Nursing Loan Forgiveness for Healthier Futures
A program to help you repay your student loans through
an innovative loan forgiveness program. By working for
a participating Pennsylvania health care organization
or health system after graduation, up to 25 percent
or $12,500 of your eligible student loan debt can be
forgiven over three years of qualified employment. Read
A grant is free money usually based on financial need.
These awards do not have to be paid back. Read
Scholarships are considered gift aid, which do not
have to be repaid, and are often awarded for merit in
academics, athletics, or a particular field of study.
Scholarships may also be awarded based on ethnic background,
religious affiliation, and special interests. Read
Student loans are long-term, low-interest loans made
directly from the Federal Government or by private lending
institutions such as banks, savings and loan associations,
and credit unions. Pennsylvania residents or out-of-state
residents planning on attending a U.S. Department of
Education approved school in Pennsylvania can take advantage
of a number of student aid options including the nation’s
most affordable Stafford loan. Read
more about Pennsylvania's educational loans.
Students from across the nation also have a number
of discounted student aid options they can explore.
more about educational loans nationwide.
Work-study provides you with employment opportunities
both on and off campus to help pay for school costs.
Participation in a work-study program is based on your
financial need. Read
For more information, please visit the Other
Resources section of our website. The page contains
a comprehensive list of links to reputable financial
aid resources on the internet.