Whether you're just starting out or about to retire, SNB Bank NA is here for you every step of the way.

Life as a Student

LEARN TO MANAGE YOUR MONEY

You may still rely on financial help from your parents or other family members, but it’s not too early to start cultivating sound money-management habits. Many financially sound adults accomplish their goals through careful financial planning that began when they were students.

3 TIPS FOR SOUND MONEY MANAGEMENT

Manage your funds responsibly using our Prepaid TransCard MasterCard

You will be better able to manage your money safely without over spending. With a prepaid card you can only spend what has been loaded on the card yet still have all of the benefits of a debit card such as:


  • Online Banking & Bill Pay

  • Mobile Alerts

  • Online, Retail and Phone Purchases

  • Card to Card Transfers


Become a Saver with a SNB Personal Savings Account

Learning to save money in your teens and college years is an excellent habit that will train you be a good money manager for the rest of your life.

Set goals for your money and start saving NOW. If you have no immediate goals, your goal can be to have a “money cushion” for when that important need for cash occurs.


  • 25.00 minimum opening deposit

  • No monthly service charge if account maintains a minimum daily balance

  • Minimum balance to obtain interest


Start a SNB Student Checking Account

A checking account provides a means to learn how to responsibly handle cash, make smart financial decisions and keep track of your spending records.

Whether you use a debit card or paper checks, your checking account can help you manage your budget, including paying your bills on time and balancing your checkbook. With these good habits, you can start building a good credit reputation NOW.


  • For students in school or under 23 years of age

  • 25.00 minimum opening deposit

  • No monthly service charge


TIPS FOR EFFECTIVE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

  • Set a savings goal and keep track of your progress.

  • If you have a job, don’t spend everything you make.

  • Know your account details—overdraft charges, interest rates, withdrawal restrictions, minimum balances, etc.

  • Record ALL of your transactions daily for your checking and savings accounts, whether they are made with debit or credit cards or paper checks and deposit slips.