The Army National Guard offers Student Loan Repayment Programs for enlisted Soldiers, Chaplains, and Health Care Professionals.

Student Loan Repayment - up to $50,000

    The Student Loan Repayment Program (SLRP) is offered as an enlistment incentive for Non-Prior Service and Prior Service enlistees. It is also offered as a retention incentive to current Army National Guard soldiers. If you have already started your college studies and have incurred a student loan obligation or will be acquiring student loan while attending college, the Army National Guard can help you repay up to $50,000 of your student loan. Qualifying loans are described below.

Category-specific Eligibility:

Non-Prior Service Prior Service Current Army National Guard General Eligibility Criteria Qualifying Loans

Chaplain Loan Repayment - up to $80,000

The Army National Guard Chaplain Loan Repayment Program (CLRP) is offered for the purpose of maintaining adequate numbers of qualified chaplains within the National Guard. The maximum amount of the CLRP is limited to $80,000 ($20K for each 3-year period of obligation) and covers the loan’s principle, interest, and related expenses. The maximum annual payment made to eligible participants under the CLRP may not exceed $6,666 for each year of the incentive term.

Eligibility Criteria

Healthcare Professionals Loan Repayment - up to $240,000

Army Medical Department (AMEDD) officers in the Medical and Dental Corps can receive the Healthcare Professionals Loan Repayment Program (HPLRP) - up to $240,000 for certain specialties - by agreeing to a six-year service commitment with the Guard ($40,000 per year, with a $240,000 lifetime cap).

Physicians Assistants, Physical Therapist, Social Workers, and Clinical Psychologists may qualify for loan repayments up to $25,000 per year with a $75,000 lifetime cap.

Loan Information

The National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) is the U.S. Department of Education's central database for student aid. NSLDS receives data from schools, guaranty agencies, the Direct Loan program, and other Department of ED programs. NSLDS Student Access provides a centralized, integrated view of Title IV loans and grants so that recipients of Title IV Aid can access and inquire about their Title IV loans and/or grant data. Access the NSLDS at 1-800-4-FED-AID or .
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Getting started is easier than you think. Below is the path you can expect to take when you're ready to join the Guard.

  • GET STARTED: Locate your local recruiter from Recruiters Area Map to let them know you're interested in learning more. No obligation, no guarantees.

  • TEST: Once you and your Guard representative agree that you're a good fit for the Guard, your next step is to take the ASVAB test. Take our practice ASVAB test.

  • ENLIST: At this point, you will lock in your Basic Combat Training ship date, confirm your Guard job and pay, and take your Oath of Enlistment.

  • PREPARE: Until you ship, you'll attend RSP one weekend a month to learn Guard rules and structure, and start fitness and classroom training.

  • SHIP: It's time for Basic Combat Training. In 10 weeks, you'll be stronger than you've ever been, and ready to be part of the team that protects America.

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