CSUEB's veterans welcome reception postponed to January
- October 31, 2011
Cal State East Bay's annual veterans welcome reception, originally scheduled for Nov. 2, has been postponed until January. The specific date of the event will be announced later. Students, faculty and staff – especially military veterans – will be invited to attend.
“We urge everyone to come to welcome CSUEB’s new and continuing veteran students back to campus,” said Deborah Hansana, the university’s veterans affairs coordinator.
Attendees will learn about veteran benefits and services, as well as well as Cal State East Bay’s student support programs. They also can get acquainted with current and former members of the military attending classes at the university.
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