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                      Banking Services

Check Cashing

Check cashing is provided by Credit Union 1 for all students, faculty, and staff. The service charge is $0.25. A $25.00 fee will be charged for all checks returned unpaid. Permanent suspension of check cashing privileges will also be imposed.

Cash Machines

In addition to the automated teller machines (ATMs) provided by Credit Union 1 and TCF Bank  in the locations listed below, ATMs from other financial institutions are also available in the concourse of SCE, the lobby of UH, the second floor desk area of SRC, the first floor of SRH, the lobby of MAB, the lobby of the University Hospital, and the west atrium of SSB.

Travelerís Checks and Money Orders

Travelerís checks may be purchased with cash only at the cashierís office, 116-A MAB and at the Credit Union 1 locations. Credit Union 1 also offers money orders.

Credit Union 1

Complete banking services are offered by Credit Union 1, which has three convenient locations on campusóB5 UH, 7 AOB, 996-7065, and the second floor of SCE, 355-­0590. Credit Union 1 members can get free checking accounts and saving accounts with a minimum balance of $5, ATM/Debit cards, money orders, and travelerís checks. Computer loans, student loans, and car loans are also available. ATM locations: BSB, SES, SCE, UIC Hospital lobby, and MBRB.

TCF Bank

TCF Bank is the student banking partner of UIC.  TCF Bank has two locations at UIC in the Student Center East (Second Floor) and Student Center West (First Floor).  TCF Bank offers full banking services along with a Totally Free Student Checking Account.  Students with a TCF Totally Free Student Checking account can link the account to their i-card for use as an ATM and PIN-based debit card.  TCF has ATM locations at both branches, as well as Student Recreation Facility, Sport & Fitness Center, and James Stukel Towers.