Distinguished Air Force ROTC Cadet
Sara Rulli, a cadet lieutenant and special projects officer in the University of Arkansas Air Force ROTC program, is in her third year of attendance at the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences.
Cadet Rulli is set to graduate with honors, in the top 15% of her academic class in international studies. Her educational prowess, coupled with her philanthropic and military achievements, shows promise for a rewarding career.
Very active in the U of A culture, Rulli is an established member of Zeta Tau Alpha, Epsilon chapter, where she has served as its service chair overseeing the philanthropic endeavors of the 400-plus member chapter. Highlights include heading Breast Cancer Awareness events and education, volunteer services for local hospitals and nursing homes, and the facilitation of the preparation of care packages for military service members stationed overseas. In 2019, Cadet Rulli served on the ZTA's Slate Committee to select their 2020 Executive Council.
This past summer, Rulli attended AFROTC's version of basic military training, residentially known as, "Field." Rulli's outstanding performance there earned her the stratification of No. 5 of 373 cadets and recognition of Distinguished Graduate — an honor bestowed to the top 10% of cadet trainees. Rulli was integral in her team's achievement of Honor Flight, a title of distinction for one unit above the rest of the encampment, given its superior academic preparedness.
Rulli's involvement in Panhellenic politics, philanthropic endeavors, and commitment to the AFROTC program set her apart as a unique individual well-equipped for success. Cadet Rulli embodies a high standard of integrity and will undoubtedly continue to represent the university and the United States Air Force admirably as she embarks upon her exciting future.
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