PNC's near-campus branch presence at 201 South Broad Street, combined with a comprehensive set of products and services - most notably Virtual Wallet® Student - will give Grove City College students and employees the tools they need to put financial education into practice in a way that fits their lifestyle.Back to Top Do I have to bank with PNC? No. Students, faculty and staff are free to bank with the institution of their choice. Back to Top What are the benefits of the university banking relationship with PNC? Beneficial features of the university banking relationship include:
Your request will be processed immediately; however, the change will not be reflected on Online Banking until the next business day.
If you do not have immediate access to the Internet, call 877-PNC-1000 as soon as you realize that your ID Card is lost and ask the PNC Bank representative to remove all existing links to your PNC Bank accounts. Or you may visit a nearby PNC branch and speak with a representative. It is a good idea to keep this number in your phone with you in a safe place, in case of emergency.Back to Top Why do I need a Personal Identification Number (PIN) when I link my Crimson ID Card? Student and employees need to select a PIN because your PIN enables your ID Card to function at ATMs and retail locations that accept STAR and PLUS for any PIN based transaction. As a safety measure, you should never share or write down your PIN. Back to Top
Grove City College and PNC Bank, National Association, have entered a university banking arrangement with an emphasis on expanding the use of the Crimson ID Card to include ATM and pin-based debit purchasing functionality for the university's students, faculty and staff.
PNC's ability to offer these services builds on an existing relationship between PNC and Grove City College.
Students linking their identification card to PNC accounts will benefit from the added safety of PIN-based security, requiring students to enter their private Personal Identification Number every time they wish to access an ATM or to make a purchase.