Student Easy-Access Checking
Benefits of Student-Easy Access:
- No minimum balance
- No monthly service charges
- $50 minimum opening deposit
- $25 minimum if opened online
- Complimentary personal financial management through Digital Banking
- Free Visa Debit Card
- Free Online Banking and Mobile Banking with Bill Pay
- Free e-Statement
- Free Thank You Gift
- Work with Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay
- Access to 55,000 ALLPOINT ATMS, nationwide
- Five non-Carver ATM withdrawals fees waived per statement cycle
Minimum opening deposit is only $50.00. $25.00 if the account is opened online. Free gift provided at the time of account opening. The value of free gift may be reported to the IRS. Fees, such as non-sufficient funds, overdraft fees, etc. may apply to all accounts. See Fee Schedule for details. E-statement available at no charge, otherwise $3.00 fee per monthly paper statement. Carver Federal Savings Bank will waive up to five (5) Non-Carver Bank ATM withdrawal fees of $2.50 per calendar month. This is a fee that Carver Bank charges you for using a machine not owned and operated by Carver Bank. See your account disclosures and agreements for other important terms and conditions that may apply.
Carver Bank has teamed up with The Society for Financial Education and Professional Development, Inc. (SFE&PD), a leader in the financial literacy movement, to teach students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)important personal finance skills that lead to economic success.
In 2017, SFE&PD started a Student Ambassador Program to train college students to teach their peers about personal finance, specifically targeted for students at HBCUs. Carver Bank is proud to partner with SFE&PD to advance financial skills and opportunities for HBCU students by providing educational tools, resources, and access to Carver’s leadership team to increase the financial engagement of students and individuals from underserved communities.
With the support of Carver Bank, SFE&PD will teach its innovative peer-to-peer financial literacy program on three HBCU campuses:
- Medgar Evers University
- Howard University
- University of the District of Columbia