Banking at Loyola
PNC Bank, ATMs Coming to Campus
Specialized bank accounts, a campus office, and Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) placed across campus are among the conveniences available to Loyolans as a result of a new relationship between Loyola and PNC Bank to provide campus banking services. This arrangement makes sense for a number of business reasons, and the campus banking program offered by PNC Bank is a natural extension and substantial benefit for our University community.
Where can I find a PNC branch?
There are currently three branches near the Lake Shore Campus and five branches near the Water Tower Campus. PNC operates nearly 150 branches and more than 200 ATMs in the Chicagoland area, which is part of an extensive network of 2,500 branches and 6,600 ATMs across 15 states and the District of Columbia.
Will PNC have a branch on campus?
PNC plans to build an electronic customer-service center in the Centennial Forum Student Union that will be staffed by a PNC employee and will provide direct customer-service support, but will not be designed for teller functions. The location, slated to open this summer, will feature an advanced-function ATM capable of accepting deposits and cashing checks down to the dollar.
PNC branches near Loyola campuses
Checks issued by Loyola University Chicago can be cashed at these PNC Branches.
Will there now be both PNC and Chase ATMs on campus?
No. The Chase ATMs have been removed to make room for the PNC ATMs. Note: Chase customers will still have convenient access to Chase branches on Sheridan Road and in the John Hancock Center, which are located near our lakeside campuses.
PNC ATM locations include:
Lake Shore Campus - Simpson Living-Learning Center, Klarchek Information Commons, Sullivan Center, and CFSU (coming soon)
Water Tower Campus - Corboy Law Center and Terry Student Center
Why is this good for Loyola students?
PNC is committed to the success of students, providing financial education and literacy programs, customer service, and unique money management tools like Virtual Wallet® Student. PNC will be a visible presence on campus and will support the University and provide students with convenient access to financial services. Lastly, the University plans to reinvest the financial benefits it receives back into student support, such as financial aid.
Where can I find out more about this?
In the coming weeks and months, Loyolans will likely see PNC on campus at various events, including Discover Loyola. Please also watch Inside Loyola this summer for new developments on this partnership.
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