The continued government shutdown may force many active-duty soldiers to pay out-of-pocket for the cost for their classes, according to officials from Central Texas College.
CTC courses for the military at 140 sites across the globe, including Fort Hood, began this week. Normally, many of those military personnel would pay for classes using the military’s Tuition Assistance Program. However, the program was suspended Oct. 1 due to the federal government shutdown.
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