How do I add student loans in Mint?

To add your student loans in Mint, just follow these instructions.
 
From the Mint app:

  1. Open the Mint app and tap the plus sign in the top right corner
  2. Select Add Account
  3. In the search field, enter the financial institution you want to add and select it
  4. Enter your credentials plus any other requested information, and use the same username and password you use on that financial institution’s website to add the account
  5. Under Loans, select +Link a loan or mortgage
  6. Choose your student loan(s), and you’ll see your current balance with the rest of your account information

 
From Mint.com:

  1. Sign in to Mint and select +Add Accounts from the navigation bar at the top of the page
  2. In the search field, enter the financial institution you want to add and select it
  3. Enter your credentials plus any other requested information, and use the same username and password you use on that financial institution’s website to add the account
  4. Mint will add your student loan information linked to your financial institution
  5. Under Loans, select +Link a loan or mortgage
  6. Choose your student loan(s), and you’ll see your current balance with the rest of your account information

If your bank, biller, or financial institution isn't showing up in the search results, we can't add your account at this time. However, you can add it as a manual account so you can still track your debts and assets.
 
Should you get an Error 590 for more than 24 hours, please contact customer care

 

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