Make Your Wildcard the Only Card On and Off Campus!
You have enough to worry about in college without having to stress out about your finances. U.S. Bank makes it simple. Open a U.S. Bank Student Checking account and turn your Wildcard into your Campus ID and ATM/Debit Card – all in one. We've made it easy for you to manage your money with a great checking account for students*.
Why should I link my Wildcard to a U.S. Bank checking account?
- It will lighten your load.
There's only one card to carry when you link your Wildcard to your U.S. Bank checking account.
- It's convenient to get cash.
U.S. Bank has six ATM locations on the Evanston campus and four on the Chicago campus.
- It's easy to make purchases.
You can use your Wildcard as a debit card at more than 1.5 million locations nationwide. Whether you're at the Norris Book Store or the grocery store, simply swipe your card, select "debit" and enter your ATM PIN code. The total will be debited from your checking account.
- It's secure.
Your Wildcard is not as easily identifiable as a bank card, and it requires a PIN to receive cash or make purchases. So if it's lost or stolen, there's a reduced chance of fraud or misuse. In the meantime, if your Wildcard is lost or stolen, notify U.S. Bank immediately at 800-US-BANKS (872-2657).
- Contact the U.S. Bank branch office at the Norris University Center at 847-475-3025 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The U.S. Bank relationship benefits both students and the University. The University receives financial support from its relationship with U.S. Bank that helps offset operating expenses for the Wildcard ID card program.
*Deposit products offered by U.S. Bank National Association. Member FDIC. ©2017 U.S. Bank. Your school chose U.S. Bank as its partner to offer students, faculty, and staff the option to add banking functionality to the campus ID card. Your school may receive financial support from U.S. Bank in the form of marketing funds, royalties, card stock or other compensation 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.Back to top