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Get a Convenient Student Checking Account Today

Wondering where to get a student checking account? At First Bank, we know that the last thing students need to worry about as they continue their education is managing their money alone. With our Campus Checking account, we make it easy to handle transactions and protect your money easily and securely.

Open a Campus Checking Account at First Bank

First Bank offers a free checking account option for students ages 16 to 25 heading to or attending college and graduate school. This stress-free option helps students focus on their studies while taking advantage of the checking options exclusive to our Campus Checking accounts, including:

  • No First Bank transaction fees on eight out-of-network ATM withdrawals per month
  • No monthly maintenance fees*
  • Free online and mobile banking*
  • Free online bill pay and mobile check deposit
  • Free eStatements or paper statements
  • Easy funds transfers to or from other First Bank checking accounts
  • Earn Reward Points at hundreds of online retailers when you use your First Bank debit or credit card*

In addition, we help students stay in touch with their account activity by sending free, timely alerts by email, text message, or phone call. That way when you’re busy reaching your goals, we can notify you of activities, including when:

  • Your checking account balance
  • A withdrawal, deposit, or check posts to your account
  • Your online statement is available for review
  • A money transfer has processed successfully or failed
  • Your e-bill is ready for review

First Bank Prepares Students to Bank Responsibly

By opening a student checking account with First Bank, we can help students quickly and easily access their funds whenever they need it, without worrying about their account security. With convenient locations across North Carolina and South Carolina, we make it easy for families to stay on track for the future and students to bank responsibly.

When you’re wondering where to get a student checking account, find your nearest First Bank branch today.


Member FDIC. Account holders may avoid the Monthly Maintenance Fee by meeting any of the requirements listed in the Keep it Fee Free™ section of the account summary table for their account type. Other account service fees may apply as described in the Account Services Fee Schedule, also available at your local branch.

While First Bank does not charge for mobile banking, your mobile carrier’s message and data rates may apply. The First Bank Digital Banking Apps are available for select mobile and tablet devices. There is no charge from First Bank, but message and data rates may apply. Must enroll in First Bank Online Banking and download the First Bank Digital Banking App from the App Store or Google Play. Apple, the Apple logo, and iPhone are trademarks of Apple, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple, Inc. Android and Google Play are trademarks of Google Inc. The First Bank Digital Banking Apps are available for select mobile and tablet devices. There is no charge from First Bank, but message and data rates may apply. Customers must enroll in First Bank Online Banking and download the First Bank Digital Banking App from the App Store or Google Play.

See our Terms and Conditions for complete details on our One Rewards Program. Loans subject to credit approval.

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