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6 Things Know Before Opening a Bank of America Student Account

Like many college students, opening a bank account could be the first step you take in managing your personal finances. Even if you had a checking or savings account while in high school, you might be considering changing banks in college. Maybe there’s a Bank of America branch on or near your university campus, or perhaps you’ve heard good things about BofA and wonder if that particular bank is a good choice for you. 

This article will provide the information you should know before opening a student account at one of the largest banks in the U.S., Bank of America. Topics covered include:

  • Eligibility requirements for opening a BofA student checking account
  • The difference between the two types of BofA student checking accounts and how to decide which is best for you
  • The pros and cons of opening a Bank of America student checking account
  • What you need to know about BofA checking service fees
  • What you need to know about minimum balances
  • How to decide if a BofA checking account is the right choice for you 

Eligibility Requirements for Bank of America Student Checking Accounts

Bank of America has two types of checking accounts suitable for most students: the BofA Advantage SafeBalance Banking checking account and the Advantage Plus Banking checking account. Even though BofA doesn’t specifically refer to either of these as “student accounts,” they will waive their monthly service fees for students who are under 24 years old and enrolled in high school, a vocational program, or college or university. 

It’s easy to open either of these new accounts. You just need to present your Social Security number, provide a minimum opening deposit of $100 for the Advantage Plus or $25 for the Advantage SafeBalance account, and maintain a permanent address in the U.S. 

Bank of America Advantage SafeBalance vs. Advantage Plus

While the Advantage SafeBalance and Advantage Plus accounts offer a monthly maintenance fee waiver for students, there are significant differences between the accounts:

  • Advantage Plus: The Bank of America Advantage Plus Banking account is a traditional checking account. You can purchase paper checks to write on the account, as well as use a debit card with the account to use for purchases and at ATMs. If you overdraw the account — take out or spend more money than you have in your account at the time — you will be charged an overdraft fee. Note that you might be able to set up overdraft protection for this account, but that would entail setting up a savings account or making some other arrangement with the bank — like a line of credit — that likely won’t be an option if you are a student.
  • Advantage SafeBalance: The Bank of America Advantage SafeBalance Banking account doesn’t offer checks, but you do get a debit card to use. You’ll never be charged an overdraft fee with this account because the bank won’t honor purchases or withdrawals in excess of your balance. If you don’t have enough money in your account to cover the transaction, they will simply decline payment. 

Pros and Cons of Bank of America Checking Accounts

As is the case with all banking options, you’ll find some pros and cons to each. Ultimately, which type of account you choose will depend on your particular circumstances and needs.

The following sections list some of the pros and cons associated with the Bank of America checking accounts to help you make a sound decision. 

Pros of Bank of America Checking

BofA’s checking accounts definitely offer some real advantages. They include:

  • Branch accessibility: Bank of America has 4,300 branches spread out over 37 states and Washington, D.C. If you go to school in one of those states, you should easily be able to find a bank branch on or close to campus.
  • ATM accessibility: Bank of America makes on-the-go banking extremely convenient for busy college students. BofA operates around 17,000 ATMs where you can check your balance, make a deposit, transfer funds between accounts or make a cash withdrawal without having to pay a user fee. 
  • Award-winning mobile app and online banking: BofA’s award-winning mobile banking app lets you do practically all of your banking on your smartphone. You’ll be able to see all of your accounts, make mobile check deposits, set up bill pay, transfer funds and instantly send money to friends through Zelle, all without ever having to leave your dorm room. You can also use your computer for online banking.
  • Savings incentives: Bank of America invites debit card users to enroll in its Keep the Change program. Under the program, each time you make a purchase using your debit card, the amount of the purchase is automatically rolled up to the next whole dollar amount, and the excess change is automatically transferred to your savings account. This is a great way to begin budgeting for a spring break trip or saving up for a plane ticket back home.

Cons of Bank of America Checking

Of course, like anything else, banking with Bank of America has a few downsides.

  • Inconvenience: Often, a student will open a bank account in their hometown — maybe because it’s where their parents’ bank is — and then use a branch of that same bank near their college campus when the need arises. However, if you open a Bank of America account in your home state and then end up attending college in one of the 13 states that don’t have a Bank of America presence, you could end up in a bind. Not only will you not be able to do in-person banking when you want to, but you also won’t find fee-free BofA ATMs.  
  • High fees:
    • If you end up using a non-Bank of America ATM with your BofA debit card, you could end up paying a lot in transaction fees. BofA charges $2.50 per transaction, plus, you will be charged whatever fees the financial institution that owns the ATM charges. You could end up paying anywhere from $5 to over $8 or $9 per ATM transaction. 
    • Bank of America also charges high overdraft fees if you choose a checking account — like Advantage Plus — that allows for overdrafts. Bank of America charges its customers $35 each time a checking account is overdrawn. If you make a mistake with your account and write several checks that end up in overdraft, you could easily incur over $100 in fees from that one mistake.  

Bank of America Checking Service Fees

Many banks charge their customers a monthly maintenance fee for their checking account. Bank of America is no exception. While you’ll be allowed to have a service fee-free account until you graduate or reach the age of 24, whichever comes first, you will incur checking service fees if you keep your BofA account beyond graduation. Those fees are:

  • $12 per month for the Core Checking account and Advantage Plus checking account, unless your employer or another person or institution makes a direct deposit of at least $250 each month into your account or you maintain a minimum daily balance of $1,500 or more
  • $25 per month for BofA’s interest checking account, which is waived if you keep a combined $10,000 balance in all of your Bank of America accounts
  • $4.95 a month for your SafeBalance banking account

Bank of America Checking Minimum Balances

The minimum balances BofA charges for its two student-friendly checking accounts — $25 for the SafeBalance and $100 for the Advantage Plus — are not unusual. Many, if not all, banks require some kind of minimum balance to open the account or avoid fees or receive other perks. 

Banks impose minimum balances on account holders because they want more deposits. The more money banks have in their coffers, the more they can lend to people and charge interest for. Also, banking regulations favor banks that maintain a certain level of bank deposits, so incentivizing you to keep money in your account helps banks with compliance. Finally, banks offset their operation costs with the fees they charge customers, so whether you keep a minimum balance, they still make money.  

Confusion can arise, however, because banks use different methods to calculate whether and when you have met the minimum balance. Be sure to ask the bank how and when they calculate their minimum balance requirements, including what constitutes a statement cycle, before deciding to open your account. Also, be sure to ask if there are other ways to avoid incurring fees after you stop being an eligible student, such as using online banking or setting up direct deposit. 

Is Bank of America Checking Good for You?

Whether Bank of America ends up being the right choice for a student checking account depends on if the benefits outweigh any potential problems for you. As one of the largest banks in the country, there’s a good chance that you will have a BofA branch in proximity to your home or campus. However, if you are studying in a state without a BofA, you could end up incurring a lot in ATM fees.

If you decide to go with a BofA account, you’ll need to choose between the Advantage Plus or SafeBalance account. If you will be doing a lot of check-writing, you will need the paper checks that come with Advantage Plus. Keep in mind that you could be charged a lot in overdraft fees if you are not extremely careful with how you manage your account. 

If you never write checks and don’t like the risk of incurring overdraft fees, then SafeBalance might be the way to go. It’s important to remember that after you turn 24 or graduate from college or your vocational program, both accounts will revert to charging you fees unless you meet certain requirements, so make sure you understand all the possibilities. 

Need More Help? CollegeFinance.com Is Your Resource for Student Financial Information

Planning for college is an exciting time in every student’s life. But it can also be stressful, especially when it comes to figuring out how to handle the financial aspects of obtaining an education. Along with choosing the best bank to meet your needs, you might be gathering information on how to save for college, how student loans work, and how you will pay off your student debt. 

CollegeFinance.com can help. We’re experts in helping students like you manage the financial aspects of a college education, freeing you up to focus on working for your degree, rather than on how you’re going to pay for it.

Источник: https://collegefinance.com/saving-for-college/bank-of-america-student-account

Bank of America Student Checking Accounts Review

College students are likely to turn to a big bank for their first checking account.

Bank of America is one of them --and it has a presence near many college campuses.

Since picking a checking account can be a difficult decision, we break down the student checking options from Bank of America.

Now:

Bank of America does not provide a specific checking account labeled for students.

Rather, the student checking options from Bank of America are:

  • Advantage SafeBalance
  • Advantage Plus

Both of these checking accounts will waive the monthly fee for students under 24 who are enrolled in high school, college or vocational programs.

We're going to take a look at the different features available to help decide on a checking account that will be crucial to your finances during the school year.

Bank of America Pros & Cons for Students

ProsCons
  • No monthly fee for qualifying high school and college students
  • Automatic savings program
  • Mobile banking apps available
  • Bank of America may not have presence at all college campuses
  • Service fees are on the higher end

Advantage SafeBalance vs. Advantage Plus

For students, the most notable difference between these two accounts is the availability of check-writing and overdrafts

SafeBalance does not offer checks and you cannot overdraw your account (i.e., spend more money than your account balance). So, overdraft fees won't be charged. Additionally, to prevent overdrafts, transactions will be rejected if you don't have enough funds.

Advantage Plus does offer checks and overdrafts can happen (overdraft fees apply). This account is the traditional checking option.

How do you choose?

As a college student, you may or may not encounter regular expenses that require you to write a check.

For example, you may need to write a check to pay for off-campus housing. You may need to write a check for certain school supplies or expenses.

That said:

You have online bill pay capabilities to have Bank of America send a payment on your behalf. But, will the biller accept it?

No Monthly Fees Until the Age of 24

The best part of both of these accounts:

Accountholders under the age of 24 don’t have to pay a monthly fee — if they’re also enrolled in school.

This includes enrollment in either high school, a college or university, or a vocational program.

They must provide proof of school enrollment at the time of opening the account to avoid the fee.

Monthly fees are common with many checking accounts. This fee covers the cost of maintaining the account.

Be mindful of the fact that while it is possible to avoid the monthly maintenance fee, there’s an opening deposit required to get the account.

You’ll need a minimum deposit of $25 for Bank of America Advantage SafeBalance or $100 for Advantage Plus.

ATM Access

Your debit check card also functions as an ATM card.

Since Bank of America is a nationwide financial institution, you shouldn’t have a problem locating an ATM or branch when away from home.

Being able to access a Bank of America ATM no matter your location can save you hundreds in out-of-network ATM fees over the years.

That means:

As a student, you should consider this account only if you have a Bank of America ATM on campus.

Why?

There’s a $2.50 fee for using a non-Bank of America ATM in the U.S, and a $5 fee for using a non-Bank of America ATM outside the country.

Your debit card will have either a Visa or MasterCard logo. So you can use the card wherever Visa and MasterCard are accepted.

This includes international retailers, although a 3 percent international transaction fee will apply.

Fraud liability

As added protection, your debit card also comes with a zero liability guarantee. If your debit card becomes lost or stolen, you’re not responsible for unauthorized purchases or fraudulent activity.

Even so, make sure you report theft or loss as soon as possible. There’s also an option to temporarily lock and unlock your debit card via online or mobile banking.

This is an excellent feature if you misplaced your debit card, but want to search for it before reporting it lost or stolen.

Round Up Purchases and Build Your Savings

Checking accounts are useful for paying bills and managing personal finances.

Yet, it’s also wise to have a savings account for emergencies.

You should have between three and six month’s of income in reserves for an emergency.

Ideal Size of an Emergency Fund

To start...Ideal goal...Super safe...
$1,0003-6 months of essential expenses12 months of expenses

Of course, saving money is easier said than done for many students due to a lack of disposable income.

Fortunately, opting into Bank of America’s Keep the Change program can help grow your account.

This is how it works:

Link your debit card to a Bank of America savings account that you use for the Keep the Change program.

Each time you make a buy with the debit card, Bank of America rounds up purchases to the nearest dollar.

The bank deposits the difference into your savings account.

Transfer Money and Deposit Checks Remotely

Nowadays, managing a bank account is all about convenience. In all likelihood, you don’t have time to visit a bank between class and work.

Fortunately, online and mobile banking lets you manage your finances without ever stepping foot inside a branch.

Sign up for online banking and track your account from any location. Check your account balance 24 hours a day, seven days a week, transfer funds between accounts, set up bill pay, or send secure messages.

If you have a smartphone or a tablet, download the Bank of America mobile banking app.

You’ll enjoy the same features as online banking, but there’s also the option of mobile check deposit with the app.

The best part for college students:

Use your Bank of America mobile app to quickly and securely send money to anyone.

If you split the dinner bill with a friend and need to send them cash for your part, you only need their email address or mobile number to send what you owe.

And the best part is that they don’t have to be a Bank of America customer to receive the money.

This is quick and convenient, and you don’t have to worry about going to an ATM or writing a check.

Be Mindful of Other Bank Fees

Although Bank of America may waive the monthly maintenance fee, you’re still responsible for other fees.

For example, if you have insufficient funds in your account to cover a purchase, the bank may charge a $35 overdraft fee.

The bank charges this fee up to four times per day.

To protect yourself from overdraft fees, opt into overdraft protection service and link a Bank of America savings account with your checking account.

If you don’t have enough in checking to cover a transaction, money from your savings will transfer into your checking to avoid an overdraft.

Unfortunately, there’s a $12 fee per day that a transfer is made.

Be aware that while there’s no fee for a debit card, there is a $5 fee to replace an ATM or debit card. You’ll pay $15 for a rush delivery.

Tips to Compare Checking Accounts

When you’re young and don’t know much about checking accounts, you might assume that every checking account is the same.

This couldn’t be further from the truth.

Some checking accounts nickel and dime accountholders, whereas others offer a multitude of freebies. These might include no monthly maintenance fees, free out-of-network ATM usage, and free checks.

As you look for a checking account, the main features to compare are the minimum deposit to open an account, the monthly maintenance fee, and bonus features that make the account unique (rewards program, savings programs, etc.).

If you prefer an interest-bearing account, compare APRs to get the highest return on your money.

At the end of the day, you want to build a relationship with a bank that offers more than it takes.

You shouldn’t feel as if you’re giving away your hard-earned money and not getting much in return.

Final Verdict

This account is an excellent choice for all students, but particularly those who attend an out-of-state college, given how Bank of America is a nationwide bank.

The account is also built for students who have limited cash. They’re able to get started with a low opening deposit and no monthly maintenance fee.

This lets them keep more of their money.

As a bonus, the Keep the Change program can put savings on autopilot, and help students develop good savings habits at an earlier age.

If you’re thinking about this account, keep in mind that it doesn’t earn interest.

As you become older and explore other checking options, look into getting an account that earns interest. These accounts are a bonus if you’ll maintain a large balance in your checking account.

Bank of America also has an interest checking account option. Before opening an account here, compare this checking account with interest checking accounts offered by online banks.

The latter will likely offer better rates and friendlier ATM fee policies.

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Источник: https://www.mybanktracker.com

Del State Receives $1M from Bank of America for Job Initiative

Delaware State University and Bank of America today announced a new $1 million jobs initiative partnership to help students of color successfully complete the education and training necessary to enter the workforce and embark on a path to success in Delaware and beyond. This initiative builds on Bank of America’s ongoing work in Delaware to address the underlying issues facing individuals and communities of color who have been disproportionately impacted by the current health crisis.

“Bank of America is committed to advancing racial equality and economic opportunity in Delaware, helping a diverse group of young adults gain skills and experience that will put them on a path to success,” said Chip Rossi, Delaware market president for Bank of America. “Our longstanding partnership with Delaware State University builds on our efforts to advance economic mobility through a focus on education and workforce development.”

This year, the bank provided nearly $4 million to nonprofits in Delaware focused on economic mobility and connecting individuals with opportunities to obtain skills and employment.  This initiative is part of the bank’s recent $1 billion, four-year commitment to advance racial equality and economic opportunity, and its $25 million commitment to enhance upskilling and re-skilling for Black/African American and Hispanic-Latino individuals.

“Sustained corporate engagement is an absolute necessity for changing the landscape for millions of talented students of color,” says Harry Williams, President of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, the nation’s largest association for the HBCU community. “What Bank of America is doing today is initiating a process that will literally change the roadmap to success for these young people, and I am very excited about the prospect.”

Including Delaware State University, the $25 million, nationwide initiative includes partnerships with nearly two dozen community colleges that serve predominantly Black/African American and Hispanic-Latino students, public historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and public Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs). Bank of America is also partnering with and providing funding to the Aspen Institute to convene the participating higher education institutions for technical and programmatic assistance and to share best practices.

With the support from Bank of America, Delaware State University will enhance existing programs into an integrated set of career pathways to meet specific skills gaps, increase internship opportunities, and develop stronger career-related networks that ultimately lead to good-paying jobs in a variety of disciplines and companies. Rossi continued, “This is about a partnership with Delaware State to help leverage other companies from a variety of industries to commit to enhancing their own talent pipelines with high-quality, talented young professionals of color.”  

Delaware State University President Tony Allen added, “In my career in private, public and nonprofit sectors, I have heard many leaders who called for more Black talent across their organizations faced with a common retort: ‘We are having trouble finding them.’ The earnest truth is that these organizations need to be more intentional. Today’s HBCUs represent only 3% of the nation’s colleges and universities, but are still graduating nearly 25% of Black college students, including 50% of Black engineers, 50% of Black teachers, 70% of Black doctors, 65% of Black attorneys and judges, and many, many more.  We are expecting our partnership with Bank of America to be a model of our community and welcome other committed companies to the table.”

With the support from Bank of America, Delaware State University will enhance existing programs such as the Delaware Executive Exchange Program into an integrated set of wraparound career readiness services to meet specific skills gaps; increase internship opportunities; and develop relationships to prepare students for higher paying, life-changing careers. Bank of America will work alongside companies like Delmarva Power, an Exelon Company, and other employers in Delaware and across the nation to ensure these programs target specific hiring needs and create a clearly defined career pathway to future employment.

“The partnership between Bank of America and Delaware State University is very exciting, and coming at a time when Delaware needs exceptional leaders like Chip Rossi and Dr. Tony Allen to step up and lead the way,” said Gary Stockbridge, President of Delmarva Power, an Exelon company, and the chairperson of Forward Delaware, the State’s primary workforce development initiative. “A strong workforce is a key differentiator among successful states, and the Workforce Development Board is very excited to be part of this great opportunity to invest in future Delaware leaders.”

“This joint initiative between Bank of America and ten of the nation’s leading HBCUs and HSIs is exactly the kind of partnership we need — investing not just resources, but time, talent, and long-term commitment with some of the most life-changing universities in the nation,” said Governor John Carney. “I’m particularly pleased to see Bank of America working with our own Delaware State University as part of this program. This can only strengthen our workforce, and keep more talented young people right here in Delaware — in high-paying, in-demand careers.” 

Focused on advancing economic mobility, Bank of America also recently announced:

  • Seven Completed Equity Investments in Minority Depository Institutions and Community Development Financial Institution Banks
  • $2 Billion Equality Progress Sustainability Bond
  • Universal ESG Reporting; International Business Council of World Economic Forum
  • Recognition as Top Global Bank on Fortune’s “Change the World” List
  • $300 Million of Its $1 Billion, Four-Year Commitment to Advance Racial Equality and Economic Opportunity
  • Support of Boys & Girls Clubs of America With $1 Million Grant to Support Educational Programs
  • $1 Billion/4-Year Commitment to Support Economic Opportunity Initiatives
  • $250 Million in Capital and $10 Million in Philanthropic Grants to Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs)

Bank of America
At Bank of America, we’re guided by a common purpose to help make financial lives better, through the power of every connection. We’re delivering on this through responsible growth with a focus on our environmental, social and governance (ESG) leadership. ESG is embedded across our eight lines of business and reflects how we help fuel the global economy, build trust and credibility, and represent a company that people want to work for, invest in and do business with. It’s demonstrated in the inclusive and supportive workplace we create for our employees, the responsible products and services we offer our clients, and the impact we make around the world in helping local economies thrive. An important part of this work is forming strong partnerships with nonprofits and advocacy groups, such as community, consumer and environmental organizations, to bring together our collective networks and expertise to achieve greater impact. Learn more at about.bankofamerica.com, and connect with us on Twitter (@BofA_News).

For more Bank of America news, including dividend announcements and other important information, visit the Bank of America newsroom and register for email alerts.

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Источник: https://www.desu.edu/news/2020/11/del-state-receives-1m-bank-america-job-initiative

Programs and Internships

The World Bank Group's recruitment policy is to hire staff of the highest caliber, on as wide a geographical basis as possible, with preference to nationals of WBG member countries or countries of operations.

The World Bank Group offers unique programs that provide learning, staffing, and capacity-building opportunities for junior and mid-career professionals to experience first-hand what working at the WBG is like.

  • Japan recruitment program The World Bank Group (WBG) is launching a recruitment mission for Japanese nationals. A career with the World Bank Group offers a unique opportunity for exceptionally talented individuals with a passion for international development to contribute solving some of the world’s most pressing problems.
  • EAP The EAP Inclusive Fellowship Program is designed to introduce a diverse and inclusive group of qualified professionals to the World Bank by offering hands-on opportunities to contribute to development work in the EAP region.
  • The Junior Professional Associate (JPA) program is a unique opportunity to gain entry-level professional experience and first-hand exposure to the challenges – and rewards – of international development.
  • LCR Inclusive Internship Program The LCR Inclusive Internship Program is designed to introduce a diverse and inclusive group of qualified graduate students to the World Bank (WB) by offering hands-on opportunities to contribute to development work in the Latin American and Caribbean region. It is targeted to highly motivated and qualified individuals from the LAC region, with a special focus on Afro descendants, Indigenous People and other minorities. 
  • Young Professionals Program: For over 50 years, the Young Professionals Program (YPP) has been the preeminent program for developing future leaders across the World Bank Group. Applications for the recently expanded program — now representing the IFC, World Bank and MIGA — will be open from June 15 — July 15for all institutions and will reopen from August 16 — September 20for roles at IFC and MIGA only.
  • Bank Internship Program:  The Bank Internship Program (BIP) is now accepting applications through October 31st for its Winter term (November – March). An internship at the World Bank is an opportunity to contribute to the World Bank’s work and mission, while gaining practical work experience. Internships are available in both development operations and other business units (such as Human Resources, Communications, Accounting, etc.), for a duration of 1-4 months during Winter or Summer terms. Please click here for more information and to apply.
  • Global Secondment Program (GSP): The GSP provides opportunities for partner organizations and the World Bank Group to stimulate knowledge sharing, strategic alliances, and capacity building.
  • Legal Internship Program: The World Bank Legal Vice Presidency offers highly-motivated currently enrolled law students an opportunity to be exposed to the mission and work of the World Bank and that of the Legal Vice Presidency. The objective of the Legal Internship Program (LIP) is to provide students first-hand experiences of the day-to-day operations of the World Bank by closely collaborating with staff in the Legal Vice Presidency. LIP is offered thrice a year (spring, summer, and fall cycles) for a period of maximum three months at World Bank Headquarters in Washington, D.C. and in certain selected country offices. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the opportunity is currently remote. Please click here for more information and to apply.
  • TRE Summer Internship for College Students The World Bank Treasury Summer Internship Program is a junior professional training program designed to develop the skills necessary to have an exciting and rewarding career in the financial industry. The program aims to bring exceptional college students, who possess a demonstrated interest in a financial career, to support the World Bank’s development mandate. Interns are expected to be in their second-to-last year in the equivalent of a four-year college degree program. Applications are accepted open once per year, typically around October or November. Learn more at the World Bank Treasury’s Student & Graduate Careers portal.

Several of our earlier opportunities—Junior Professional Associates, MIGA Professionals Programs, Resource Manager Fast Track Development Program—are now part of the WBG Analyst Program. 

Past programs and internships

  • World Bank Recruitment Drive for Africa The World Bank’s Western and Central Africa region is looking for dedicated professionals, passionate about international development to join our innovative and diverse staff.   A career with the World Bank Group offers a unique opportunity to contribute to solving some of the world’s most pressing problems. These positions will be based in our country offices in Western and Central Africa. For more information, click here.
  • Recruitment Drive for Fragility, Conflict and Violence Initiative: As part of our mission to increase the support in countries dealing with fragility, conflict and violence (FCV), the World Bank Group invites applications from qualified candidates interested in international development. The majority of positions will be located in Sub-Saharan Africa, Middle East and North Africa, South Asia, and East Asia. This Recruitment Drive is now closed. Please note, only selected candidates will be contacted. 
  • Recruitment Drive for for MNA Fellows Program: This Recruitment Drive is now closed. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and invited for interviews. Please continue to visit our career site for other recruitment drives and employment opportunities that match your profile.
  • WBG Analyst Program: The World Bank Group Analyst Program is a unique opportunity for exceptionally talented young people with a passion for international development to contribute to solving some of the world’s most pressing problems. The application cycle is closed.  Please visit this website for any updates.
  • Donor Funded Staffing Program (DFSP): The DFSP is for junior and mid-career professionals to gain valuable insights, exposure, and experience from the Bank’s internal perspective.
Источник: https://www.worldbank.org/en/about/careers/programs-and-internships

Bank of America Corporate Center

Headquarters of Bank of America and skyscraper in Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina

The Bank of America Corporate Center is an 871 ft (265 m) skyscraper in UptownCharlotte, North Carolina. When completed in 1992, it became and remains the tallest building in Charlotte and in North Carolina; the building is 60 stories high. It is the 174th-tallest building in the world. Designed by ArgentinearchitectCésar Pelli and HKS Architects, it is the 31st-tallest building in the United States and is the most widely known building in the Charlotte skyline. It is best known as the world headquarters for Bank of America.

It is among the tallest buildings on the East Coast behind buildings in New York City, Philadelphia, and Atlanta.

Sometimes locally referred to as the Taj McColl after former Bank of America CEO Hugh McColl, who was responsible for the tower's construction,[1] on a clear day the tower is visible to the naked eye from 35 miles (56 km) away.[2]

Announcement[edit]

On Wednesday, December 10, 1986, North Carolina National Bank announced that it would construct what would become the Corporate Center. Jointly developed with Charter Properties, the project was initially announced as a 50 story tower to be constructed with a 350-room hotel and what would become the North Carolina Blumenthal Performing Arts Center.[3] The initial design for the 50 story tower was created by Charlotte-based Odell Associates. Its design featured a circular tower complete with a Greek cross lying flat on top to pay homage to the intersection of Trade and Tryon.[4]

Additionally, its construction resulted in the demolition of an entire city block bound by North Tryon, East Trade, North College and East 5th Streets. The most notable buildings lost in its construction were the Belk department store, constructed in 1908, along East Trade and the Efird's department store, constructed in 1922, on North Tryon.[4]

Design competition[edit]

On Monday, July 20, 1987, NCNB announced Lincoln Property as a general partner for the project.[5] With the development team set, the process of hiring an architect of the project commenced in August 1987.[6]

The architectural firms that competed for the job included:

On Friday, September 25, 1987, the Cesar Pelli design was announced by NCNB Chairman Hugh McColl as being selected for the project.[7] Additionally at the press conference it was revealed that the tower would be between 55-60 stories tall, sheathed in granite and be officially named the NCNB Corporate Center.[7]

After winning the contract, its design was unveiled eight months later to the public on Tuesday, June 14, 1988.[8] The final design was the 60 floor tower seen today. It features a 30-foot (9.1 m) granite base along North Tryon Street followed by a facade of rosy beige granite and silver glass rising complete with curved sides. The tower gradually tapers through a series of six setbacks at the 13th, 44th and 53rd floors on the corners and at the 47th, 56th and 60th floors on the face as it reaches the tip of its crown 871 feet (265 m) above Tryon Street.[8]

Construction[edit]

The Bank of America Corporate Center, with its crown lit in blue for a Carolina Panthers home night game.

On Tuesday, January 3, 1989, demolition commenced on the block where the tower would eventually rise.[9] The demolition work would take just over seven months to complete before excavation could commence. Site preparation would continue from August through November. During the excavation for the foundation, contractors found threads and flakes of gold embedded within pieces of granite removed from the site. The discovery was not unexpected as Charlotte was the center of America's first gold rush during the 1830s.[10]

On November 19, 1989, the initial concrete pour was completed signaling the beginning of actual construction.[11] The mat foundation consists of a thick slab containing 3,500 cubic yards (2,700 m3) of concrete and 150 tons of reinforcing steel at the center of the tower. The foundation reaches 38 feet (12 m) below Tryon Street at its deepest point with the tower being supported by 36 concrete and steel piers. These piers are able to withstand the 150,000 pounds of pressure per square foot placed upon them by the 300 million pound structure.[11]

After only a couple of months, construction was temporarily halted after Hurricane Hugo slammed Charlotte with 90 mph (140 km/h) winds causing some damage on-site on Friday, September 22, 1989.[12]

By November 1990, the tower had reached its 30th floor and as a result had risen to being the 5th tallest within Charlotte.[13] On Wednesday, March 20, 1991, the tower officially became both Charlotte's and North Carolina's tallest when it reached a height of 589 feet (180 m) at its 47th floor to surpass the 588-foot (179 m) tall One First Union Center.[14] The tower was officially topped-out on Wednesday, October 2, 1991 with the final concrete pour completed.[15] From this point, the 95-foot (29 m) tall crown was installed with its completion coming in December bringing the tower to its final 871-foot (265 m) height.[15]

By January 1992, the tower had since been renamed the NationsBank Corporate Center to reflect the bank's name change from NCNB to NationsBank in summer 1991.[2] On May 1, the first tenants moved into the tower with its inaugural crown lighting taking place on May 9.[2]

Completed in July 1992, its official dedication ceremony took place on Saturday, October 17, 1992.[16] The celebrations that day included live entertainment, rappellers from Fort Bragg's 16th Military Police Brigade rappelling the height of the tower and a fireworks show.[16]

FAA controversy[edit]

On May 15, 1989, a ruling by the Federal Aviation Administration stated that the tower's height would potentially jeopardize some flights taking off and landing at Charlotte-Douglas International Airport. The ruling came even though Charlotte's dominant airline, USAir, and airport officials had determined that the tower was not a hazard. A June 12 appeal filed with the regional FAA office in Atlanta upheld the original ruling resulting in the case being appealed to Washington. Although the FAA could not force NCNB to halt construction of the tower, its "declaration of hazard to air navigation" could have potentially cost bank of america campus website city millions in federal airport grants as well as impeding the ability of NCNB to secure insurance for the tower upon its completion.[17]

By December 1989, the issue was resolved when the FAA ruled that slight changes in air-traffic procedures around the building would resolve the hazard posed by the 871-foot (265 m) tower. With the influence of both U.S. representative Alex McMillan and Senator Ernest Hollings, the reversal of the original ruling was made after bank of america campus website review by the FAA.[18] Since its construction, there has not been an incident involving an aircraft and the tower.

Current status[edit]

Bank of America Corporate Center, the tallest skyscraper between Philadelphia and Atlanta.

Since its completion, the Bank of America Corporate Center has been the world headquarters for what is now Bank of America. NationsBank bought BankAmerica Corporation in 1998, changed its name to Bank of America and sold BankAmerica's headquarters at 555 California Street, then the Bank of America Center, in San Francisco. McKinsey & Company and Ernst & Young are also tenants in the tower.

The Bank of America Corporate Center's crown shaped spire is the focal point of the building and it makes it stand out architecturally. Its spire does bank of america campus website reflect from the outside like the Chrysler Building or any others; it shines from within and instead of stainless steel there is glass illuminated by floodlights, making it stand out from the many world skyscrapers. Bank of America began shining the top of the crown shaped spire from white to blue in honor of the Carolina Panthers who were NFC champions in the 2003–2004 NFL Season. In 2017 it was announced LEDs had been installed in the spire.[19]

The Center's lobby boasts a work of art by artist Ben Long, one of the largest secular frescoes in the world. The work took more than a year to complete and was painted on site using the traditional technique of fresco painting.

Connected to the tower is the North Carolina Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, which contains three performance halls and overlooks the tower from various skylights.

The official address of the Bank of America Corporate Center is 100 North Tryon Street, Charlotte, North Carolina 28202.

On July 20, 2005 Ken Lewis, then CEO and Mr. Cyprian White of the Credit Bureau of the Bank of America, announced the construction of a brand new 150 key Ritz-Carlton and LEED certified 40 story office retail complex located adjacent to the Bank of America Corporate Center.[20]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^Maschal, Richard (1989-11-24). "When it comes to nicknames for Charlotte's buildings, architects call them as they see them". The Charlotte Observer. p. 9B.
  2. ^ abcSmith, Doug (1992-05-09). "NationsBank to light tower with a bang". The Charlotte Observer. p. 1C.
  3. ^Van Hecke, M.S.; Steve Matthews (1986-12-11). "$300 million complex will rise 50 stories". The Charlotte Observer. p. 1A.
  4. ^ abMaschal, Richard (1986-12-16). "Building the future, developers of the complex keep an eye on downtown's past". The Charlotte Observer. p. 5C.
  5. ^Cleghorn, John (1987-07-25). "Odell will play key role in Uptown project". The Charlotte Observer. p. 11A.
  6. ^ abCleghorn, John (1987-08-14). "Top architects begin interviews for complex". The Charlotte Observer. p. 7C.
  7. ^ abCleghorn, John (1987-09-26). "Connecticut architect wins contract for NCNB Corporate Center tower". The Charlotte Observer. p. 1A.
  8. ^ abCleghorn, John (1988-06-15). "Building looks to future, and past". The Charlotte Observer. p. 1A.
  9. ^Mellnik, Ted (1989-01-02). "Eve of destruction, Uptown block awaits headache ball". The Charlotte Observer. p. 1B.
  10. ^Maschal, Richard (1990-02-24). "Diggers at NCNB site for tower struck gold but didn't get rich". The Charlotte Observer. p. 1A.
  11. ^ abMaschal, Richard (1990-02-25). "The tower rises". The Charlotte Observer. p. 1E.
  12. ^Suchetka, Diana (1989-09-23). "Hugo turns Uptown into its own little plaything". The Charlotte Observer. p. 12A.
  13. ^Maschal, Richard (1990-11-25). "Their towering achievement". The Charlotte Observer. p. 1E.
  14. ^Maschal, Richard (1991-03-20). "NCNB tower to take over as Carolinas' tallest today". The Charlotte Observer. p. 1B.
  15. ^ abMaschal, Richard (1991-10-01). "Ritual is topping on NCNB tower". The Charlotte Observer. p. 12C.
  16. ^ abMaschal, Richard (1992-10-18). "Its stands for Charlotte with official opening". The Charlotte Observer. p. 1F.
  17. ^Martin, Ed (1989-11-17). "NCNB's flap with FAA could cost city millions". The Charlotte Observer. p. 1A.
  18. ^Martin, Ed (1989-12-12). "NCNB tower cleared for takeoff". The Charlotte Observer. p. 1A.
  19. ^"You haven't been seeing things. Bank of America tower has been testing new colored lights". Charlotte Observer. Retrieved 27 October 2017.
  20. ^Rothacker, Rick (2005-07-21). "Bank of America Commits to a $60 million Hotel in Downtown Charlotte – The Ritz-Carlton Charlotte at the Bank of America Corporate Center". The Charlotte Observer.

External links[edit]

Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bank_of_America_Corporate_Center

6 Things Know Before Opening a Bank of America Student Account

Like many college students, opening a bank account could be the first step you take in managing your personal finances. Even if you had a checking or savings account while in high school, you might be considering changing banks in college. Maybe there’s a Bank of America branch on or near your university campus, or perhaps you’ve heard good things about BofA and wonder if that particular bank is a good choice for you. 

This article will provide the information you should know before opening a student account at one of the largest banks in the U.S., Bank of America. Topics covered include:

  • Eligibility requirements for opening a BofA student checking account
  • The difference between the two types of BofA student checking accounts and how to decide which is best for you
  • The pros and cons of opening a Bank of America student checking account
  • What you need to know about BofA checking service fees
  • What you need to know about minimum balances
  • How to decide if a BofA checking account is the right choice for you 

Eligibility Requirements for Bank of America Student Checking Accounts

Bank of America has two types of checking accounts suitable for most students: the BofA Advantage SafeBalance Banking checking account and the Advantage Plus Banking checking account. Even though BofA doesn’t specifically refer to either of these as “student accounts,” they will waive their monthly service fees for students who are under 24 years old and enrolled in high school, a vocational program, or college or university. 

It’s easy to open either of these new accounts. You just need to present your Social Security number, provide a minimum opening deposit of $100 for the Advantage Plus or $25 for the Advantage SafeBalance account, and maintain a permanent address in the U.S. 

Bank of America Advantage SafeBalance vs. Advantage Plus

While the Advantage SafeBalance and Advantage Plus accounts offer a monthly maintenance fee waiver for students, there are significant differences between the accounts:

  • Advantage Plus: The Bank of America Advantage Plus Banking account is a traditional checking account. You can purchase paper checks to write on the account, as well as use a debit card with the account to use for purchases and at ATMs. If you overdraw the account — take out or spend more money than you have in your account at the time — you will be charged an overdraft fee. Note that you might be able to set up overdraft protection for this account, but that would entail setting up a savings account or making some other arrangement with the bank — like a line bank of america campus website credit — that likely won’t be an option if you are a student.
  • Advantage SafeBalance: The Bank of America Advantage SafeBalance Banking account doesn’t offer checks, but you do get a debit card to use. You’ll never be charged an overdraft fee with this account because the bank won’t honor purchases or withdrawals in excess of your balance. If you don’t have enough money in your account to cover the transaction, they will simply decline payment. 

Pros and Cons of Bank of America Checking Accounts

As is the case with all banking options, you’ll find some pros and cons to each. Ultimately, which type of account you choose will depend on your particular circumstances and needs.

The following sections list some of the pros and cons associated with the Bank of America checking accounts to help you make a sound decision. 

Pros of Bank of America Checking

BofA’s checking accounts definitely offer some real advantages. They include:

  • Branch accessibility: Bank of America has 4,300 branches spread out over 37 states and Washington, D.C. If you go to school in one of those states, you should easily be able to find a bank branch on or close to campus.
  • ATM accessibility: Bank of America makes on-the-go banking extremely convenient for busy college students. BofA operates around 17,000 ATMs where you can check your balance, make a deposit, transfer funds between accounts or make a cash withdrawal without having to pay a user fee. 
  • Award-winning mobile app and online banking: BofA’s award-winning mobile banking app lets you do practically all of your banking on your smartphone. You’ll be able to see all of your accounts, make mobile check deposits, set up bill pay, transfer funds and instantly send money to friends through Zelle, all without ever having to leave your dorm room. You can also use your computer for online banking.
  • Savings incentives: Bank of America invites debit card users to enroll in its Keep the Change program. Under the program, each time you make a purchase using your debit card, the amount jim edmonds net worth the purchase is automatically rolled up to the next whole dollar amount, and the excess change is automatically transferred to your savings account. This is a great way to begin budgeting for a spring break trip or saving up for a plane ticket back home.

Cons of Bank of America Checking

Of course, like anything else, banking with Bank of America has a few downsides.

  • Inconvenience: Often, a student will open a bank account in their hometown — maybe because it’s where their parents’ bank is — and then use a branch of that same bank near their college campus when the need arises. However, if you open a Bank of America account in your home state and then end up attending college in one of the 13 states that don’t have a Bank of America presence, you could end up in a bind. Not only will you not be able to do in-person banking when you want to, but you also won’t find fee-free BofA ATMs.  
  • High fees:
    • If you end up using a non-Bank of America ATM with your BofA debit card, you could end up paying a lot in transaction fees. BofA charges $2.50 per transaction, plus, you will be charged whatever fees the financial institution that owns the ATM charges. You could end up paying anywhere from $5 to over $8 or $9 per ATM transaction. 
    • Bank of America also charges high overdraft fees if you choose a checking account — like Advantage Plus — that allows for overdrafts. Bank of America charges its customers $35 each time a checking account is overdrawn. If you make a mistake with your account and write several checks that end up in overdraft, you could easily incur over $100 in fees from that one mistake.  

Bank of America Checking Service Fees

Many banks charge their customers a monthly maintenance fee for their checking account. Bank of America is no exception. While you’ll be allowed to have a service fee-free account until you graduate or reach the age of 24, whichever comes first, you will incur checking service fees if you keep your BofA account beyond graduation. Those fees are:

  • $12 per month for the Core Checking account and Advantage Plus checking account, unless your employer or another person or institution makes a direct deposit of at least $250 each month into your account or you maintain a minimum daily balance of $1,500 or more
  • $25 per month for BofA’s interest checking account, which is waived if you keep a combined $10,000 balance in all of your Bank of America accounts
  • $4.95 a month for your SafeBalance banking account

Bank of America Checking Minimum Balances

The minimum balances BofA charges for its two student-friendly checking accounts — $25 for the SafeBalance and $100 for the Advantage Plus — are not unusual. Many, if not all, banks require some kind of minimum balance to open the account or avoid fees or receive other perks. 

Banks impose minimum balances on account holders because they want more deposits. The more money banks have in their coffers, the more bank of america cd rates october 2018 can lend to people and charge interest for. Also, banking regulations favor banks that maintain a certain level of bank deposits, so incentivizing you to keep money in your account helps banks with compliance. Finally, banks offset their operation costs with the fees they charge customers, so whether you keep a minimum balance, they still make money.  

Confusion can arise, however, because banks use different methods to calculate whether and when you have met the minimum balance. Be sure to ask the bank how and when they calculate their minimum balance requirements, including what constitutes a statement cycle, before deciding to open your account. Also, be sure to ask if there are other ways to avoid incurring fees after you stop being an eligible student, such as using online banking or setting up direct deposit. 

Is Bank of America Checking Good for You?

Whether Bank of America ends up being the right choice for a student checking account depends on if the benefits outweigh any potential problems for you. As one of the largest banks in the country, there’s a good chance that you will have a BofA branch in proximity to your home or campus. However, if you are studying in a state without a BofA, you could end up incurring a lot in ATM fees.

If you decide to go with a BofA account, you’ll need to choose between the Advantage Plus or SafeBalance account. If you will be doing a lot of check-writing, you will need the paper checks that come with Advantage Plus. Keep in mind that you could be charged a lot in overdraft fees if you are not extremely careful with how you manage your account. 

If you never write checks and don’t like the risk of incurring overdraft fees, then SafeBalance might be the way to go. It’s important to remember that bank of america campus website you turn 24 or graduate from college or your vocational program, both accounts will revert to charging you fees unless you meet certain requirements, so make sure you understand all the possibilities. 

Need More Help? CollegeFinance.com Is Your Resource for Student Financial Information

Planning for college is an exciting time in every student’s life. But it can also be stressful, especially when it comes to figuring out how to handle the financial aspects of obtaining an education. Along with choosing the best bank to meet your needs, you might be gathering information on how to save for college, how student loans work, and how you will pay off your student debt. 

CollegeFinance.com can help. We’re experts in helping students like you manage the financial aspects of a college education, freeing you up to focus on working for your degree, rather than on how you’re going to pay for it.

Источник: https://collegefinance.com/saving-for-college/bank-of-america-student-account

Bank of America: Campus Careers Series - Consumer, Small Business & Digital Banking

Bank of America: Campus Careers Series - Consumer, Small Business & Digital Banking

The Consumer Banking team is made up of Retail, Preferred, Small Business Banking and digital functions that meet the deposit, borrowing, saving, investment and small-business needs of customers across the United States. Interested in learning more from our Consumer, Small Business & Digital Banking teams? Join our panel discussion to hear from business representatives within various roles and organizations at Bank of America. You will have the opportunity to interact with us, so feel free to come with questions!

For more information and to Register please visit: https://ucmerced.joinhandshake.com/events/688752. This is an external employer hosted event. Please see Handshake for more details.

Источник: https://hire.ucmerced.edu/events/bank-america-campus-careers-series-consumer-small-business-digital-banking

Banking

Students are able to enroll their US bank accounts in direct deposit so that all student loan and account refunds will be deposited directly into the enrolled account. This is the recommended method of receiving any refunds due as it is most convenient and generally has much faster processing times than requesting a mailed check. Only US bank accounts can be enrolled in direct deposit at this time.

One option many of our students utilize is to open a checking account through Charles Schwab. Currently, these accounts do not carry any monthly fees and account owners are not required to pay ATM fees worldwide at any ATM. This is a US bank account, and eligible to be used to enroll in direct deposit. If you would like additional information on opening an account through Charles Schwab, please visit: http://www.schwab.com/public/schwab/banking_lending

Some students may find it helpful to open a local bank account while in Grenada. Opening a local account may simplify a “savings account” with an ATM card. Checking accounts are only available after a savings account has been open for six months.

There are three main banks in Grenada:

  1. First Caribbean International Bank
  2. Grenada Co-Operative Bank
  3. Republic Bank

All banks have branches with ATMs in St. George’s and Grand Anse. Be aware that these banks operate independently of banks of the same names in other countries.

Opening hours are typically 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM, Monday through Thursday and 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Fridays. Banks are closed Saturdays, Sundays, and on public holidays.

Setting up an Account

A bank account can be set up with cash, a bank draft or traveler’s checks, and a debit card from home can be used to transfer money into your Grenadian bank account. Most local banks advise that the safest way to start a savings account is with a bank draft. The bank draft is considered more secure than traveler’s checks (which can only be cashed to a maximum of $2999).

To open an account with RBTT, True Blue Campus, you must fill out an application form in its entirety, and present:

  • 2 valid identifications (IDs)
    • Passport
    • Driver’s License
  • Proof of address:
    • Living on campus: Confirmation letter from the housing department.
    • Living off campus: Lease agreement AND utility bill in the name of landlord
    • Living off island: Utility bill in the name of applicant
  • Non-Resident/Non-Citizen
    • Bank Reference from current financial institution.
    • A letter of good standing/ bank statement/ account status report.
  • Deposit: Varies from bank of america campus website to bank
  • Stamp Duty EC $3

Exchange Rates*

When purchasing items in Grenada, prices are quoted in Eastern Caribbean (EC) currency, but ask if you are unsure. The EC dollar is tied to the US dollar at US $1 = EC $2.69. A convenient rule of thumb approximation is to multiply the cost of an item by .4 to arrive at US dollars (for example, EC $5 x .4 = approximately US $2).

*All other exchange rates are subject to change. Some, like the British Pound Sterling, may even fluctuate daily. Contact any local bank for rates.

Living Expenses

Most students will need a minimum of US bank of america campus website – $3,000 for food and miscellaneous expenses per term. You will need more if you plan to live off-campus or rent or purchase a car. There are several ways to bring money to Grenada, each with distinct advantages and disadvantages. Please visit our financial aid page for more money-saving tips.

Need Help Deciding What Is Best For You?

The following information about ATM Cards, Debit Cards, Traveler’s Checks, Cash and Credit Cards in Grenada, may help you determine your best option.

ATM Card

ATM cards from home can be used at local banks to make withdrawals. The maximum amount that can be withdrawn in a day varies from bank to bank, ranging from EC $1,000 to $2,500.** The bank will automatically convert funds from your account into Eastern Caribbean (EC) dollars. In other words, you cannot get foreign currency out of a Grenadian ATM. You can expect to be charged a fee from your financial institution for the out-of-network withdrawals. Some local banks also charge a small fee for ATM use (about EC$1).

**Some banks will allow you to withdraw up to the same maximum as your home bank.

Debit Cards (Visa/MasterCard)

Debit cards are accepted at all banks in Grenada and most major retail establishments A bank can provide an ATM cash advance from your debit card, and the cash is deducted directly from your checking account balance. There is usually a fee per transaction for cash advances. There is also a maximum cash advance of EC $2,000–3,000 depending on the local bank you use.

Traveler’s Checks

Traveler’s checks have a good rate of exchange; however, you will be charged EC $5.10 per transaction to cash them at a local bank and they can take as long to process as a personal check, which is six weeks. Traveler’s checks are accepted at a few retail locations in Grenada (for example, the grocery store); however, they cannot be used within the airport to pay duties.

Credit Cards (Visa/MasterCard)

Credit cards are accepted at most restaurants and a limited number of retail locations in Grenada. A minimum charge of 10 – 20 EC is required at most places. Most local grocery stores will accept credit cards, but for campus dining, gas, going to the movies, and so forth, only cash will be accepted. Using a credit card for a cash advance usually incurs a steep fee (2% or US $20, whichever is greater).

Cash

Most establishments in Grenada accept payment in US dollars, with change provided in EC dollars.

Personal, Bank, Certified, and Cashier Checks

Local banks will only cash out-of-country personal checks after first holding them for six to eight weeks. We do not recommend using your personal checks, please do not count on this as an option for obtaining funds in Grenada.

As an alternative, local banks will accept bank checks, certified checks, or cashier checks. This may be a convenient way for students to transfer money from their home bank to a local account in Grenada. These checks must be certified by the Chancellery on campus before the local banks will accept them. Once certified and deposited, the money is typically immediately available.

Checks such as traveler’s checks, bank drafts, money orders, and certified checks should be brought to the Chancellery Reception Desk for endorsement between the hours of 9:00 AM and 10:00 AM Collection should be made between 2:00 PM and 3:00 PM. These hours are in place to facilitate a same-day service and failure to comply may result in delay. Please note that the University cannot guarantee personal checks.

Источник: https://www.sgu.edu/accepted-students/living-at-sgu/banking-expenses/

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