Idaho Student Loan Forgiveness Programs
Idaho has a student loan forgiveness programs that is specific to just the State of Idaho.
However, residents of the State of Idaho 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.
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Idaho Loan Forgiveness Programs
Program: Idaho State Loan Repayment Program
- Amount: Varies
- Description: The State Loan Repayment Program (SLRP) is a multi-discipline, state-based loan repayment program for practitioners working for a nonprofit or public entity located in a federally-designated Health Professional Shortage Area.
§ Be employed or contracted by a nonprofit or public entity located in a Health Professional Shortage Area;
§ Ensure individuals at or below 200% of the most recent HHS Poverty Guidelines will receive a schedule of discounts, and individuals with income at or below 100% of the HHS Poverty Guidelines will receive services at a nominal fee or at no charge;
§ Accept Medicare, Medicaid, and the Children’s Health Insurance Program;
§ Commit to working two-years at the practice location in exchange for loan repayment and agree to substantial repayment penalties if the term of service is not completed;
§ Not have concurrent service obligations;
§ Agree to participate in a site visit with staff from the Bureau of Rural Health & Primary Care during the obligation period.
- Program Information: Click here
Looking for options to pay for college in Idaho? Check out this guide to Idaho Student Loan Programs and Financial Aid Options.
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