Then, your id+ Card can be used at any PNC Bank ATM and at millions of ATMs around the world.Back to Top How do I link my Penn State 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."
Option #1: Online
Do it whenever it’s most convenient for you. Just sign in to your PNC Online Banking account, go to the Customer Service tab and click "Link Campus ID Card" under the Account Services section. On the next page, select your school and follow the easy instructions through the rest of the process, including selecting a unique Personal Identification Number (PIN) for your card in order to use it at ATMs.
Option #2: At a PNC Bank branch
Stop by a nearby branch and speak with one of our representatives. Click on "Locate PNC" to find a branch near you. And remember to select a PIN for your card in order to use it at ATM.
Option #3: By PhoneBack to Top Why do I need a Personal Identification Number (PIN) for my Penn State id+ Card? Your unique PIN enables your id+ Card to function at ATMs.
Call 877-PNC-1000 and ask the representative to link your card over the phone. And don't forget to select a PIN for your card in order to use it at ATMs.
This PIN is separate from the one you may have selected for your PNC Bank Visa Check Card. But you can choose whether you want the same PIN for both or make them different - whichever makes you more comfortable.Back to Top What if I lose my Penn State 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 your card is lost, remember to contact the id+ Card Office, too. You can report a lost card at www.idonline.psu.edu or call 814-865-7590.
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.Back to Top