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Veteran Alumni Organization

Welcome to the Veteran Alumni Organization


Mission: Provide camaraderie, networking and scholarship to current student veterans. Ensure that veteran alumni receive the care entitled to them. Support our fellow veteran alumni in all lawful ways.

Did you get the latest edition of the Veteran Alumni Organization Newsletter, the Dr. Lauren Post Post?

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Upcoming Events


VAO Spouses and Dependents Mixer
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Date: May 19, 2016
Time: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Get to know the other spouses and dependents of the Veteran Alumni Organization at SDSU!

View the complete SDSU Alumni calendar of events.

Chapter Leaders

Erika Armenta
Erika Armenta
 
College of Sciences

BS '15
Leanne Babcock
Leanne Babcock
Secretary
College of Education

BS '08
David Barker
David Barker
Financial Manager
College of Business

BS '96
Deserea Bockness
Deserea Bockness
 
College of Sciences

BA '15
Nathaniel Donnelly
Nathaniel Donnelly
Executive Vice President
College of Arts & Letters

BA '09, MBA '13
Dan Gomes
Dan Gomes
President
College of Business

BS '01
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Dennis Higgins
Dennis Higgins
 
College of Business

BS '13
Ben Miller
Ben Miller
 
College of Business

BS '11, MS '13
TJ Ortega
TJ Ortega
 
College of PSFA

BS '13
Josh Pederson
Josh Pederson
 
College of Business

BS '13, MS '15
Jonathan Reiland
Jonathan Reiland
Student Veteran Organization President
College of Engineering

From the Archives


World War II San Diego State College Servicemen's Correspondence Collection, 1941-1945

Letter to Dr. Post
This collection consists of letters received from servicemen, servicewomen, and their families during the Second World War.  It also includes letters sent to Lauren Post for his information in compiling the SDSC newsletter, San Diego State College Service Men's News Letter, which later changed its name to The Aztec News Letter. At the end of the war, The Aztec News Letter was circulated to over 3,000 service and homefront readers.