Student Benefit Banking

Student Benefit Banking

As you start a new chapter, it’s important to have a bank that provides you with more than just a bank account. At Midwest Bank, we are focused on helping people achieve their financial goals and providing the tools to achieve those goals.

We understand that financial information can sometimes feel overwhelming or hard to understand. That’s why we are offering Student Benefit Banking. We want you to start off on the right foot while you begin to manage your own finances. Our team is here to listen to your concerns and answer your questions. We aren’t going to try to “sell” you something you don’t need. Instead, we’ll provide you with helpful tools and resources to set you up for success.

Wayne state college students receive student benefit perks.

Wayne State College Student Benefit Banking

SPECIAL OFFER! WSC students – open an account with us and get $100 cash* + student benefits perks! It’s easy to apply. Stop by a branch near you to open an account.

Ready to make the switch to Midwest Bank?

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Let us help you achieve your financial goals.

Here’s a few tools and resources we can help you with:

  • Improving your credit score

  • Professional referrals for insurance and financial planning

  • Fraud protection

  • Saving money

  • Starting a budget

  • and more!

Learn why Nebraska softball player, Jordy Bahl, made the switch to Midwest Bank.

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