During the service, some 463 degree candidates will receive their diplomas
The 2013 graduating students represent 137 from the College of Osteopathic Medicine (Doctoral Degree); 103 from the College of Pharmacy (Doctoral Degree); 89 from the Master of Public Health Program.
In addition, 65 from the Graduate School of Education (Master's Degree); 43 from the Physician's Assistant Program (Master's Degree); 16 from the Master of Science in Medical Health Sciences; and 10 from the Master of Science in Medical Health Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Speakers include Touro University California (TUC) graduating students Michael David Dick, Steve Kim, and Martha McCoy, each representing the College of Osteopathic Medicine, College of Pharmacy, and the College of Education and Health Sciences, respectively.
"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," Touro Provost and Chief Operating Officer Marilyn Hopkins said. "We have some of the most dynamic students in the country and I'm excited to have them representing our University."
The Class of 2013 represents Touro University California's largest graduating class.