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Student Checking

Student Banking Made Easy.

Students face challenges every day, from studying for exams to getting to class.  Our Free Student Checking caters to these needs while keeping your busy day to day life in mind, including account security alerts and fraud detection tools to keep your account secure.

Get 24/7 Account Access at School or on the Go

Free Student Checking is a flexible account to meet your needs in school and beyond

Free Student Checking Offers:

  • Available to students age 16-24¹
  • Free online banking with bill pay
  • Free mobile banking and mobile check deposit
  • Free mobile banking app where you can access your account with just your fingerprint
  • Mobile Wallet featuring Apple Pay, Android Pay, and Samsung Pay
  • No minimum balance or monthly maintenance fee
  • Free ATM's² , plus, one surcharge rebate per statement period³
  • SecurLOCK Equip™ app that allows you to lock and unlock your debit card for purchases, and more
  • Send money instantly to another Rockland Trust Online Banking customer
  • Set up email or text alerts for date reminders, balance notifications, security alerts, and more

Visit one of our convenient branches to open a Free Student Checking account today.

Additional Resources

Helping you every step of the way

Meet with a Business Specialist 

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College Students Guide to Budgeting

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SecurLOCK™ Equip

The power to protect your Rockland Trust Debit Card is in your hands.
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1. You must be a full or part-time student between the ages of 16 and 24. Effective on your 25th birthday, your account will be converted to a similar product type.
2. Other institutions may impose a fee for the use of their ATM's if not part of the SUM® ATM Network.
3. Free Student Checking accounts will be reimbursed for one surcharge per statement period. Reimbursements will be reported to the IRS at the end of each tax year.