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    Help!!! I am due to start an accelerated BSN program this fall in the state of Kentucky. However, I am a resident of Ohio and will love any advice on options for funding this program. I am in a second degree and do not qualify for fafsa of any sort. Neither do I qualify for the tuition assistance offered in Ohio because my school is in Kentucky. And I do not qualify for tuition assistance in Kentucky because I am a resident of Ohio, not Kentucky.
    Any information on hospital or government tuition assistance programs in Ohio or Kentucky are very welcome.
    Also, I will appreciate information about private loans with good interest rates and conditions. I am new to all of this as my first bachelors was not obtained in the USA.
    Thank you all in advance for any information.
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    Help!!! I am due to start an accelerated BSN program this fall in the state of Kentucky. However, I am a resident of Ohio and will love any advice on options for funding this program. I am in a second degree and do not qualify for fafsa of any sort. Neither do I qualify for the tuition assistance offered in Ohio because my school is in Kentucky. And I do not qualify for tuition assistance in Kentucky because I am a resident of Ohio, not Kentucky.
    Any information on hospital or government tuition assistance programs in Ohio or Kentucky are very welcome.
    Also, I will appreciate information about private loans with good interest rates and conditions. I am new to all of this as my first bachelors was not obtained in the USA.
    Thank you all in advance for any information.
    If you work at UK hospital, they pay 6 credit hours per semester, they also offer scholarships for employees accepted to a nursing program, then reimbursement once you graduate.
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    Thank you so much for your reply. Unfortunately, I am not working at present and cannot benefit from any employer plan. I left my job so I could concentrate on finishing my prereqs.


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