SUNY Cortland Salutes Class of 2018 Veterans

SUNY Cortland Salutes Class of 2018 Veterans

07/03/2018 

SUNY Cortland would like to recognize the 10 student veterans and the two Reserve Officers’ Training Corps students who were part of the Class of 2018.

Those students are: Corrine Edick ’18 (Navy), Ryan Enos ’18 (Air Force), Matthew Fogarty ’18 (Army), Keith Fresh ’18 (Army), Savanna Hotaling ‘18 (Army), Kenneth Irving, Jr. ’18 (Army), Tyler Loudon ’18 (Army), Andrew Sicilliano ’18 (Marines), Augustus Taylor ’18 (Navy) and Brian Zoll ’18 (Army). Declan Fabrizio ’18 and Jeffrey Hock ’18 were commissioned as Second Lieutenants in the U.S. Army.

“As we prepare to celebrate the Fourth of July, it is especially fitting for SUNY Cortland to thank you for your strong commitment and service to our country,” said President Erik J. Bitterbaum. “Heartiest congratulations to our newest alumni veterans.”

SUNY Cortland’s Advisement and Transition Office offers support for non-traditional students, who are age 24 or older, have dependent children, had an interruption in their education or have served in the armed forces. The College has approximately 300 non-traditional students, many of whom commute from across Central New York.


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