The University of Delaware is transitioning its campus banking partnership from WSFS to PNC, according to a campus news release.
The campus entered into a seven-year contract with PNC Bank to provide campus banking services and personal financial management educational materials to students and staff.
The campus will begin seeing signs of the transition as early as mid-May – first affecting students who hold WSFS accounts, which are linked to their campus ID.
The campus’ branch in the Trabant University Center will close as a WSFS branch at the end of May, and will reopen as a PNC branch in mid-to-late June.
Also in June, the WSFS ATMs on campus will be replaced with PNC ATMs, with the only exception being one WSFS machine in Smith Hall.
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