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Stress-Free Student Checking Account – Asheville, NC


First Bank’s stress-free student checking account is suited for the hectic lifestyle of a college student. First Bank has three locations in Asheville, NC, to help students easily manage their banking needs.

Campus Checking, our stress-free student checking account, is open to qualified currently enrolled college students under the age of 25.

Stress Free Student Checking Account - Asheville, NC

Campus Checking with First Bank

Our Campus Checking account includes:

  • No monthly maintenance fees. There’s no minimum balance to remain free of any monthly fees.
  • Free ATM transactions at First Bank, and CashPoints® terminals with unlimited out of network ATM transactions with no First Bank fee. Use your First Bank debit card at thousands of ATM’s all over the world.
  • Free online bill pay. Set up automatic payments up to a year in advance or use just a couple clicks of the mouse to pay bills manually.
  • Free online and mobile banking for 24-hour access to your account. View your account details at any time from any location.
  • Free electronic or paper monthly statements. See up to 28 months of account transactions.
  • A First Bank debit card with rewards. Earn rewards when you register your card to be redeemed for travel, retail, dining and more.
  • Free alerts by email, text message or phone call to notify you of account activity. Stay in the know about processed transactions, an approaching due date for a bill, a balance that is above or below a specified amount and more.

The term “stress-free” will get the attention of any college student. That’s why First Bank’s Campus Checking program is sure to turn heads on any college campus.

Open a Checking Account Today

Click here to open a campus checking account online or stop by our Asheville, NC, branches on New Leicester Highway, Woodfin Place or Hendersonville Road to setup a stress-free student checking account today.

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Sources:

Investopedia: http://www.investopedia.com/terms/m/minimum-balance.asp

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