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Link your ID to your PNC Bank account.
When you need money fast, go to PNC - we're right on the CMU campus.
Need some in-person assistance?
We have branches nearby.
Just think of it. The lectures. The tradition. The intellectual atmosphere. Oh and the, um…social life. To get the most out of all that excitement, you'll want to make the most of your money. Virtual Wallet Student helps manage life on campus, and your budget, with features that let you bank the way you want to.
When you need money fast, go to PNC. Our nearest branches and ATMs are listed below. You can also use our ATM and Branch Locator to find us no matter where you are, and sometimes banking online or going mobile can be what the situation calls for.
Link your ID to your PNC Bank account and you can use your ID+ Card to get cash at ATMs. Linking is free, and you get the convenience of carrying one card around campus.
Frequently Asked Questions
I want to use my Carnegie Mellon ID+ Card as an ATM Card - where do I start?
It's easy - all you need to do is:
How do I link my Carnegie Mellon ID+ Card to my PNC account?
You have three options for linking your card. No matter which you choose, it should only take a few minutes to "get linked."
Why do I need a Personal Identification Number (PIN) for my Carnegie Mellon ID+ Card?
Your unique PIN enables your ID+ Card to function at ATMs and retail locations that accept STAR for any PIN based transaction.
This PIN is separate from the one you may have selected for your PNC Bank Visa® Debit Card. But you can choose whether you want the same PIN for both or make them different - whichever makes you more comfortable.
What if I lose my Carnegie Mellon ID+ Card?
If you lose your ID+ Card, you should immediately remove any existing links to your PNC Bank accounts. You have the following options to remove the link(s):
It is very important to remove the account links attached to your ID+ Card as soon as you realize your card has been lost.
If you lose your ID+ Card, you are not required to obtain a new PIN. However, you may choose to do so by either going online, or visiting the nearest branch.
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Planning for College
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Tips from Experts
We want you to have the knowledge and confidence to manage your money. That’s why we created PNC Achievement Sessions—a series of practical sessions taught by real-world experts on financial topics that matter to you.
Banking in the US
While in the United States, International Students may need to manage their finances, and a bank checking account can help them do that. This overview provides additional information on banking in the U.S. as well as different types of accounts that may be available and what may be needed to apply for one.
We get it. You want them to be independent. But it's always nice to have a lifeline home. Virtual Wallet Student has features like alerts that when enrolled can give you an insight into their account while still letting them figure things out on their own.
PNC has banking designed just for students.
Our Virtual Wallet Student provides a banking solution with features like a calendar customized for students, mobile and text banking and much more, students can have a clear view and control of their money.
PNC student accounts are parent-friendly too.
When enrolled, “Parent Alerts” can allow you to see the same e-mail notice your student gets when the account balance is getting low.
Starting college is daunting enough, even when it's in your home country. Make your transition to the U.S. easy by finding out the essentials of banking here, getting money from home, and keeping track of your hard-earned dollars.
Contact us by phone between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m., ET, Monday through Friday and 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., ET, Saturday and Sunday, at 877-PNC-1000 (877-762-1000), or visit your local PNC Bank branch.
Online Banking is free to customers with an eligible account; however there may be a fee for certain optional services. We reserve the right to decline or revoke access to Online Banking or any of its services. All online banking services are subject to and conditional upon adherence to the terms and conditions of the PNC Online Banking Service Agreement.
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