You could get up to $625 in value on§ depending on your program of study!

TD Student Chequing Account

  • $0 Monthly Fee (until 23 years old or with proof of enrollment in full-time post-secondary education)
  • Unlimited transactions1.
  • No transfer fee to send or request money using Interac e-Transfer®
  • No Monthly Fee for Monthly Plan Overdraft Protection service5

Eligible services to complete:

Complete any 3 of the following with your new TD Student Chequing Account by December 27, 2022:

You could earn 15,152 TD Rewards Points (that's a $50 value to use at with Shop with Points+) with our TD Rewards Visa* Card. Plus, get a 9.99% promotional interest rate on purchases for the first 6 months with no annual fee!. Conditions Apply. Must apply by October 31, 2022.

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  • Annual fee$0
  • Interest Purchases19.99%
  • Interest Cash advances22.99%
  • Additional Cardholders$0

TD Student Line of Credit

  • Enjoy competitive variable interest rates based on TD Prime Rate.
  • Interest-only monthly payments while in school and for 24 months after you leave school.
  • Apply once for a credit limit that you can continue to use and re-use2 while in school3.
  • Convenient access to your credit through your TD Access Card4, cheques and EasyWeb Online banking.

Offer details by program of study

Students who apply, are approved and open a new TD Student Line of Credit before October 31, 2022 can receive:

1. College & Undergraduate Students: $50 Gift Card
Full or part-time post-secondary students in an accredited Canadian university or college could get a $50 Gift Card.

2. Graduate & Professional Students: $150 Gift Card
Students enrolled in a graduate program could get a $150 Gift Card. Plus get the TD Graduate & Professional Banking Package.

3. Medicine & Dentistry Students: $500 Gift Card
Student enrolled in Medical or Dental School could get a $500 Gift Card. Plus get the TD Medical and Dental Professional Student Banking Package.

What should I bring to my Student Line of Credit appointment?

  • Proof of enrollment
  • Current address and previous address (if current address is less than 3 years old)
  • Your annual income (sources and amount)
  • Your monthly mortgage or rent amount
  • Co-signer (most undergraduate student line of credit applications require one)
  • Your monthly payments (loans, credit cards, lines of credit, etc.)

Interested in all these offers?

Book an appointment today and a TD Banking Specialist can help.
The document provided must have been issued by the school and contain the student name, the name of the University or College, program and year of study. Example: A letter on school letterhead signed or stamped by the school, or a copy of the tuition bill.
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