CMU & SALT: Your path to financial literacy-The HUB - Carnegie Mellon University

Friday, January 10, 2014

CMU & SALT: Your path to financial literacy

Carnegie Mellon University is committed to educating students so they are able to make the best decisions about their finances. Therefore, the university has partnered with American Student Assistance's SALT Program, a financial literacy program designed to provide students with clear and personalized information so they can easily manage their money and student loans. This is a free service being offered to CMU students.

What is SALT?

SALT was created by American Student Assistance, a nonprofit organization, to help students and alumni become more knowledgeable about financing choices and better prepared to fulfill their loan commitments.

As a member of the SALT program, you will be able to take advantage of members-only features, like:

  • Interactive money management tools that show you how to take control of your finances. 
  • A personal dashboard that helps you to manage your federal student loan debt in one place. 
  • Loan advice from SALT’s expert counselors. 
  • My Money 101 - a self-paced, online resource that teaches you practical money management strategies for budgeting, credit cards, banking and more. 
  • Access to thousands of jobs and internships to jumpstart your career. 

To activate your SALT membership, visit SALTMoney.org and create your account following these procedures:

  • Click 'Sign Up' at the top of the page
  • Provide your name and Andrew email address
  • Create a password
  • In the 'School Name' box, type/select Carnegie Mellon University
If you have any questions regarding this program, please feel free to contact a counselor at SALTMoney.org, or send email to cmusalt@andrew.cmu.edu.