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Paying for school... after bankruptcy

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Hey! So I am starting to look into schools in and around the Nashville area (MTSA, Murray State, Lincoln, NKU, etc). MTSA is my goal because its the closest one to me (I live 45min. Away) and I know several people who have went there and loved it. My problem is... I filed bankruptcy due to unforeseen medical debt. I also maxed out all my federal student loans when I went to respiratory school and then nursing school. So not only am I $68k in debt, but I filed bankruptcy which, according to what I have read, denies me from applying to the Grad Plus Loan. 

I did my job shadowing and I ask all the CRNAs at work randomly about things and I know this is something I want to do... but how do I pay for it??

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RicRock has 7 years experience as a MSN, CRNA and specializes in ICU, Anesthesia.

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I'm guessing you'll need someone who will cosign for you. 

Friend in my class was in same situation. 

Good Luck

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Defibn' has 6 years experience as a RN, EMT-P and specializes in SRNA.

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Yes. Cosigner will be needed. You may also want to look at a private lender, like Discover, but you will likely need a cosigner as well.

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