Students & Parents

First PREMIER Bank

Keeping You Connected

Students and parents can stay connected even at a distance with simple FREE+ Checking and more.

FREE Student-Friendly Checking

 

More Great Features

  • Access to 33,000+ surchage-free MoneyPass® ATMs
  • Link First PREMIER Bank accounts for easy money transfers
  • Establish overdraft protection to keep you in the green
  • Use our financial tools for spending analysis and budgeting help
  • Set up easy account alerts to monitor spending and transactions

Built in Protections for Students

  • 24/7 Fraud Monitoring blocks suspicious transactions 
  • eStatements reduce the likelihood of mail fruad
  • Debit cards with EMV chips for added security 
  • Access to Customer Care when you need it
  • Zero Liability® Fraud Protection for debit card purchases
  • Lock/unlock for lost and stolen cards via online banking
  • Cutting edge online mobile banking with multi-factored, muli-tiered authenication, security and encryption
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FUNDING FOR SCHOOL

Private Student Loans

First PREMIER private student loans can help pay for expenses not covered by scholarships and federal loans.

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Internships & Scholarships

Each year, First PREMIER Bank awards 17 community scholarships to deserving students attending qualifying South Dakota schools.

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More for Students

First PREMIER Bank

USD Debit Mastercard®

Show your spirit when you pay with the official debit card of the USD Coyotes. Get your Coyote Debit Mastercard® FREE, and enjoy one-of-a-kind fan experiences, ticket opportunities and more. Simply visit your local branch1 or call 800-501-6535 to order yours today.

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Collegiate Support

Find out how PREMIER supports schools, colleges, universities and students.


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About Us

Learn more about First PREMIER Bank and why we're the bank of choice for many.


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Disclosure

{1} Instant issue is not available at the following branches: Wakonda, Lake Norden, Castlewood, Kranzburg, Sanford Health Branch and Watertown Plaza.