Chase Student Banking Accounts

Compare Chase checking accounts designed for parents to help teach their kids good money habits and select the one that best fits your family’s needs

Parent-owned account for children ages 6-17 years. Requires eligible account to open. Account subject to approval.

Parent co-owned account for students 13-17 years old

Monthly Service Fee
$0
$0
Debit Card
yes
yes
Zero Liability Protection®3
yes
yes
Fraud Monitoring 
yes
yes
No fees at more than 16,000 Chase ATMs
yes
yes
Access to more than 4,700 branches
yes
yes
Account Alerts4
yes
yes
Spending Controls
yes
no
Savings Goals
yes
no
Allowance Controls
yes
no
One-time chores
yes
no
Recurring allowances
yes
no
Chase OnlineSM Banking, Online Bill PaySM5 and Chase Mobile Banking
yes
Zelle®7
no
yes
Chase QuickDeposit8
no
yes
Direct Deposit
no
yes
Personal Check Writing
no
yes
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Chase College CheckingSM

Do you have a college student aged 17-24? They may qualify for $0 monthly service fee (up to 5 years)

Get set for every step

The student resource center is designed to help you and your child along the financial journey

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You must be an existing Chase checking customer to open the account.1 Eligible parent accounts include:

  • Chase Secure BankingSM
  • Chase Total Checking®
  • Chase Premier Plus CheckingSM
  • Chase SapphireSM Banking
  • Chase Private Client CheckingSM

Account subject to approval. See Additional Banking Services and Fees (PDF) for more information.

For parents/guardians interested in teaching their child how to manage money using a debit card with the child's name on it. The parent/guardian is the owner of this account and must have an online profile and one of these other checking accounts at account opening: a Chase Secure CheckingSM, Chase Total Checking®, Chase Premier Plus CheckingSM, Chase SapphireSM Checking or a Chase Private Client CheckingSM account. Benefits offered to these checking accounts do not apply to Chase First Checking accounts. Only the parent/guardian who opened the account can fund, view or manage this account. You can open a Chase First Checking account for your child who is 6–17 years old. Once the child has reached the age of 18, Chase may recommend they open their own account.

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