Make the Most of Your UNC Card

The University of Northern Colorado and Wells Fargo Bank have teamed up to offer you a convenient, single-card solution with the UNC Card allowing you to have free access to your cash at Wells Fargo ATM's nationwide, as well as make purchases using your Personal Identification Number (PIN) with your linked UNC Card. During New Student Orientation, there will be professionals available to assist you with setting up direct deposit and linking your bank account as well as answer any banking questions you may have. Linking your card is the easy way to access cash and take care of all your day to day financial needs; both on and off campus.

For your convenience, a Wells Fargo banking location and two Wells Fargo ATM's are located in the University Center.

Link to your Checking Account

Link your UNC Card to a Wells Fargo Everyday Checking account and enjoy:

  • Monthly service fee waived when you link to your card
  • Sending money to virtually anyone from your smartphone with Wells Fargo SurePaySM service
  • Direct Deposit of you Financial Aid and/or paychecks
  • Checking balances1, transferring funds, depositing checks and more with our mobile app
  • Simple, secure access to your account with Wells Fargo Online Banking

Bring your UNC Card to the Wells Fargo banking location in the University Center, open a Wells Fargo Everyday Checking account, and link your UNC Card to your new account!

 1This balance may not reflect all of your transactions, such as checks you have written or debit card transactions that have been approved but not yet submitted for payment by the merchant.

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Member FDIC

wells fargo staff helping students

Financial Education

Wells Fargo supports and is available to provide financial education sessions for UNC students, staff, and faculty. A recent session on "Budgeting" was held for UNC students in Turner Hall. Pictured are some of the students who attended, as well as Priscilla Franzen (far right), Wells Fargo on-campus Store Manager, who hosted the session.