Missouri Student Loan Forgiveness Programs
Missouri has several student loan forgiveness programs that are specific to just the State of Missouri.
However, residents of the State of Missouri can also potentially qualify for various Federal student loan forgiveness programs.
You can find a great list of Federal student loan forgiveness programs here: Top Student Loan Forgiveness Programs.
Missouri Loan Forgiveness Programs
Program: PRIMO Student Loan Program
- Amount: Varies
- Description: The PRIMO Student Loan Program is a competitive State program that awards forgivable loans to students pursuing health care training leading to Missouri licensure.
- Requirements: Must be in an eligible health field
- Program Information: http://health.mo.gov/living/families/primarycare/primo/
Program: Health Professional Nursing Student Loans
- Amount: Up to $2,500 or $5,000
- Description: Professional and Practical Nursing Student Loans provide financial aid to students pursuing careers as licensed practical nurses or professional nurses in underserved areas of Missouri.
- Requirements: To be eligible, the applicant must be a Missouri resident attending a Missouri institution seeking education leading to licensure as a practical or professional nurse. Missouri residents are those who lived in this state for more than one year for any purpose other than to attend an educational institution. Must be enrolled or accepted full-time (with the exception of Doctoral students seeking Ph.D., D.N.P. or Ed.D.) and the nursing program must have an 80% pass rate. Pass rates can be obtained from the State Board of Nursing website. If selected to participate, students must maintain a minimum of a 2.5 grade point average.
- Program Information: http://health.mo.gov/living/families/primarycare/healthprofloans/
Program: Missouri Health Professional State Loan Repayment Program
- Amount: Up to $50,000
- Description: The Missouri Health Professional State Loan Repayment Program provides educational loan repayment to qualifying health professionals in exchange for practice in a Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA) in Missouri.
§ Must be a US Citizen
§ Must be a Missouri Resident
§ Must be licensed to practice in Missouri
§ Must maintain qualifying employment
§ Must agree to 2 year commitment
§ Must agree to provide primary care to the general population
- Program Information: http://health.mo.gov/living/families/primarycare/loanrepayment/
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