FIRST for Pre-health Advisors
Resources for staff who advise aspiring medical students
FIRST for Residents
The smart financial choices you make today will positively affect your quality of life for years to come. FIRST offers a full range of resources and tools that can help.
Watch this one-hour webinar for information about your student loan repayment and postponement options during residency. Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) and tax deductions are also discussed.
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Create your own Financial Aid Toolkit by customizing the search to your educational status, topics of interest, resource format, and time period.
Financial Aid Fact Sheets are short, informational sheets on a variety of financial aid related topics. They are designed to shorten often confusing or complex topics to the basics. For more information regarding Financial Aid Fact Sheet topics, contact email@example.com or consult the financial aid office at your institution.
Students to Service Loan Repayment Program
The NHSC offers loan repayment and scholarship assistance for primary care providers who serve in communities with limited health care.
If you’re not sure who services your student loan, you can find out by logging onto the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) or by calling the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243). To see a current list of Federal Student Aid servicers, you may also go to Student Aid on the Web .
The Organization of Student Representatives (OSR) Committee on Community and Diversity has compiled these lists of opportunities:
Medloans® Organizer and Calculator
Organize and track your loans, then view sample repayment scenarios with the Medloans® Organizer & Calculator, the only Web tool of its kind developed for medical students.
Gain Real-life Financial Skills
Get practical information on budgeting, money management, credit, debt management, and more!
Physician Education Debt and the Cost to Attend Medical School
This February 2013 report outlines trends in education debt and the cost to attend medical school.
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