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DePaul University, PNC Bank partners for student money management

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Mar 12, 2010  ||   

DePaul University and PNC Bank have partnered in a campus relationship to provide banking services, with an emphasis placed on student and faculty money management and financial accountability.

With the new partnership, students and faculty at DePaul University will be able to link the DePaul identification card to PNC bank accounts, adding ATM and purchasing power to the campus card – already used for daily functions such as entering residence halls, checking library books and accessing meal plans.

PNC will also install financial service centers and ATMs at various locations at the university, including the university’s Loop Campus and Lincoln Park Campus.

Using a co-brand PNC Bank Visa Check Card, students, faculty, and some 139,000 can use it at ATMs and anywhere Visa is accepted.

Students can also visit PNC hosted Web sites to manage financial information and complete account applications.

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