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Financial institution profiles: U.S. Bank

CampusIDNews Staff   ||   Mar 01, 2003  ||   ,

Name: U.S. Bank
Year Created: 1853

of Employees: 44,000

Headquarters: Minneapolis, MN

States with branches:

ATM Network Affiliations:
Plus and Interlink

When it comes to campus card banking partnerships, some might think U.S. Bank is the new kid on the block. In reality, they have been providing services since the mid-1990s under another name, Star Bank and First Star Bank. An early and long-standing partnership with Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio helped the bank refine its offerings related to campus cards and student accounts. Today US Bank is among the most aggressive pursuers of the campus card banking relationship. With 13 relationships in place and others at various stages of negotiation, US Bank is having a sizeable impact on the campus card market.

According to Whitney Bright, General Sales Manager, Campus Banking, “U.S. Bank offers a comprehensive student checking account and workplace banking for faculty and staff.” In addition, they can also offer an institution services ranging from treasury management, leasing, trust, private banking, global services, investments, mortgages, and student lending.

Clients and date of partnership initiation:

  • Xavier University, 1995
  • Iowa State University, 1996
  • College of Mount St. Joseph, 1998
  • Minnesota State University, 1998
  • Spalding University, 1999
  • University of Akron, 2000
  • St. Louis University, 2001
  • University of Louisville, 2001
  • Drury University, 2001
  • Morehead State University, 2001
  • Northwest Missouri State University, 2002
  • Henderson State University, 2002
  • San Diego State University, 2002

To contact the bank regarding campus card programs:
Whitney Bright, General Sales Manager, Campus Banking
[email protected]
470 N. Kirkwood Road • St. Louis, MO 63122
(314) 835-2329

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