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If not, you need to return to your college’s website to access your student portal to make your refund choice.

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Disclosure Agreement

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Frequently asked questions

You might be wondering about…

Who is Herring Bank?

Herring Bank is an FDIC-insured bank headquartered in Amarillo, Texas.

Herring Bank has partnered with your college to issue the optional multi-function Debit Card College Green Checking Account, providing you with access to your student disbursements and other amounts that you choose to deposit in your Herring Bank checking account that is linked to your card.

How do I activate my card?

You can activate your card by performing any PIN transaction. We recommend a free balance inquiry on checkingat a Herring Bank ATM.

How can I make a deposit?

1. You can use our Mobile App to make deposits from your mobile device. Contact the Call Center (866) 348-3435 to get enrolled in Online Banking prior to downloading the free App.

2. You can deposit funds to your college account at any Herring Bank branch. Present your ID card when making a deposit to identify yourself as a college account card holder.

3. Present your routing and account number to your employer for direct deposit, if direct deposit is offered. Your routing number is 111302846. You can obtain your account number by calling (866) 348-3435 or refer to the Account Agreement you signed when you received your card.

4. Deposit cash directly to your account using Western Union’s “Direct to Bank” Service. Call (866) 348-3435 for your Routing and Account Numbers. Fees vary based on amount deposited

Come out ahead financially

How not to go broke while in college

Living with a budget that has you ‘just’ surviving between work, study, and paycheck – all while switching meals between ramen and PB&J isn’t fun.

We’re going to show you how easy cutting your spending can be.

See what mistakes to avoid and moves you should make