How can I find money for my education?

Click on the logos below to check out some of these sites for information and applications. Remember it is important to apply for student loans and scholarships before school starts so you don't miss out.

 

 Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program

The PSLF Program was established to encourage individuals to enter and remain in public service jobs. The program allows eligible borrowers to cancel the remaining balance of their Direct Loans after serving full time at a public service organization for at least 10 years while making 120 qualifying monthly payments. Visit FedLoan Servicing for more information.

  

 

As college tuition costs continue to rise, it is still possible to offset some of the costs of earning a public health degree by tapping into a variety of available scholarships and grants. To help students find more information, our guide dissects a sample listing of undergraduate, graduate, and specialized scholarships.


 NACo

 

NACo/Nationwide will be awarding a $2,000 scholarship to four (4) high school seniors this year whose parent or grandparent participates in a 457 plan within the NACo Deferred Compensation Program. Students may go online and complete the submission form and required essay from January 13, 2014 through March 2, 2014. Please, read the flyer for more information.

 FAFSA

 

Fill out the FAFSA to apply for student loans 

 FinAid

 

 Your guide to financial aid

 fastweb

 Your source for scholarship information


       Private Student Loans Guide - Eligibility, Costs, Best Repayment, & Warnings                                            

                                                                                                          

 

 

Attention Healthcare Professionals. The Health Professions Education Foundation and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) offer scholarships for students and loan repayment for professionals already in the field. Visit our Especially for Healthcare Professionals page.

The Department of Education and Federal Trade Commission 
Guide on Deceptive Student Loan Marketing
For advice to students, parents and others on how to spot deceptive marketing, tips on how to navigate the consolidation loan market, and information on how to file a complaint against a lender, visit the
Department of Education and Federal Trade Commission website.