More than 450 students from the College of Osteopathic Medicine to the Graduate School of Education will receive diplomas. Several student speakers will be honored and address the audience.
"This year's honorary student speakers have not only achieved great success in their education but are also strong embodiments of Touro University California's mission to serve, to lead and to teach," said Marilyn Hopkins, provost and chief operating officer at the university on Mare Island. "We have some of the most dynamic students in the country and I'm excited to have them representing our university."
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