I'm a SPC/P a month away from having 4 years in the Army. I'm a 68W sitting on 493 promotion points. I was told two weeks ago that I was to atted WLC (begins next week). I really want to go to WLC. In fact, I asked to be sent. My problem is the short notice. I was encouraged to, and did, sign up for college courses and I have been attending on-line all summer. My NCO's were aware of all this. When I was told about WLC (it lasts 26 days here) I asked about college. My PSG said 'You 'should' be able to keep up with school at WLC.' I'm wondering if that is really true. I'm taking 6 hours of senior level course work and it usually takes up most of my free time (doesn't interfere with work or the gym). My PSG also told me I need to 'get my priorities straight.' I understand what he is saying and don't disagree. However, if I drop or fail these classes at this point I will owe 1,500 back in TA. I really don't want to look like I'm bowing out because of lack of drive or ability. I've got a 288 PT score, consider myself a competent medic, have a deployment, and have worked as a squad leader and team leader for the last year. I think I'm ready to be a SGT, my superiors have said they think I'm ready. I'm just at a loss here. If I fail WLC I'm sure I'll lose my P, but 1500 buck is a hefty bit of money and it will set my graduation back an entire semester (supposed to graduate next march). Any advise on how to handle this and save face at the same time?