Hometown: Tomball, Texas
Major: M.S. in Biomedical Sciences
The current Finance and Logistics Officer for C-Battery, Ross made the decision to join the Corps of Cadets during his Junior year of his undergraduate studies at Texas A&M. He is currently a member of the O.R. Simpson Honor Society.
“The Corps has allowed me to achieve a more enriched experience at Texas A&M as compared to just being a regular student. Because I joined as an undergraduate junior, it was cool to be so accepted into my buddy class and outfit as a ‘fish’. My Master’s program allowed me to continue on with the Corps for 4 years and complete my white belt years as a graduate student,” Ross said of his time in the Corps.
Outside of his involvement with the Corps of Cadets, Ross works as a Student Researcher with the Texas A&M Vet School and is a member of the Biomedical Sciences Association.
Upon graduating from Texas A&M, Ross will attend the Royal Veterinary College in London, England. Ross hopes to one day return to Texas and open his own veterinary practice or find a career in the veterinary research field.
View the video below to learn more about Ross and his journey with the Corps of Cadets.