I'm thinking about giving up this wait and going to Apollo. Tuition is up to $46K. They mentioned in the info session that they contract with certain hospitals that will do up to $18K loan forgiveness for Apollo students. I've since heard from an Apollo student who told me not to believe that because that those hospitals have reached their quotas for loan forgiveness. Now, this I would verify before taking as fact, but the hospitals Apollo has this agreement with are not really ideal hospitals for me, mainly because of distance.
One Apollo student told me not to worry about that because, she says, almost every hospital has loan forgiveness. But then I remember reading on here someone saying that it's actually not that common to find anymore.
So my question is, do most hospitals offer loan forgivness? I would think if they offer $5K per year education reimbursement that they might as well offer at least that much for loan forgiveness in order to get RNs.
It all boils down to I'm trying find a way to justify the $46K!!!!