PNC Mobile Branch at Case Western Reserve University until Aug. 26

PNC Bank has brought its mobile branch to the Case Western Reserve University campus through Aug. 26, offering banking services to students and staff as the school year kicks off. The mobile branch is parked on Bellflower Road behind the Tinkham Veale University Center.

The 30-foot branch on wheels enables current and prospective PNC customers to meet with a personal banker, open a checking account, receive or replace a PNC debit card, and access notary services.

“As an official partner of Case Western Reserve University, PNC wants to make sure the university and the surrounding community have the financial services they need for a successful school year and beyond,” said Pat Pastore, PNC regional president for Cleveland.

Bankers inside the mobile branch will also introduce clients and prospects to PNC’s new Low Cash Mode tool, which helps Virtual Wallet® Student customers avoid costly overdraft fees through enhanced control of their own account. Customers receive real-time alerts when their balance is low, so they can make decisions to avoid overdrafts. If an account balance is negative, Low Cash Mode provides the customer 24 hours or more to restore the account to a positive balance.  

The deployment of this mobile branch is part of PNC’s $88 billion Community Benefits Plan, which expands economic opportunity support for minorities and low- and moderate-income individuals and communities. Announced in April, the plan features strategies to better meet the needs of the unbanked and underbanked, including the deployment of 10 mobile branches.

After Aug. 26, the university community can visit the PNC Bank branch at 2025 Stokes Blvd. for their financial needs. To learn more information about the student banking program available to Case Western Reserve University students, please visit

Show your school pride with a customized debit card. A Virtual Wallet® Student account comes with a debit card showcasing CWRU’s logo and colors. Link your CaseOneCard to your PNC Bank account and use your ID to get cash at ATMs. Linking is free and you get the convenience of carrying one card around campus.