Student Banking

Convenient Checking Package

Getting a Convenient Checking Package from Burke & Herbert Bank is the best way to start your adult financial life while you’re in school. As a full-time college student, it’s probably fair to say that money’s always tight. We make it easy to get started on the right track with a Convenient Checking Package for students, which includes a Convenient Checking Account, companion Statement Savings Account, and more.

Our Convenient Checking Account features a low $25 minimum deposit, no minimum balance and no monthly fees. Even better, you’ll not only receive fee-free ATM transactions at any ATM in the United States, we'll even pay other banks' ATM fees as well. And, your student checking account includes the convenience of free Online Banking and bill payment. And every account comes with a free Burke & Herbert Bank Visa® Debit Card. You can use your Card at millions of Visa merchants to pay for puchases easily and conveniently with funds from your checking account.You don’t have to be an economics major to see the value.

The Statement Savings Account is the perfect way to start saving and growing any money you earn. In fact, with this interest-bearing account, the more you save, the more you'll earn.

When you go off to college, you can take the peace of mind, comfort and convenience of Burke & Herbert Bank with you.

If you have any questions about opening a student checking account, or just need some financial education, stop by any branch or call us today at 703-684-1655.

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Or visit a local Burke & Herbert Bank branch or call 703-684-1655 to learn more.

There are no fees for transactions made at ATMs in the United States with a Burke & Herbert Bank Visa® Debit Card attached to a personal checking, savings, or money market account.

Open a savings account with just $50. A $2.00 monthly fee is waived when you meet either of the following requirements: Maintain a $100 average daily balance for the month, or receive a monthly direct deposit, such as a payroll or Social Security direct deposit, into your savings account.


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