College Bound

Adulting takes practice. Now that you're going to college, you'll need to learn how to balance friends, classes, homework – and a budget. Live your best life at school with these smart financial solutions and tips.

Benefits

Brainy Banking

Our no-hassle Student Account with no-minimum account balance and access to over 32,000 surcharge free ATMs is a no-brainer.

No More IOUs

Pay friends back for pizza using their email address or mobile number with People Pay. Parents can use this to send an allowance, too.

Cut Tuition Costs

Earning a college degree can be expensive. Find opportunities for grants and scholarships that offer free money toward your education.

Scholarly Advice

  • Link to video testimonial of Use our mobile app to send money

    Use our mobile app to send money to anyone via text or email with People Pay, keep track of spending, receive account alerts, and deposit checks with Mobile Deposit.

  • Link to video testimonial of Fill out your FAFSA

    Fill out your Free Application for Financial Student Aid (FAFSA) to find out how much financial aid you can get. You can also look for scholarships and grants available from  your local community, employer, high school, religious, organizations, community groups and online.

  • Link to video testimonial of Open a Student Banking account

    Open a Student Banking account from First Federal Bank and enjoy no minimum balance requirements and fee-free ATMs while you earn rewards.

  • Link to video testimonial of Appointment with a financial aid counselor

    Schedule an appointment with a financial aid counselor at the college you’re attending to learn about the types of grants and scholarships available to you.

  • Link to video testimonial of Use a debit card

    Use a debit card that lets you earn rewards and set controls for spending and security.

  • Link to video testimonial of Find free entertainment

    Find free entertainment and events near campus, such as shows, concerts and art exhibits.

  • Link to video testimonial of Look for student discounts

    Look for student discounts online, at local retailers and restaurants, as well as within your campus community to help save.

  • Link to video testimonial of Buying, renting and selling textbooks

    Consider buying, renting and selling textbooks online instead of going to the bookstore to save money on overall college costs.

  • Link to video testimonial of Tally up all of your expenses

    Tally up all of your expenses and see what can be cut. For example, cutting the cable cord can afford you a few more nights out with your friends.

  • Link to video testimonial of Figure out your income

    Figure out your income (what you receive from a job and/ or your parents) and your expenses (what you need to pay for) to determine what money is left over.

  • Link to video testimonial of Be careful with credit and loans

    Be careful with credit cards and loans, and only borrow what you can truly pay back.

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