Free Student Checking Account in Massachusetts
Whether you’re buying books, gas, food or cool stuff for your college dorm room, your transactions are quick and easy with RTN Federal Credit Union's Massachusetts student checking account. Access your cash virtually anytime, anywhere too! With our free student checking account, you also enjoy convenience and reliability while avoiding the high fees typical at other financial institutions. Why switch to RTN Federal Credit Union for your student account?
Check out these unbeatable benefits:
* A $25 deposit to an interest bearing savings account is required to establish your credit union membership at RTN Federal Credit Union of Massachusetts before you can open a free student checking account. In order to remain exempt from ATM fees (not including transaction surcharges imposed by ATM owners), all students must provide RTN FCU with a copy of their current tuition bill on a yearly basis.
Of special interest to parents/guardians:
RTN FCU’s FREE Online Banking service is the best way to get money to your family members away at school. When both parents and students maintain accounts here at RTN, transfers can be done immediately by requesting your RTN FCU accounts to be linked to your student's checking account within our online banking.
Student Package applications:
> Main Share Savings Account (Required) with Online Banking option. (Please submit this application with a photocopy of your identification (including all joint owners, if applicable) on this account, a copy of a college tuition bill, and a deposit check of at least $25). Using this form will also allow you to sign up for our FREE checking and our ATM / Visa® Check Card*.
* Please note: In order to remain exempt from ATM fees on our Massachusetts student checking account, all students are responsible to provide RTN with a copy of their current tuition bill on a yearly basis.
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