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What is Savi?

What if you could cut your student debt payment by $1,800 per year?

 Brought to you through TIAA and powered by Savi, you have access to a solution that helps you reduce your monthly loan payment and easily navigate through Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF).

How PSLF works

  • Available to full-time government or not-for-profit employees for many Federal Direct Loans
  • Must be on a qualifying income-driven repayment plan
  • Loan balance is forgiven once 120 qualifying monthly payments have been made (10 years)
  • Months spent in pandemic-based forbearance count toward the 120 payments, even if you’re not making payments

What is a College Savings Plan?

Higher education can offer your child or grandchild the opportunity to gain experiences and skills needed to make the most of their personal and professional potential. Paying for that education, however, can be daunting. Thankfully, there are programs that can lighten the burden.

The Claremont Colleges is proud to announce its new partnership with Scholarshare 529, a nationally-recognized college savings plan managed by TIAA-CREF Tuition Financing, Inc. ScholarShare 529 is an industry leader with a 20-year track record of helping families like yours accumulate assets to cover future college costs. Families appreciate the plan’s special features including:

  • 100% Tax-Free Growth, which helps them accumulate more money for higher education compared to saving in a taxable account
  • Tax-free withdrawals for qualified higher education expenses, like tuition, food, books, computers, and more
  • The money accumulated can be used at most colleges nationwide and many abroad—undergraduate and graduate programs, community colleges and trade schools
  • The plan offers a variety of professionally managed investment portfolios to fit your life situation, risk tolerance, and college savings goals
  • An account can be set-up online in about 15 minutes
  • Start with any dollar amount

When opening a new Scholarshare 529 account online, employees may elect to have regular deposits made from their paycheck or via your personal checking/savings account.

Please Note: If you elect payroll contributions, ScholarShare 529 will provide payroll instructions at the end of the enrollment process. The instructions will include your ScholarShare routing and account number to add a new bank direct deposit (coded as checking deposit) at your self-managed payroll portal.

Click the links below for more information and resources.

If you have any questions about Scholarshare, please call (800) 544-5248.

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Having a hard time finding the FAQ sheets or coverage overview pages from your carriers? Look no farther! Download the Health @ Home Magazine that has all your carrier information, benefit overviews and member resource tool pages enclosed.  

This portal provides employees within The Claremont Colleges benefit-related information for each of the eight institutions of The Claremont Colleges (TCC). The consortium is composed of educational institutions (Pomona College, Claremont Graduate University, Scripps College, Claremont McKenna College, Harvey Mudd College, Pitzer College, and Keck Graduate Institute) and a general services organization (The Claremont Colleges Services) that supports the seven educational institutions.  Each institution is a separate legal entity responsible for its own employment decisions and relationships.  This portal does not alter the legal structure or independence of the institutions that make up the consortium. The portal also serves its affiliate, The California Botanic Garden.