Student Loan Blog - Student Loan Calculator

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Through the New York State Young Farmers Loan Forgiveness Incentive Program is offered to encourage recent college graduates to pursue careers in farming in NYS. This Program provides loan forgiveness awards to individuals who obtain an undergraduate degree from an approved NYS college or university and agree to operate a farm in NYS, on a full-time basis, for five years. Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and the application process for the New York State Young Farmers Loan Forgiveness Incentive Program.


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Through the New York State Nursing Faculty Loan Forgiveness Incentive Program, also known as the NFLF program is offered to increase the number of nursing faculty members and adjunct clinical faculty teaching in the field of nursing in NYS. Awards are made annually to licensed registered nurses holding graduate degrees and who have taught in the field of nursing. Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and the application process for the New York State Nursing Faculty Loan Forgiveness Incentive Program.


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Through the New York State Licensed Social Worker Loan Forgiveness Program, also known as the LSWLF program is offered to increase the number of licensed social workers working in critical human service areas, including but not limited to the following fields: home care, health, mental health, substance abuse, aging, HIV/AIDS and child welfare or communities with multilingual needs. Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and the application process for the New York State Licensed Social Worker Loan Forgiveness Program.


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Through the New York State District Attorney And Indigent Legal Services Attorney Loan Forgiveness Program, also known as the DALF program is for qualifying New York Attorneys in an effort to retain experienced attorneys employed as District Attorneys, Assistant District Attorneys or Indigent Legal Services Attorneys throughout New York State. Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and application process for the New York State District Attorney And Indigent Legal Services Attorney Loan Forgiveness Program.


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The New Mexico Teacher Loan Repayment Program is designed to increase the number of teachers in designated high-need teacher positions in public schools through an educational loan repayment program. The program provides for repayment of the principal and reasonable interest accrued on loans obtained from the federal government for teacher education purposes. Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and application process for the New Mexico Teacher Loan Repayment Program.


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The New Mexico Public Service Loan Law Repayment Program offers legal education loan repayment awards to attorneys that provide legal services to low income or underserved residents of New Mexico. Applicants may qualify for up to $7,200 per year towards their student loan debt. Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and application process for the New Mexico Public Service Loan Law Repayment Program.


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Through the New Mexico Health Professional Loan Repayment Program, practicing health care professionals may qualify for up to $25,000 per year towards their student loan debt. As a condition of the program, a health professional must make a two-year service commitment to practice full-time in a designated medical shortage area in New Mexico. The HPLRP is a competitive program. Application to the program does not guarantee funding. Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and application process for the New Mexico Health Professional Loan Repayment Program.


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Through the New Jersey Primary Care Practitioner Loan Redemption Program, health care professionals who have completed their graduate training/residency program may apply for NJLRP. Primary care providers must agree to provide primary health care services at an NJLRP approved placement site for a minimum of two years (maximum four years). Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and application process for the New Jersey Primary Care Practitioner Loan Redemption Program.


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Through the New Hampshire State Loan Repayment Program, health care professionals may be able to qualify for student loan forgiveness in exchange for service in areas the State designates as being medically underserved. Through this program, you must agree to and commit to a contract with the state for a minimum of three years if full time and two years in the event that you are a part-time employee. Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and application process for the New Hampshire State Loan Repayment Program.


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Through the New Hampshire Bar Foundation Loan Forgiveness Program, applicants may be able to qualify student loan forgiveness in exchange for serving in the public sector and provides law school loan assistance, in the form of forgivable loans, to ensure the ability of NH Legal Assistance (NHLA), Legal Advice and Referral Center (LARC), Disabilities Rights Center (DRC), and New Hampshire Pro Bono (Pro Bono) to recruit and maintain a diverse body of highly qualified staff attorneys. Read on to see eligibility requirements, award amounts, and application process for the New Hampshire Bar Foundation Loan Forgiveness Program.