Banking Services

Penn has special relationships with two institutions: PNC Bank and the Student Federal Credit Union at the University of Pennsylvania (SFCU). In addition to the services and products offered by each of these providers, account holders can link their university ID (PennCard) to their checking or savings accounts for the added convenience of using the PennCard as an ATM or debit card*.

*All members of the Penn community have the option to choose any bank they wish — there is no requirement by the University that students, faculty, or staff bank at any particular financial institution.

About PNC Bank

PNC Bank

PNC Bank offers an array of choices to Penn students, faculty, and staff. In exchange for the opportunity to promote its programs to the University Community, PNC provides Penn with financial contributions that Penn uses to sustain important student programs and other University initiatives.

Students can apply online and faulty and staff can visit PNC Workplace Banking for more information. 

Visit a PNC branch to learn more or open an account. 

200 South 40th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

3535 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

About SFCU

Student Federal Credit Union logo

The Student Federal Credit Union at the University of Pennsylvania provides competitive full-service banking to all Penn students and alumni. It is the first and only student-run credit union in the Ivy League, and exclusively serves the community of the University of Pennsylvania. It is fully backed by the National Credit Union Administration and all member accounts are insured up to $250,000. Contact member services at 215-222-2604, or visit

Banking Relationship Disclosures

In compliance with the U.S. Department of Education's guidelines, Penn makes information on its marketing relationships with financial institutions publicly available.

We Care About Your Experience

Please know all matters related to your account are serviced by the respective financial institution that you have chosen and Penn does not have access to your individual account information. As such, if you have specific issues with your account, you should contact either PNC or SFCU directly. If, however, you would like to provide feedback about your experience (suggestions, compliments, concerns), you can use the Business Services Feedback Form to submit your comments by  selecting “Banking Relationships” in the Department Field.