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At Dean College, we believe in giving our students a well-rounded education
in and out of the classroom—and in helping you achieve your future financial
It goes without saying that it is imperative that students have at the very
least a basic understanding of the principles of financial literacy. 52% of our
students who graduated during the 2015-2016 academic year borrowed student
loans. On average they borrowed $31,000 over their length of their program. It
is our goal to educate our students so they can make better informed decisions
while they are in school and after they have graduated.
That is why
we have teamed up with the nonprofit American Student Assistance®
(ASA) to offer SALT®—a comprehensive financial education program
that helps students build money skills for life. Dean is giving this program to
our students for FREE, and we recommend that all students sign up.
We have also
brought Inceptia on board to provide you with FREE assistance on your Federal
student loan obligations to ensure successful, and comfortable, loan repayment.
We chose SALT because it knows how,
when, and where to speak to students like you. In fact, students helped build
the program! That user insight, plus ASA’s 60 years’ experience counseling
millions of students, makes SALT a valuable resource for you now and in the
future. And its proactive approach to financial education and help with
managing student loans will set you up for smart money choices.
With SALT, members enjoy benefits such
We encourage you to sign up by visiting
saltmoney.org/dean to take advantage of all that SALT has to offer.
Together, we can help you take control of your debt and own your finances, now
and after college.
partnered with Inceptia to help you explore a wide variety of possibilities
such as alternative repayment plans, deferment, consolidation, discharge,
forgiveness, and forbearance options. Inceptia will stay in touch with you via
phone calls, letters, and/or emails to help you find answers to your questions
and solutions to your issues.
additional resources including information on repayment options, please visit
Inceptia’s Federal Student Loan Overview website at www.Inceptia.org/FAQ.
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