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Schools in Texas Near Fort Hood

Active Army personnel who like the wide open spaces of Texas find themselves right at home at Fort Hood. The military life here is exceptional. Fort Hood is the largest active duty armored post in the U.S. Its nickname is The Great Place because of the sized of the installation (340 square miles), as well as the newest housing and finest military medical facilities anywhere.

A Fort Hood education can be earned by attending one of the nearby colleges and universities. Fort Hood colleges offer a wide range of majors in undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Financial assistance and educational counseling are also available to help smooth the process of going back to school.

Here are a few of the colleges near Fort Hood:

  • Central Texas College at Killeen
  • Texas A&M at College Station
  • Tarleton State University in Stephenville
  • Temple College at Temple
  • University of Mary Hardin-Baylor at Belton

Active servicemembers are just a drive away from the educational opportunities that surround them.

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