The 2015-16 school will be the beginning of a new bank on campus. Marshall University will now be offer student banking through PNC Bank. The switch was put into effect on June 1, 2015.
After June 1, 2015 Higher One will not provide any refund services for Marshall University. All students that need to be refunded will receive a letter and/or e-mail to set up a refund method.
PNC Bank was founded in 1852 and was originally called Pittsburgh National Bank. PNC bank now has over 2,700 branches locates all over the United States.
Over the years PNC Bank has grown into an innovative company that is determined to completely satisfy their clients by finding the right banking solution.
According to PNCBank.com, “[PNC Bank] works with schools to deliver the right banking solutions for students and their parents as well that faculty and staff.”
The Bursar Office will handle distribution any refunds during the transition period. The Bursar Office is open Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and is located in Old Main.
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