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Financial institution profiles: PNC Bank

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Mar 01, 2003  ||   ,

Name: PNC Bank, N.A.
Year Created: 1852

of Employees: 24,000

Headquarters: Pittsburgh, PA

States with branches:
PA, DE, NJ, OH, KY

ATM Network Affiliations:
STAR, NYCE, and Plus

PNC is a major banking provider in the Northeast and is a veteran when it comes to campus card banking relationships. The Pittsburgh-based institution began providing accounts alongside student ID cards in the mid-1990s at Duquesne University and since then has amassed an impressive client list that includes many of Pennsylvania’s–and the country’s–most prestigious institutions.

The bank has more than 730 branches and 3500 ATMs in Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey, Ohio, and Kentucky. Specialized account offerings for students, faculty, and staff make the PNC products attractive to all campus populations. Account holders can receive service at any PNC Bank branch, via phone, or at the bank’s award-winning Internet banking site.
ID Card Linking via web, phone, or any PNC Bank branch

Program Benefits:
Revenue opportunities for Universities
Demonstrated experience in higher education
Dedicated University Banking staff

Clients and date of partnership initiation:

  • Duquesne University, 1996
  • University of Pennsylvania, 1997
  • Robert Morris University, 1997
  • Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1998
  • University of Pittsburgh, 1999
  • Temple University, 2000
  • Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, 2000
  • The Pennsylvania State University, 2001

To contact the bank regarding campus card programs:
Heather Kyle, Vice President
[email protected]
Two Tower Center, 19th Floor • East Brunswick, NJ 08816
(732) 220-3141

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