Banking

Penn State Federal Credit Union
102 HUB-Robeson Center, 863-0265

www.pennstatefederal.com

When it comes to choosing a financial institution, everyone has different needs. Some people want more customer service, while others prefer wider access to ATMs. For some people, a nearby bank branch is a must, while others may be more interested in online banking. If you decide to retain your accounts at a non-State College banking or lending institution, you'll find that many State College businesses will accept nonlocal checks if you have a Penn State ID card. Also, most local banks will not cash checks for someone unless he or she has an account with the bank. There are many options and you'll find that financial institutions are aggressively competing for your business.

Penn State Federal Credit Union has served the Penn State Community since 1959 and operates an on-campus branch on the main floor of the HUB-Robeson Center (at University Park). The hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Two full-service ATMs are housed in an always-available ATM lobby. So even if the HUB is closed, the ATMs are accessible. Penn State Federal provides members with free access to several Centre County ATMs, more than 800 Pennsylvania ATMs and more than 3,000 shared branch locations across the United States. Penn State Federal provides free online and telephone account access and its main office is just minutes from the University Park campus. For more information or to join Penn State Federal, please visit www.pennstatefederal.com.

Many local banks and nationwide networks provide ATMs on campus and downtown. To make sure you are getting everything you want, here are some things to consider: type of account(s) (transactional or checking, savings and loans); interest rates (on loans and deposits); service charges; customer service, longevity and reputation; locations; ATMs; hours of operation; and available online and telephone account access.

 

PNC Bank Customer Service Center
103 HUB-Robeson, 231-1615
Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

24/7 @ www.pnc.com/psu

Make banking - and your life on campus - easier with worry-free student banking from PNC. With 12 ATMs and a Customer Service center on campus at University Park, PNC makes banking easy for Penn State Students. And, PNC's Virtual Wallet® Student account makes it easy to manage your money--so you, and your family, have one less thing to worry about. With Virtual Wallet Student you can even see your account balances and "Danger Day" alerts on a calendar customized especially for Penn State students. You'll get free access to your account at more than 6,400 PNC Bank ATMs, online and text message banking,1 and more!

You can even link your PNC checking account to your Penn State id+ card, so you can use it as an ATM card, too.2 That way you'll only need one card to access residence halls, dining facilities, cash and more! For information on PNC's worry-free student banking options and to find out more on how to link your PNC checking account to your id+ card, visit us at www.pnc.com/psu, or stop by:

PNC has a wide array of products and services to meet your needs as you journey through college and beyond. For more information, visit www.pnc.com

1 A supported mobile device is needed. 2Linking your id+ card to your PNC Bank accounts enables you to use your id+ Card as an ATM card only. Your PNC Bank account is a separate account from the Campus Meal Plan and LionCash+ accounts. PNC Bank, NA. Member FDIC.