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VIP Checking

Arkansas State University students, faculty and staff can all enjoy the benefits of VIP Checking.

  • No Monthly Service Fees
  • Free Online Banking with Basic Online Bill Pay³,
    Free Mobile Banking³
  • Free Mobile App¹
  • Free Mobile Check Deposits¹
  • Free Text Banking¹
  • Free Instant Issue Debit Card²
  • Free e-Statements
  • Free Specialty Checks
  • One Free Overdraft Pass Per Year4
  • No Minimum Balance to Maintain

 Open VIP Checking Online

See funding methods and limitations directly below for online account opening.

  • Opening deposit is between $100 and $250
  • Available funding methods include: Check, Wire, Internal Transfer from Centennial Bank account, External Transfer from non-Centennial Bank account and Credit/Debit Card.
  • "Additional Offers" accepted during the online application process will be funded with a single transaction and subject to funding method maximum limits based on the combined minimum funding balance of all selected products. External transfers subject to $2,500 maximum. Credit/Debit card subject to $500 maximum.

¹Message and data rates may apply from your wireless carrier.  Some restrictions may apply.
²Replacement fees apply.
³Some restrictions apply. See Bank for details.
4Free OD Pass refers only to the refund of the OD charge & does not imply the item would be paid. See bank for additional details.


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