On August 21, 2017, President Eduardo M. Ochoa addressed the crowd assembled for the annual Day of Welcome at the World Theater.
President Eduardo M. Ochoa received the Americanism Award at the National Daughter's of the American Revolution (DAR) Continental Congress.
Hello and welcome. It is a great pleasure for me to be here for this celebration of the success of so many students. I am sure that, for many of you, that day once seemed like a far-off dream. But you have turned it into reality. Congratulations.
Hello. My name is Eduardo Ochoa and I am president here at Cal State Monterey Bay. It is a great pleasure to welcome you all here today.
As our previous speakers have noted, it is an exciting time to be at Cal State Monterey Bay. Over the past few years, our university has grown both in enrollment and in academic reputation.
President Ochoa discusses the accomplishments of the past year and the university's plans for the future at the annual address, presented at the Day of Welcome event.
President Ochoa addresses the graduates, their family and friends at CSUMB's 19th Commencement.
Dr. Ochoa discusses the new vision mural and how it illustrates the university's continuing commitment to advancing its mission.
Dr. Ochoa discusses how Cal State Monterey Bay and Monterey Peninsula College can work together to meet regional educational needs.
I would like to welcome all of you in our audience today as we begin the 2014-15 academic year.
President Ochoa discusses the university's history and future with some long-time CSUMB supporters.
Dr. Ochoa opens the discussion of a coordinated strategy to develop livable spaces, viable businesses on the site of the former Fort Ord.
Dr. Ochoa discusses CSUMB's history and lays out his vision of the campus's future at his investiture ceremony.
Dr. Ochoa discusses his first full year as CSUMB president and the progress that has been made on a number of initiatives.