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Faculty Loan Repayment Program (FLRP)

Who It’s For: Faculty members at health professions schools who come from a disadvantaged background. An employment commitment of at least two years is required for all FLRP applicants. How to Apply: There is a link to the online application…

Illinois Teachers Loan Repayment Program

Who It’s For: Illinois residents who received federal Teacher Loan Forgiveness but still have a remaining balance on their eligible federal loans. How to Apply: You can access the application online. You also need to send in documentation proving that…

Teach Iowa Scholar Program

Who It’s For: Qualified Iowa teachers who work in designated shortage areas. How to Apply: You can access the application here. What Loans Qualify: Federal loans are the only loans that can be directly paid off by this forgiveness. However,…

New Mexico Teacher Loan Repayment Program

Who It’s For: Teachers who work for a public school in a designated high-need teacher position. High-need positions are considered to be filled by teachers that teach bilingual education, early childhood education, special education, science, technology, engineering, mathematics, career technical…

New York State Nursing Faculty Forgiveness Incentive Program

Who It’s For: Registered nurses who are New York State residents and work as a nursing faculty member or adjunct clinical faculty providing classroom or clinical instruction at a nursing school in New York State. How to Apply: You can…

Mississippi Teacher Loan Repayment Program

Who It’s For: Mississippi teachers employed in a critical shortage area who hold a Mississippi Alternate Route Teaching License. How to Apply: You can apply for this program with their online application. Be sure to check the application instructions on…

Teacher Loan Forgiveness (TLF)

Who It’s For: Full-time teachers who have worked for a public school in a low-income area for five consecutive years. How to Apply:  Fill out a TLF application and send it to your servicer. Please note that Section 5 must…

Arkansas State Teacher Education Program (STEP)

Who It’s For: Arkansas residents with loans from a teacher education program who work as a teacher in to help fill a critical teaching shortage, either in terms of location or subject matter. How to Apply: You will need to…