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Step up and gain your independence with a financial package tailored to help you save & manage your money. Whether you’re in high school or college, the StudentAdvantage package offers you everything you need to avoid costly fees and save for the items most important to your future.

Take advantage of:

  • Free Teen/Collegiate Checking: Use your Visa® debit card worldwide for everyday purchases from your checking account. Plus, check your balance, transfer funds, and get up-to-the-minute alerts for fraudulent activity through online & mobile banking.
  • SaveUp College Account: Schedule regular deposits over 5 years and earn above average above market yields to plan for major college or life expenses. Great option for books, tuition or your first car.
  • Student Loans: Gain access to Sallie Mae® loans to help you fill in the gaps to funding your college needs.
  • Student Visa® Credit Card: Are you 18 year or older? Apply and you could receive a low fixed rate credit card with a healthy beginning credit limit to help you begin building a positive credit history.
  • Free Financial Insight: Want to understand how you can make your money work harder for you? Check out KOFE for free access to tools and information to budget & credit management. Your first million dollars starts by effectively managing your first dollar.

This account also gives children access to Banzai Teen that uses real-world situations—like paying unexpected expenses, finding creative ways to earn money, and setting savings goals—to teach you about managing their own money.


Stop by any of our branches and bring -

  • Two forms of ID (Drivers license, School ID or Birth certificate), Social Security Number card
  • Parent or Guardian (if under 18 years old)

*Must be 18 and older to apply for a Visa Credit Card. SaveUp account requires 60 monthly deposits or 130 biweekly deposits. Member’s responsibility to ensure that the sufficient funds are in your account to cover automatic transfers to this Share Certificate. Contact us for details.

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Student Advantage Webinar Series

Banking 101

Banking is a common yet vital part of society that we all should be well-versed in. In this webinar, we discuss the basics of banking such as the different types of financial institutions, which type of bank account is right for you, how to write a check, how to use mobile banking, tips on managing your bank account and more!

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The Secret to Saving and Paying for College

Interested in learning how to earn a debt free degree? Join us as we discuss college costs, college spending mistakes, scholarship search strategies, how to make money in college, becoming a savvy saver while in college and more!

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Understanding Credit: Credit as a Tool

Credit can be a complex concept to grab, let us help! Join us as we cover the difference between a credit report and a credit score, reviewing and disputing credit reports with the major credit bureaus, the positives and negatives of credit, the 5 C’s of credit that determines a person’s credit worthiness, strategies to building new credit and how to wisely use credit.

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Credit & Credit Cards: Will You Soar or Crash?

Understanding how to use credit and credit cards to your advantage is a skill in itself. Come join us as we discover the basics of credit and credit cards, secured credit cards and their benefits, credit card do’s and don’ts and your credit responsibilities.

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Keeping You in the Know

  • Emergency Funds
  • 50/30/20 Rule
  • Meet Your 401(k)

Emergency Funds

3 Min Read

One of the most effective tools for preventing a large-scale financial disaster is an emergency fund…

Learn about Emergency Funds

50/30/20 Rule

7 Min Read

The 50/30/20 rule is a simple, practical rule of thumb for individuals who want a budget that is easy, yet effective, to implement…

How to Set Your New Budget

Meet Your 401(k)

3 Min Read

Even if you’re just starting your first real job—actually, especially if you’re just starting your first real job—it’s time to start thinking about retiring…

How to Plan for Retirement

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