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Compare student bank accounts
Get fee-free checking and exclusive perks — but watch out for low spending limits.
Compare student bank accountsEvery dollar matters when you're a student, which is why so many banks offer checking accounts with no monthly fees for students. Use this table to compare student bank accounts by fees, ATMs and minimum deposits.
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