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Best Banks for College Students

The right banking products can help make managing money at school a lot easier for students. If your student is shopping for a bank, make sure it offers useful products and services, including these three things:


  • A low- or no-fee checking account with a debit card. Every student should have a simple, economical way to access money for day-to-day needs, pay bills and handle other financial transactions.
  • Online, mobile and text banking. These features provide real-time access to account information and will allow your student to manage finances when and where it’s convenient.
  • Lots and lots of ATMs. Having ATMs that are on or near campus allows for free and easy access to cash while avoiding ATM surcharges that can add up over time.


Many students stay with their bank after graduation, so it makes sense to find a bank that offers the types of products and services your student is likely to need in the future – things like home mortgages, investment services, credit cards, car loans, and all the other products and services they’re likely to need someday.

The advantages of choosing U.S. Bank

U.S. Bank is the fifth-largest commercial bank in the United States. We offer a comprehensive line of banking, brokerage, insurance, investment, mortgage, trust and payment services products, as well as the many products and conveniences students need to stay on top of their finances with ease.

  • Secure, 24/7 access through Online Banking
  • Mobile Banking options, including Text Banking
  • 24-Hour Customer Service
  • More than 3,000 branches in 25 states nationwide
  • More than 5,000 U.S. Bank ATMs

 Learn more about our student accounts and cards

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