California State University Fullerton
Cadets stand in formation at the Fullerton Arboretum awaiting the commencement of the Spring Awards Ceremony. Each semester, over 20 organizations present awards to cadets in the Titan Battalion. Cadets are recognized for excelling in academics and physical fitness. Some of the organizations present awards that include scholarships, plaques, certificates, and one deserving cadet is given the “Top Cadet” award and is presented with a pistol.

Spring Awards Ceremony 2010

Cadets stand in formation at the Fullerton Arboretum awaiting the commencement of the Spring Awards Ceremony. Each semester, over 20 organizations present awards to cadets in the Titan Battalion. Cadets are recognized for excelling in academics and physical fitness. Some of the organizations present awards that include scholarships, plaques, certificates, and one deserving cadet is given the “Top Cadet” award and is presented with a pistol.

Cadet Andrew Barclay

MS II

"I am currently enrolled in Biola University and majoring in Christian Ed. with a minor in Bible and in Military Science. My goal in the Army is to become proficient in all my duties earning the rank of second lieutenant through the ROTC program and to branch Military Police. Aside from the Army serving the Lord and playing music is my life Hooah!"

Cadet Christa Angeles

MS III

"I am a senior undergraduate majoring in Cognitive Science and minoring in Management. Besides ROTC, I am a Public Relations Manager for a Social Science umbrella organization that caters to transfer students, and also a Fundraising Manager for another organization. My interests include learning a new culture, event planning, and social media marketing. The more I immerse myself in various ROTC activities and realize how they follow through in my undergraduate career, the more motivated I am to pursue a graduate degree and serve as a Clinical Psychologist in the Army."

Cadet Zackary Hartley

MS III

Zackary Hartley has always wanted to be an officer in the Army.  ROTC was able to fulfill his dreams of attending the Army's Airborne School at Fort Benning, GA in January of 2009.  He is going to the Leadership Development and Assessment Course this summer in Fort Lewis, WA, then traveling to Schofield Barracks, HI where he will be embedded with the 3rd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division for three weeks to see what it's like to be an Infantry officer in an active duty unit.  He plans to branch Infantry in May of 2011 and would like to be stationed in Fort Bragg, NC.