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NDSU ID Card - U.S. Bank
NDSU students have the ability to create a US Bank checking account and linking it to their NDSU ID Cards. Find out more below.
U.S. Bank is proud to be your campus banking partner
Boost your financial wellness and enter to win a scholarship.*
To help you manage your money throughout your college experience and beyond, U.S. Bank offers financial resources, webinars and even a scholarship opportunity.
When you visit the Financial IQ Student Center, you can start building smart financial habits and learn more about the scholarship. Educational videos and interactive tools help improve your money management skills, plus you can sign up to watch live or previous webinars on budgeting, avoiding student debt, investing and more. And discover how the short online financial lessons set you up for a chance to win a scholarship.
*Scholarship only available at select times throughout the year.
Open a U.S. Bank Student Checking Account1 and link it to your NDSU ID Card – making it your all-in-one campus ID and ATM/debit card. We’ve made it convenient for you to manage your money with a great checking account for students. Learn more about U.S. Bank.
- NDSU Memorial Union (701.293.2841)
All regular account opening procedures apply. $25 minimum deposit is required to open a U.S. Bank Checking Account. Fees for non-routine transaction may apply. Deposit products offered by U.S. Bank National Association. Member FDIC. ©2021 U.S. Bank.
Your school chose U.S. Bank to add optional banking functionality to the campus ID card and may receive financial support from U.S. Bank to offset costs otherwise incurred by the school. Students, faculty, and staff are not required to open an account with U.S. Bank to receive or use the campus ID card for other campus services.
For your convenience, U.S. Bank has two ATMs on the NDSU campus located in Memorial Union.
NDSU Memorial Union
1301 12th Ave N
Fargo, ND 58102
Reporting Lost or Stolen Cards
If your NDSU Card is lost or stolen, call NDSU Police at 231-8998 immediately to deactivate it, or manage your card on the NDSU Card Center website, or 231-6252 during business hours. A new card from the NDSU Card Center is $20.
If your NDSU Card has been activated to act as your U.S. Bank ATM and PIN-based debit card, notify U.S. Bank immediately at 800-US-BANKS (872-2657)
Per Department of Education Regulations, North Dakota State University must notify you that North Dakota State University has chosen to partner with U.S.Bank to offer students, faculty and staff the option to add banking functionality to the campus ID card.
You are not required to open an account with U.S. Bank to receive or use the campus ID card for other campus services or to receive disbursement of financial aid.
Your funds can be direct deposited into an account at any financial institution including a pre-existing account already belonging to you.
The university partnership with U.S. Bank was formed after a competitive selection process (U.S.Bank Agreement). Questions about the University's partnership with U.S. Bank may be directed to the NDSU Card Center at 701.231.6252 or by email to email@example.com
Click on the link below to learn more about the major features of the U.S. Bank Student Checking account, as well as, the commonly assessed fees and terms & conditions for this account.
I have read and understand that funds can be direct deposited into an account at any financial institution including a pre-existing account already belonging to me.
Deposit products offered by U.S. Bank National Association. Member FDIC. ©2016 U.S. Bank