CWU Mostly Protected from Government Shutdown
Central Washington University says its students are mostly protected from the government shutdown.
Administrators say the school worked to process as many federal financial aid and contingency plans before the fiscal year ended, receiving reimbursement for most of those incurred costs.
However, the school's Army ROTC program received a direct hit.
Government services employees had to be furloughed, which will delay books, tuition, room and board and monthly stipends for cadets, since appropriate paperwork cannot be processed.