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U.S. Bank Online and Mobile Banking

Do your banking when it’s best for you.

You can take care of almost any transaction using U.S. Bank Online and Mobile Banking - check account balances, deposit checks, pay bills, even pay a roommate back for pizza. And you can do it whenever you want and wherever you happen to be - at the coffee shop, on your way across campus, or in your dorm room at night. You decide.


  • Get instant updates — Want to know when your balance gets low, bills are due or if your parents added money to your account? Set up account alerts and we’ll notify you at the times you choose, by email or text.1
  • Send and receive money easily with Zelle®.2 It’s free for U.S. Bank personal banking customers, and all you need is the email address or U.S. mobile number of the person you want to pay.
  • Deposit checks any time with your smart phone. Mobile Check Deposit3 in the U.S. Bank Mobile App is fast, easy and free. You can also deposit at any U.S. Bank branch or ATM. (Regardless of how you make a deposit, always remember to sign your name on the back of it!)
  • Pay bills online — It's convenient, secure and free. Plus, you’re in complete control — you decide when to pay your bills and how much. We guarantee that every scheduled payment will be accurate and paid on time.4

You can get the Mobile app right here, right now.

Whether you're reading this on your computer or your phone, you can get the U.S. Bank Mobile App right now. It’s available for Android, iPhone® and iPad® devices.

Enrolling in Online Banking is easy. You’ll be asked to establish a Personal ID (user name) and a password, and then select a few questions with answers that only you would know. (This helps us keep your account secure.) You’ll also need your U.S. Bank account number.

Enroll in Online Banking

Use your computer to enroll.

Even if you plan to do most of your banking from your phone, you’ll want to use your computer to set up Online Banking for the first time.

Set up alerts.

We can send you instant messages (email or text) to tell you when your balance is low, when a bill is almost due, and more. But since we don’t want to bother you with too many messages, you need to tell us what’s important to you ahead of time. Get instant updates

Pay a bill.

Online Banking is the easiest way to pay bills – so why not try it now? Just choose your biller from the list and then tell us how much you want to pay and when. Once a biller is set up, you can pay bills from your laptop or smartphone any time you want to. Pay bills online

No smartphone? No worries.

You can still enjoy smart banking without a smartphone with U.S. Bank Text Banking. Just text us a simple command — for example, BAL to 872265 (USBANK) to get your balance — and we’ll reply instantly.
More about Text Banking

  1. For text alerts, standard messaging charges apply through your mobile carrier and message frequency depends on account settings.

  2. Recipients must have an eligible bank account in the United States. Terms and conditions apply. Zelle and the Zelle related marks are wholly owned by Early Warning Services, LLC and are used herein under license.

  3. Eligibility requirements and restrictions apply. Please refer to the Digital Services Agreement for more information.

  4. Payments are guaranteed as long as accounts are sufficiently funded, all payment information is entered correctly and the payment is scheduled to arrive by its due date.

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