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Your checking account is the center of your financial universe. It’s a safe, convenient place to stash the cash you’ll need for bills and other expenses. You can even have your financial aid deposited directly to your account. And when you need to pay for things, you can go online, swipe your debit card, write a check, or withdraw cash from a nearby ATM.
Our Student Checking account is a great choice for most college students, but U.S. Bank has other checking account choices too, so you can find the best fit for your own financial needs.
Our Student Checking account is both affordable and convenient.
After you open your account: Four smart next steps
Sign up for eStatements.
Going paperless means you won’t have to pay a monthly fee for paper statements. If you prefer to receive paper statements by mail, the monthly fee will be $2.
Set your low-balance "alarm clock."
Want to know when your balance goes below a certain dollar amount? Set up text or email alerts. It’s an easy way to prevent small purchases from adding up to a big overdraft fee.
How to set up alerts
Get the U.S. Bank Mobile app.
You’ll be able to check balances, transfer funds and make deposits on the go.
How to get the mobile app
Request direct deposit for financial aid.
That way, you won’t have to wait around for a paper check to show up in your mailbox. Check in with your school’s financial aid office or website to learn more.