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Campus Card Marketing Tools

Campus Card Marketing Tools

Premier marketing support from a dedicated campus partner.

Everybody likes getting good news. That makes our job a little easier when it comes to introducing new campus card programs to students and employees.

We offer premier marketing tools to help you promote your entire card program, including new banking functionality. Everything we provide is customized to your school, from your campus ID card artwork to your unique website address. Here’s a snapshot of what we provide:

  • Custom card design. Our dedicated campus marketing and graphic design team specializes in creating multiple options to ensure you get the perfect look for your ID card.
  • Student enrollment events. For our Basic and Maxx card programs, our experienced staff hosts on-campus enrollment events where students and employees can sign up for bank accounts and to activate the banking portion of their ID card.
  • Eye-catching print collateral. Our custom ads, posters, table tents, brochures, flyers, window clings and letters provide multiple touch points that communicate key information, like how students and employees can use their ID both on and off campus.
  • Email, web and social media support. We’ll build a custom website for your school that provides information on account offerings, educational tools, branch and ATM locations – as well as a link for students to apply online for their U.S. Bank Student Checking accounts. Email and social media strategies will push users to your website for more information.

Ready to Get Started?

Get in touch with our dedicated team to find out how to start a U.S. Bank Campus Banking program at your school.

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