graduate with a Commission. After college, I hope I may be granted with the privilege of leading troops in a long military career.

I am frequently found  riding motorcycles, scuba diving, working on my cars and acquiring the occasional tattoo.

Paul Jokiel

Psych & Modern Philosophy

I joined the ROTC after my experience as an enlisted soldier with the U.S. Army Reserves, where I finished as a SSG. After a deployment I realized that troops deserve quality leadership, which I believe that I can provide. I personally find training, leading, and helping soldiers to be one of the most rewarding things I have done with my life and intend to continue with that course of action, except in larger ways.

In my spare time I enjoy listening Electronic Dance Music. I’m into video gaming, paper and pencil roleplaying games, and table top wargaming.

Jesse Rodeheaver

Nathan Rozzelle

Christopher Albert

History

Cameron Alber

Criminal Justice

I joined ROTC so I could have the military aspect while I went to school, and so that I could receive a commissioning as a Army Officer.

I greatly enjoy rock climbing and running as often as I can, as well as local boxing clubs to relieve the stressors of college.

Joseph Bartolacci

Criminal Justice

I joined Army ROTC because the valuable leadership opportunities and comradery. With my free time I enjoy mountain biking and playing baseball.

Jacob Dirlam

Criminal Justice

Derrick Funk

Kendal King

Andrew Le

Criminal Justice

Eric Leon

Nick Nguyen

Education/History

I joined ROTC in order to expand on my college experience and to gain leadership skills. In my free time I like to read, write, and hang out with friends. 

Michael Stoll

History

I joined ROTC for the opportunity to serve my country and to develop leadership skills while taking college classes. In my spare time I enjoy playing soccer, fishing and traveling.

Nadine Wiley

Linda Williams