With a wealth of smart money management options and serious incentives for making deposits, adding funds to any of our you-focused accounts is always a great idea! Just how easy is it to make a deposit? Let us count the ways...
Have your paycheck deposited straight to your checking account for fast access to your funds. You'll save time and eliminate unnecessary trips to the bank or ATM. We've made it easy to get started, simply log in to your account and print a direct deposit form today!
Deposit checks anytime to your Higher One checking account with just a computer and a scanner. It’s the innovative way to go paperless and get money into your account fast and easy. Log in to try it out!
Transfer money into any Higher One checking account 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for free. Just choose this option to transfer funds electronically from a third party bank or funding account, enter the requested information and you’re all set! Log in above to transfer money.
A "refund" is money disbursed to you through your college or university for Financial Aid awards, grants, or other money you are owed. Want to update your refund preference? Simply log in to your account!
"Cash In" with MoneyPak®
Purchase a MoneyPak with cash from any participating retailer and redeem your MoneyPak online to transfer the money to your Higher One checking account in record time. Then use it to make purchases or pay bills online! Find a participating retailer near you!
Thank you for providing the service you do to students all over the US. I love my Higher One card and use it for more than just my student load refunds. It's actually become my main card. Thanks again.”
- Mike E.
... I love my Higher One account and don't know what I would do without them. I get my paycheck direct deposited to this account every other week! I love Higher One!”
- Sara T.
I love that my school refund along with my tax refund can be direct deposited!”
- Stacy J.
... I love Higher One so much I closed my regular accounts and direct deposit my payroll check, my income tax, and I recently changed schools and still use it...”