Welcome Boilermakers! Get $50!
Who doesn't want an extra $50?
Open a FREE student checking account with Purdue Federal between May 11 and July 31 and join Purdue Alumni Student Experience (PASE) by August 31, and we'll deposit $50 directly in to your account!1
We're here to be your trusted financial partner for life.
Student Package: Student Checking + Savings + Visa® Credit Card
"I want to open my Purdue Federal account first"
Great! After you've opened your Purdue Federal account, sign up for your PASE membership and then upload the image or PDF of your PASE membership card as a Secure Message in Digital Banking.
"I already have a PASE membership."
Upload the image or PDF of your PASE membership card during the application process of opening your Purdue Federal account. You can also open your account in one of our branches and show your PASE membership card to our staff.
There for you wherever you are
Purdue Federal has more ATMs on campus than any other financial institution at Purdue. Visit our TWO Purdue Federal on-campus branches:
You can take Purdue Federal with you even after you graduate. As a member, you'll have access to our nationwide network of ATMs and shared branches.
1Membership eligibility required. The Annual Percentage Yield (APY) for Purdue Federal Student Checking is 0.00% APY for all balances. Bonus offer not available to existing checking account holders. Bonus offer valid to PASE members on new student checking accounts opened between May 11, 2020 and July 31, 2020 in one of our branches or online at www.purduefed.com. To qualify for bonus, account holder’s PASE membership card must be presented at a Purdue Federal branch or through secure messaging in digital banking no later than August 31, 2020, account holder must sign up for a debit card, enroll in online banking and paperless statements, and must open a savings account with a minimum $5 balance. Bonus will be deposited into the checking account within ten business days after all conditions have been met. Social Security Number required for account holder to receive bonus. Bonus is considered interest and will be reported on the IRS Form 1099-INT. Other terms and conditions apply.
2Subject to approval. No Annual Fee. APR = Annual Percentage Rate.