Student Checking



Move To The Head Of The Class

If you are a student who is looking to take control of managing  your money, an Inland Bank Student Checking is the perfect place to start. That’s because Inland’s Student Checking account was designed by students for students ages 16 to 22.1 

The account is packed with everyday money management tools like mobile banking and Card Valet, a solution that allows you to control your Debit Card spending and security.  The account also includes exclusive benefits like 1% cash back on Debit Card purchases per statement cycle and unlimited Combined Foreign and Cirrus ATM Fee rebates.2

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1% cash back on Debit Card purchases per statement cycle up to $15 per month/$180 per year
Unlimited Combined Foreign and Cirrus ATM Fee rebates2

One complimentary variety pack of personalized checks at account opening.
Visa® Debit Card / Card Valet 
MoneyPass® Network3   
Online/Mobile Banking and Bill Pay
Apple Pay®, Google Pay® and Samsung Pay®


1 - One account per Social Security Number. Available to students ages 16 to 22. Students age 16-17 are required to have a parent or guardian on the account with them.  2 - Reimbursement does not include the International Service fee (Visa ISA Fee) and any other associated fees charged for certain foreign transactions conducted outside the continental United States. 3 - Using an ATM that is not in the  MoneyPass® network may result in both the Bank charging an Out of Network Fee and the ATM Owner charging a Surcharge Fee. Please refer to the fee schedule for other related costs, such as replacement card, rush orders and out of ATM network fees.
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