Eight of Huntington University's 2013 graduates are the first to earn degrees while taking advantage of the Questa Scholars loan forgiveness program. They include (from left) Erin Yoder, of Leo; Megan Storch, of Fort Wayne; Marc Levy, executive director of the Questa Foundation; and Tianna Clark and Christopher Fox, both of Fort Wayne. Not pictured are students Jerod Hevel, of New Haven; Austin Schenkel Kara Sipe, both of Fort Wayne; and Jacob Willinger, of Grabill. Students can have up to 50 percent of their Questa Scholars loans forgiven if they graduate with a 2.75 GPA and live and work in northeast Indiana for at least five years after graduation. HU will forgive an additional 25 percent of the balance for participating HU graduates. Questa Scholars may borrow $20,000 over four years for college.