I am tutoring a student who ask me to post this: He just went through a personal bankruptcy and got all of his student loans discharged successfully. How will this impact his eligibility for financial aid in medical school? He will be applying to an MD program in the United States. He is a U.S. citizen and Massachusetts resident. (The reasons for the bankruptcy and loan discharge primarily had to do with various ethical violations and violations of the law by the servicing company of the student loans. And because he unknowingly and naively went to a very expensive undergraduate institution that offered financial aid mostly in the form of private loans. Part of the argument for the bankruptcy was that his school actually overlooked federal financial aid and just handed out private loans part of the time. Anyway let's get back to the question.) There is no other relevant information. How will this impact his eligibility for financial aid in medical school? Please provide a detailed explanation (if possible) including what specifically he might be eligible for, where you are getting your information from, and which schools specifically he might be able to attend or not attend.