Veterinary Pulse Podcast Borrow Better Webinar replay
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Tune in on this VIN Foundation Borrow Better webinar replay with student debt expert Dr. Tony Bartels.
Paying for your veterinary education is complicated. FAFSA, Direct Unsubsidized and Grad Plus Loans, Health Professions Student Loans, private loans, family loans, spouse support, savings, summer job — how do you know which loans or resources are best to use now to decrease stress now and during repayment?
If you’re borrowing, you undoubtedly have received your financial aid award for this semester. And you also have a special surprise this year — no interest so far! This webinar will help you assess your award, the current interest suspension information unique to this year, and Borrow Better for the remainder of veterinary school. Learn how to create the best plan for you!
In this episode we mention the following links and information:
- VIN Foundation Borrow Better: https://vinfoundation.org/resources/borrow-better-veterinary-school-loan-debt/
- VIN Foundation Borrow Better Checklist: https://vinfoundation.org/borrowbetterchecklist
- VIN Foundation My Student Loans Tool: http://www.vinfoundation.org/mystudentloans
- VIN Foundation In-School Loan Estimator: http://www.vinfoundation.org/isle
- Student Aid.gov: https://studentaid.gov/
- Drip.vet Personal Financial Success FREE Course: https://drip.vet/vin/
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The VIN Foundation was founded by members of the Veterinary Information Network (VIN) in 2005. VIN is an online community of veterinarians and veterinary students with over 75,000 members worldwide. The VIN Foundation’s charitable efforts are centered around the belief that a healthy veterinary profession is essential for healthy animal and human communities.