Student Checking

Are you looking to get a jump on preparing for your financial future? A Student Checking Account through Partners 1st is perfect for younger members who are on the go, allowing for easy access to your money from wherever life may take you!

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Student Checking Account

Start building financial independence right from the very beginning with a Partners 1st Student Checking Account.

This is a great account for our younger members who are looking for ATM surcharge refunds,* which is great for college students who may be attending a university out of their home bank's ATM range. This way, they can use non-Partners 1st ATMs without the fear of having to pay fees.

If you're 13 years of age or older, you can open a Student Checking Account to start your journey to financial literacy and freedom.

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Benefits of Opening a Student Checking Account:
  • Save money
    ATM surcharge fees refunded up to $10/month
  • Free
    FREE box of checks (one per year) when you open an account, debit card, home banking, mobile check deposit, e-statements, viewing of cleared checks*
  • No money
    NO monthly fee, NO minimum balance
  • Atm
    Unlimited ATM withdrawals
  • Credit card
    Visa Credit card to help establish credit

*A Visa debit card extended to those age 13 and over with a joint owner age 18 years and over. Visa Platinum card with limits starting at $300 will only be offered to members 18 or older. Normal loan underwriting guidelines apply. All accounts verified by ChexSystems.

A balance inquiry fee at ATMs will apply based on your Partnership Level: No charge for Partnership Level 1 members; $.25 for Level 2; $.50 for Level 3. Partnership Levels are based on use of Partners 1st products and services. Level 1 requires a personal checking account, loan with a balance, online account login within last 60 days, and direct deposit or payroll within last 60 days. Level 2 requires a personal checking account, loan with a balance.

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