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Campus Cards for Students

Campus Cards for Students

It’s time to expect more from your student ID card.

Adding banking capabilities to your campus ID card provides dramatic benefits for students and schools alike.

With more than 15 years of experience developing campus card programs, we’ve fine-tuned convenience for student cardholders and substantial cost savings for your school and administrative staff. When you partner with us, you leave technical details like electronic disbursement and marketing in our experienced hands. And with multiple card programs to choose from, we’re sure to have the card that meets your needs.

 Basic Campus CardMaxx Card
 

A student ID and bank card that allows ATM withdrawals and PIN-based debit purchases

A student ID combined with a Visa® Check Card for in-person and online purchases

Ideal for:Smaller schoolsLarger schools
Requires U.S. Bank Checking account?YesYes
Accepts Financial Aid RefundsACH
1-2 days
ACH
1-2 days
No charge to schools
Worldwide ATM access
Mobile app for on-the-go transactions
Allows PIN-based debit purchases
Allows Visa or MasterCard purchases 
# of States Available*2525

* Campus Card Availability

Basic Campus Cards and Maxx Cards require students to have an associated U.S. Bank Checking account in order to add banking functionality, which limits them to states where U.S. Bank has branch locations (the shaded region below).

Campus Card Availability

The Maxx Card is issued by U.S. Bank National Association, pursuant to a license from Visa U.S.A. Inc

Deposit Products offered by U.S. Bank National Association. Member FDIC

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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