Thaddeus Stevens College has partnered with PSECU (Pennsylvania State Employees Credit Union) since 2015 to provide on-campus banking services and Financial Education to the campus community. PSECU offers full-service banking including; FREE checking accounts to students, Alumni and their families with no money needed to open their membership, no minimum balance and no monthly service fees. Plus very competitive loan rates for your borrowing needs. In most cases all that’s needed is a State ID or Driver’s License. There are two PSECU ATM’s located right on campus and over 30,000 other FREE ATM’s to use as a member as well as up to $20.00 a month in ATM rebates. PSECU also offers free online & mobile banking, free checks and your credit score monthly for free.
PSECU Office Hours in MAC Building 2nd Floor
|Mondays||6:00 PM - 8:00 PM|
|Tuesdays||11:30 AM - 2:00 PM|
|Wednesdays||9:00 AM -1:00 PM|
|Thursdays||9:00 AM – 11:00 AM|
The Credit union difference
Banks are for-profit entities that make money for their corporate stockholders. Credit unions are not-for-profit. We work for you. Any earnings we might have after we've paid our operating expenses are returned to our members in the form of things like free checking, a rebate program for ATM surcharges, competitive loan rates and, when we can, a Relationship reward. For details, see psecu.com/getmore.
- No minimum balance, no monthly service fees
- Immediate access to deposited funds
- Free basic-style checks
Free Online & Mobile Banking
- Free monthly credit score service
- Free bill-payer service
- Free mobile app
- Free account alerts can be sent to your phone
- mobile check deposit
- At least one surcharge-free ATM on Campus
- Nationwide access to 425,000 surcharge-free ATMs for deposits and withdrawals
- Surcharge-free rebates (if you have to use an out-of-network ATM
- Up to $20/month if you have Direct Deposit
- Up to $8/month without it
Free Financial Education
Have questions about things like your credit score, credits cards, getting out of debt and budgeting? We have answers that can help you make the most out of every penny you earn, both while you're in school and after you graduate. At our interactive WalletWorks events, we explain the money management concepts most important to you -- right here on Campus.
We look for enthusiastic students with a passion for helping others to guide their peers on a path to financial growth. Responsibilities include explaining our products and services, demonstrating how to use online and mobile banking tools, and assisting with membership applications.
Random act of freeness
no one likes free more than we do, and to help spread the word, we give away Random Acts of Freeness such as sunglasses, flying discs, pizza and so much more. We've even sponsored chair massages during finals week! Watch for happenings at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology!
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