Representtives from nearly 30 organizations serving military veterans will be available during the expo.
Seventeen cadets complete the Basic Peace Officers course.
Due to the phased implementation outlined in legislation, students and visitors to campus are advised neither open or concealed handguns are allowed on CTC premises until August 1, 2017, when concealed weapons will be allowed. Colleges and universities are excluded from the open carry law.
CTC alum donates $5,000 for computer science scholarships.
New Texas carry law does not apply to CTC or other schools; concealed weapons still illegal in campus buildings. Concealed carry does not apply to CTC or other community or junior colleges until August 1, 2017.
New certificate programs offered in accounting and nursing as well as other classes.
Licensed Vocational Nursing students and those in the Associate Degree in Nursing program received their pins signifying the passage of a student nurse to a practicing nurse.
Nine new members inducted into CTC honor society.
Members of the CTC-MSSA Cohort 8 class graduated Friday, Oct. 16.
Through the Veterans Opportunity to Work (VOW) Act, CTC continues to increase training, program and career opportunities for transitioning soldiers.
The following was written in part by Sgt. Dominique Clarke, 504th BFSB Public Affairs at West Fort Hood.