Student services
Student Services

TruMark Financial helps students by creating products with them in mind. Many of the credit union's products make account access easy and help build credit for a strong financial future. These products include:

TruMark Financial has six branches designated for students, faculty, and staff members at local schools:  

    • B. Reed Henderson High School
    • Bayard Rustin High School
    • East High School
    • Plymouth Whitemarsh High School 
    • William Tennent High School
    • Bucks County Community College 

Student tellers operate the high school branches under the supervision of a TruMark Financial employee and receive hands-on experience in a financial setting. Students can deposit money, cash checks, make withdrawals, and set up direct deposit to their credit union account.

The student branch provides an opportunity for students to learn how to manage their money and gain financial independence. Often viewed as a “financial laboratory,” the student branch provides limitless learning opportunities. Student tellers go through an application, interview, and training process before being offered employment at the student branch. Prior to working at the student branch, students attend 40 hours of training during the summer and work in a TruMark Financial branch. Some of the topics students learn include how to balance a cash drawer, the importance of confidentiality, the art of good customer service, and security measures.