As you enter college, you will no doubt be bombarded with offers of credit from many banks and credit unions. Choose wisely, for the choice you make can affect your financial future for years to come. Carefully consider which offer of credit you accept.
As you acquire loans, you will build your credit history. Your credit score is a value that reflects your financial behavior. In other words, if someone lends you money, how likely is it that you will pay them back? Financial institutions have less risk when they lend to a person with a high credit score.
Your credit score will determine if you are able to do the following:
YOUR CREDIT SCORE IS IMPORTANT BECAUSE IT DETERMINES THE LOAN RATE YOU WILL RECEIVE.
The lower your interest rate:
How to increase your credit score:
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What is Online Banking? Home Banking is a convenient and secure way to access your account 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, through the Internet.
How do I sign up for Online Banking? Please contact any branch office for instructions on how to access your account through Online Banking.
What transactions services are available?
You can perform the following transactions:
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