If you’re a student, chances are finances are tight. That’s why it pays to choose a checking account that caters to students. If you’re looking to save money anywhere you can, your checking account is a good place to start.

Capital One MONEY Teen Checking Pros: – No fees or minimum balance requirements – Earns interest Cons: – No educational tools in app – Can only deposit cash at Capital One branches or ATMs

Discover Bank Cashback Debit Checking Pros: – No fees – Cashback rewards Cons: – No interest paid on balances – No physical branches

Wells Fargo Clear Access Banking Pros: – No overdraft fees – 24/7 fraud monitoring and zero liability protection Cons: – Does not earn interest – No access to a nationwide ATM network

Chase College Checking Pros: – Bonus offer – No monthly service fee for five years – Plenty of branches Cons: – No locations in some states – No ATM fee reimbursements – No interest

Chime Checking Account Pros: – No monthly or overdraft fees – Early access to paychecks – 60,000+ free ATMs Cons: – $2.50 fee per transaction at out-of-network ATMs – Can only deposit cash at partner locations, such as Walmart and 7-Eleven

There are quite a few student checking accounts on the market, so it might seem daunting to choose one

Here are some things you should consider before signing on the dotted line: Fees Mobile app ATM availability Paper check-writing capability: