The Department of Education Order 668.164 (e) requires full disclosure of financial agreements between the University of Minnesota and TCF Bank. The agreement between the university and TCF Bank is considered a “T2” relationship within the meaning of the Ministry of Education. The university receives assistance from TCF Bank through its financial contributions to scholarships, programs and student organizations. As a current staff or faculty member, you can update your existing TCF control account at any time. You can open an online current account at any time at tcfbank.com/umd or move to our convenient location in the on-campus banking center. The relationship with TCF Bank in relation to U Cards does not require students, teachers or employees to open or maintain accounts at TCF Bank. The use of U Cards to participate in the Campus Cash program, a cash flow system with declining funds that can be used to pay for many campus services, is completely independent of the university`s relationship with TCF Bank. No TCF account is required for the Campus Cash program. TCF control accounts include digital banking with a free mobile app that lets you deposit cheques and monitor your balance. You can set up notifications you keep informed of your account, set and track a budget, and more. Learn more about Digital Banking. · No monthly maintenance fees for active accounts with eStaements Other fees may be charged.
These include . B overdrafts, returned NSFs, dormant accounts, ATM transactions at non-TCF ATMs, cheque orders, paper extracts and other optional services. Paychecks from direct deposits or subsidy checks to get money faster. Use our mobile app with online bill payment, mobile check deposit and more online and mobile banking Service ResourcesCustomer Which you need to know about over-draftsOverdraft Protection Services designs. Connect your debit card to a mobile wallet to pay with your phone For more information about this relationship, please see the following links: