Not me, but this happened to my friend from college Amy. Amy was involved in a program at college that paid for part of her education, but she had to take certain classes for it as well as have a job within the program. One of the classes she was supposed to take her sophomore year, conflicted with the internship she had to take for her major. She spoke to the people in charge of the program and they told her it would be no problem and that she could take the class her senior. Then when senior year comes, they told her that they weren't going to offer that class during the normal school year, but they would definitely offer it the first summer session for her. So she could take it and be finished with school by June instead of May. She would still be earning her bachelor's degree in her major in May, but if she didn't complete this one course for that program, then she'd have to pay back her scholarship money.
Amy accepted a job offer in another state to start after June. Then here it is the last semester of school and the head of the program comes back and says that will no longer be able to offer that class in May instead she'll have to come back for Fall Semester and take it. She also wouldn't be able to just take the class, she would have to be registered and taking enough credits as a full time student. So Amy resigned herself to this and figured she'd just take 12 credits of easy/fun classes and all that. Then the program informed her that wasn't sufficient, she had to be taking classes for her major and since she'd already earned her Bachelor's she'd have to go ahead and start working on her Master's.
The one good thing was that Amy was going to be allowed to complete that class at another university close to her job. So here she was working full-time and going to school full-time to get a Master's degree that she hadn't planned on getting. When she started up with the program at the new school, the job assignment they gave her was to recruit high school students for the program.