Get the rewards that suit your lifestyle

alumni visaSign-up today for The College of New Jersey Select Rewards Visa® card and pick the bonus offer that best suit your lifestyle, either a low introductory APR¹ or 2,500 Bonus Points² . The College of New Jersey Select Rewards Visa® card is the card for you!

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1.99% APR for 6 Months on Purchases and Balance Transfers¹

Or

2,500 Bonus Points with Your First Purchase²

The College of New Jersey Select Rewards Visa® Card also provides great benefits, including:

•    Your choice of virtually any reward with the Choose Your Own Rewards program—even cash back!
•    100% Fraud protection³
•    Auto rental collision damage waiver and travel accident insurance, warranty manager, and travel and emergency assistance³

Plus, with every Select Rewards Visa Card purchase, U.S. Bank will make a contribution to The College of New Jersey!

Hurry, offer ends 12/31/2010.

¹ The 0% introductory APR does not apply to Cash Advances and is valid for the first nine billing cycles on Purchases and Balance Transfers. Thereafter, the APR may vary and as of 02-01-10, the undiscounted variable APR for Purchases and Balance Transfers is 8.99% – 19.99% (depending on your credit history). The variable APR for Cash Advances is 23.99%. Cash Advance fee: 4%, $10 minimum. Convenience Check fee: 3%, $5 minimum, Cash Equivalent fee: 4%, $20 minimum. Balance Transfer fee of 3%, $5 minimum. There is a $2 minimum finance charge when interest is due. The annual fee is $0. Foreign Transaction fee: 2% of each foreign purchase transaction or foreign ATM advance transaction in U.S. Dollars. 3% for each foreign purchase transaction or foreign ATM advance transaction in a Foreign Currency.

² Accounts must be open and in good standing (not past due) to earn and redeem points.

³  Certain restrictions and exclusions may apply. Individual transactions are evaluated by U.S. Bank based on factors such as suspected fraud, Account history, credit record, payment resources, revolving balances, prior cash advances, and safety and soundness considerations. If U.S. Bank authorizes a transaction that causes you to exceed your revolving credit line, then you must pay, as a part of your monthly minimum amount due, the amount by which your new balance exceeds your credit line.

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