Chase College CheckingSM details:
For college students 17 to 24 years old at account opening with proof of student status
- $6 monthly service fee OR $0 for up to 5 years while in college OR $0 when you have any one of the following each monthly statement period:
- A direct deposit made to this account
- OR an average ending day balance of $5,000 or more in this account
- $25 minimum deposit to open
Account subject to approval.
See College Checking Clear & Simple Product Guide (PDF) for more details.
If you're between 17-24 years and have a Social Security number you can open your College Checking account online or visit a Chase branch to open an account.
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No monthly service fees
College Checking comes with no monthly service fee as long as you’re between 17-24 years and a student for up to 5 years
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Zero Liability Protection: You won't pay for unauthorized card transactions if you notify us promptly (see your account agreement for limitations and details).
Chase High School Checking details:
For students 13 to 17 years old at account opening with their parent/guardian as a co-owner and the account must be linked to the parent/guardian’s personal checking account. Linked accounts exclude Chase High School Checking and Chase College Checking
- $6 monthly service fee OR $0 when you have any one of the following each monthly statement period:
- A linked qualifying personal parent/guardian checking account
- OR a direct deposit made to this account
- OR, an average ending day balance of $5,000 or more in this account
- $25 minimum deposit to open.
Keep in mind: When the student turns 19, the Chase High School Checking account will become a Chase Total Checking® account.
Account subject to approval. Please visit a Chase branch for more information.
See High School Checking Clear & Simple Product Guide (PDF) for more details.
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