The suspension of the military’s tuition assistance program due to the partial government shutdown will cost Central Texas College millions of dollars.
According to a report presented to the college’s board of trustees on Thursday, CTC expects a $2 million to $3 million loss in revenue due to the suspension of the federal program, which pays tuition costs for active-duty service members.
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