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Drury to Offer Deferred Payment Plan to Active Duty Military Due to Government Shutdown

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Drury University has announced an offer to defer payment plans for active duty military as a response to the government shutdown.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Drury University has announced an offer to defer payment plans for active duty military as a response to the government shutdown.

According to a press release, this move comes as an effort to relieve a hardship placed on many active duty and active reserve military personnel who are left without the ability to pay for college classes due to the shutdown.

Affected students may choose to defer tuition charges for the term that begins Oct. 21, while they seek other funding.

For others who are affected and unable to secure other financial assistance, Drury is offering an extended payment plan, according to the release.

To obtain assistance for the October 2013 academic session, students must apply for or have a current Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file.

Students who choose to enroll in an extended payment plan will have the first payment due December 2, with the last payment on April 1, 2014.

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