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Loan Repayment negotiations???

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by Spoiled1 Spoiled1, MSN, RN (Member) Member

Spoiled1 is a MSN, RN and specializes in Step-down ICU.

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I am curious to know if anyone has negotiated a loan re-payment agreement with any hospital in NC??? If so, how much did they repay, and what was the service agreement??I am wondering because I will have tons of student loans when I graduate (dec '08), and that makes me very nervous. Thanks.

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carolinas healthcare system understands that you will have numerous expenses as you begin your first professional nursing position, and we are pleased to offer you assistance with this transition! qualified participants will be eligible for up to $2000 in reimbursement for items such as uniforms, educational loans from a financial institution, the cost of an nclex review course and relocation assistance. eligibility to participate in this program includes the successful completion of the nclex within 90 days after graduation and beginning employment as an rn or lpn within 2 weeks of receiving your north carolina license. participants must provide proof of participation in an nclex review course and original receipts for reimbursement.

for more details about this program, please email us at newgradrn@carolinashealthcare.org or call us at 704-444-3090 or 800-541-4354.

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RN Zeke specializes in Postpartum, Antepartum, Psych., SDS, OR.

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What would the benefits be if you don't have a student loan or chose an alternate form of NCLEX review? Or one could look at it like a penalty for paying as we go and not owing any money!

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RN Zeke specializes in Postpartum, Antepartum, Psych., SDS, OR.

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UNC offers (for a traditional 4 year BSN) 10,000 for a 2 year contract, 15,000 for 3 yrs, and 20,000 for 4 years.

Good bonus! What about ADN's?

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Good bonus! What about ADN's?

I can't remember exactly what UNC offers ADNs for loan repayment. All I know is that is is less more for the same contracts (2,3,4 yrs) because ADN programs are generally less expensive than BSN programs.

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RN Zeke specializes in Postpartum, Antepartum, Psych., SDS, OR.

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I will look at UNC's web site. Thank's again.

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