Personal Banking | Education
What do you need to open a bank account?
Banks can have specific eligibility requirements when you go to open a new bank account. Make sure you have the information and documents you need so that you can open a bank account.
How to wire money
Wire transfers make sending money easy and convenient. Whether you need to wire money domestically or internationally, you should consider which type of wire transfer is best for your financial needs.
How to get a debit card
With a debit card, you'll be able to make purchases with funds in your linked checking account. Learn more about what information you'll need to get a debit card.
Should your student have a car in college?
Given all the uncertainties and expenses that go with college, the decision of whether or not your child should have a car at school is a big one. Here are six questions to help you navigate the decision — and save money along the way.
College is more expensive than you think
Here are 5 ways you and your student can tackle the costs that make college more expensive than you think.
Your first step: Opening a student checking and savings account
Learning to manage daily expenses as an adult can seem overwhelming, but the key is to break it down into small, easy steps. Opening a student bank account could be one of the first steps a freshman takes. Here are some important things to consider.
How to pick a major that can help pay you back
It’s a big financial return, but college is also a big investment, especially when you’re not quite sure what to major in. Luckily, there are a few ways to start answering those questions and pick a major that can help pay you back.
Is college the only path? Picking the education that's best for you
Depending on your goals and interests, you could be happy and successful without a traditional four-year degree. Here’s a look at what your higher education path can mean for your future career – and some tips for calculating the return on investment (ROI).
How to pay for your most important college moments
Developing a plan is one of the most important steps to saving money as a college student. Here are a few suggestions for getting the most out of your college years—without breaking the bank.