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Campus Checking

Students should think about homework, not checking account fees. That’s why we don’t charge them.

Fee-free for your college years.

Our Campus Checking account offers students ages 16 to 25 a fee‑free banking option designed to let them spend time on the studying (and fun!) that matters, not on tricky account details.

Perfect for you if:
  • You’re a late high school or college student.
  • You’re between ages 16 and 25.
  • You want a reliable start to banking.

Account Features

  • For students ages 16 to 25
  • Free mobile check deposit and digital banking tools1
  • Easy funds transfers between First Bank accounts, when needed
  • Free eStatements or paper statements
  • Free direct deposit
  • No First Bank transaction fees on 8 out‑of‑network ATM withdrawals per month
  • Rewards with your First Bank debit or credit card2

Account Fees

  • No monthly maintenance fees
The First Bank debit card does it all.
Choose the card that ensures every transaction is secure worldwide, provides zero liability, and lets you manage accounts online, all while you’re earning rewards points on qualifying daily purchases.
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Digital tools to help you stay connected.
Check your accounts, move your money and easily contact customer service, all from your phone—and anywhere your day takes you.
Discover the Tools
  1. While First Bank does not charge for mobile banking, your mobile carrier’s message and data rates may apply.
  2. When you enroll in the One Rewards Program.

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