Jason White is the premier authority on medical-based financial aid. Jason received approximately $96,000 through the medical-based financial aid program to pay for college expenses. Jason is currently an attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice, a former assistant attorney general for the state of Florida, and a former prosecutor for the Florida Department of Business. Jason earned his law degree from the Florida State University College of Law. Jason has a passion for helping students attend college debt-free based on their medical conditions. Jason currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
Jason used the program described in The Medical Loophole to pay for his college and law school based on his medical conditions of asthma and allergies. Jason was inspired to write The Medical Loophole after successfully assisting dozens of students with a variety of medical conditions in obtaining medical-based financial aid to pay for college expenses.
From the book…
"I recently met a young woman I’ll call Laurie. Laurie was struggling to repay her student loan debt nearly 10 years after graduating. She had accumulated close to $200,000 in debt pursuing her professional degree, and still had over $150,000 left to repay. Laurie clearly had a musculoskeletal disorder. When I told her about the medical-based scholarship program and how I had paid for my college and law school, she looked like she was going to throw up. Like most students, Laurie had never heard about the medical-based scholarship program when she was applying for college, and she was not at all happy to hear about it from me after the fact, especially since her medical condition was visibly more severe than mine."