I heard MSN programs can get paid for?
- 0Sep 24, '10 by thenewguy8I thought I had read something on here about how, b/c of the great need of NPs right now, there are ways to get your degree paid for. Is that true? I think what I was reading about referred specifically to primary care fields.
Is it a loan reimbursement program? I'm not sure I would qualify for loans (do they look at just income or also assetts in your name, like investments?).
Any info would be great - just trying to find out everything i can.
- 1Sep 24, '10 by juan de la cruz GuideI'm aware of student loan repayment through HRSA: http://www.hrsa.gov/loanscholarships/index.html and an Advanced Nursing Education Traineeship: https://www.cfda.gov/?s=program&mode...5353be31eb69ac. I qualified for the latter when I was in my MSN program. They paid my tuition for up to 8 credits each semester in my program (I think the payment and the number of grantees vary by school). There is no employment commitment and it is not need based.
- 0Sep 27, '10 by PsychiatricNPI am currently in a Psych NP program and receive HRSA funding. It pays the majority of my tuition (at the in-state rate as I am charged out-of-state resident tuition - my university waives out-of-state tuition if you receive funding over a certain level) as well as a monthly stipend. There is no employment obligation or repayment required. You are subject to meeting certain criteria. HRSA traineeships/fellowships are awarded by your academic institution if you meet the eligibility criteria and they have funding available. The HRSA traineeship is excellent - I would advise you to get in touch with your financial aid officer or scholarship coordinator to see if this might be an option for you.