Tower Guard was honored to be included in the May 2 edition of MSU Today. The article highlights the induction ceremony for the Tower Guard, one of the oldest student organization on campus. The members of the Tower Guard devote 120 hours of community service to the RCPD during their sophomore year and are comprised of the top 5% of their class.
A Tower Guard inductee gleefully accepts a Rose at the ceremony. Photo by Stepheni Schlinker.
Angela Sebald, Blindness/Visual Impairment and Media Access Specialist, who works closely with Tower Guard students and spoke at the ceremony said, "It is a bittersweet day for me to say goodbye to the students that I've gotten to know all year but welcome new students into our family."
She continued, "as a parent, you want your kid to be in Tower Guard. You want to know that your child is not only smart, but wants to give back and serve their community."
(Left to right) Angela Sebald, Mike Jenkins, Michael Hudson, and Heidi Schroeder at the ceremony. Photo by Stepheni Schlinker.
RCPD is thankful for all of the service from Tower Guard. Their kindness and devotion to their fellow student body is truly unlike any other.