Health Education Financial Aid
Many rural areas experience shortages of physicians, dentists, nurses, pharmacists, and other essential health care providers. Many government and private sources offer programs which assist students with the cost of education in health care fields through grants, loans, fellowships, scholarships, and student loan repayment.
Some programs require a specified term of service in an underserved area or have other special conditions. General student financial aid is also available to qualified applicants. This guide is designed to help you locate programs and organizations which make health education more accessible and affordable.
State Higher Education Agency
Provides information on each state's education programs, colleges and universities, financial aid assistance programs, grants, scholarships, continuing education programs and career opportunities.
There are more organizations related to Health Education Financial Aid in the organizations section.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Is there a loan repayment program for faculty who work in a health profession?
- Are there grants, fellowships and cooperative programs available in specific health profession areas?
- Where is there information on repaying a student loan?
- What is the first step in applying for financial aid?
- What is the FAFSA form and how is it accessed?
- What types of loans and grants are available for student financial aid?
- Where do I find someone to help me find and apply for student financial aid?
- Is student aid available through states?
- What financial aid programs are available to veterans?