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Financial institution profiles: TCF National Bank

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Mar 01, 2003  ||   ,

Name: TCF National Bank
Year Created: 1923

of Employees: 1800

Headquarters: Minneapolis, MN

States with branches:

ATM Network Affiliations:

TCF Financial Corporation is a Minneapolis-based national bank holding company with more than $12 billion in assets. TCF has more than 380 banking locations in Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin and Colorado.

The bank has a strong retail franchise of traditional branches, and operates the 4th largest supermarket branch network in the United States. TCF is known for its focus on Totally Free Checking accounts, extended 12-hour operating days, seven day banking and an extensive Express Teller ATM network.

TCF has enjoyed nearly eight years of successful campus card program management, and maintains exclusive partnerships with the University of Minnesota, University of Michigan, Northern Illinois University, Saginaw Valley State University (MI) and St. Cloud State University (MN). “In the eight years that we have been partnering with universities, we have learned that the basis for a successful relationship is a sincere commitment to the school and its students,” says Kevin Kuntz, TCF Bank.

TCF campus banking relationships are enhanced by a dedicated management team, branches on or near campus, sales support in campus card offices, marketing and promotional support, event sponsorship and student scholarship programs.

Clients and date of partnership initiation:

  • University of Minnesota
  • Northern Illinois University
  • Saginaw Valley State University (MI)
  • St. Cloud State University (MN)
  • University of Michigan

To contact the bank regarding campus card programs:
Kevin Kuntz, VP, Director of Relationship Banking
(612) 661-7853
[email protected]
801 Marquette Avenue • Minneapolis, MN 55402

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