Tools to help you save for college and help your child manage money.
One of the major financial responsibilities you face as a parent is paying for your child's college education. Whether they follow in your footsteps and
attend your alma mater or venture out on their own, make a plan and take action now to save for the day they embark on their collegiate adventure.
Paying for College
It's never too soon to start preparing for future education expenses. Make saving for college a priority early on to ensure your child is able to obtain their education goals. Navy Federal offers what you need to make that possible.
The perfect account for students to stash their cash, Free Campus Checking offers access to thousands of free ATMs nationwide and provides ATM fee rebates of up to $10 per statement period for any fees you're charged from out-of-network ATMs. Other features include dividend earnings, no monthly service fee, a Navy Federal Debit Card, online banking and Checking Protection options.
Get yourself or your student the solution for larger expenses—like textbooks or a laptop—and make purchasing easier and more rewarding. With an nRewards Secured Card, designate a specific amount from savings to set a limit and start building credit. Plus, earn one point per $1 spent. Or, with cashRewards, get 1.5% cash back on purchases.
Manage and monitor your student's spending with a Visa Buxx Card. Convenient and secure, this reloadable prepaid debit card helps you and your student easily track spending and stay on budget together. They spend only what you've loaded onto the card.
No matter how far from home your student is, they can stay on top of their account anywhere, anytime with Mobile Banking. Using their mobile device, they can view balances, transfer money, pay bills and more—all while on the go. Sign up for Mobile Banking through Online banking.
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