Student Credit Cards

Learning how to manage a credit card is an important lesson in life, one that students need to learn early. The sooner you learn about credit cards and how to manage them effectively, the better off you will be in the long run. Getting over your head in credit card debt is a very difficult thing to overcome. Therefore, it’s much easier to avoid it entirely if you can and start being responsible from the very beginning.

  • Be responsible! Only buy things you can afford, and pay off your balance in full every month.
  • Having a card for emergencies is a good idea. However, late-night burger runs are not emergencies.
  • Missing payments will negatively affect your credit score! If you’re not responsible, don’t get a credit card.
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CIBC Dividend Visa Infinite
  • 4% cash back on gas and groceries, 2% on Tim Hortons® and TELUS® purchases and 1% on everything else
  • No limit on the cash back you can earn
  • Comprehensive insurance benefits, including Out-of-Province Emergency Travel Medical Insurance (first 15 days, age 64 or under)
  • Enjoy the benefits of the Visa Infinite program, including access to luxury worldwide travel and hotels
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Annual Fee Purchase APR Balance Transfer APR Cash Advance APR
$99 19.99% 22.99% 22.99%
CIBC Dividend Visa Infinite
CIBC Dividend® Visa Infinite* Card
  • 4% cash back on gas and groceries, 2% on Tim Hortons® and TELUS® purchases and 1% on everything else
  • No limit on the cash back you can earn
  • Comprehensive insurance benefits, including Out-of-Province Emergency Travel Medical Insurance (first 15 days, age 64 or under)
  • Full credit card details
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Annual Fee:
$99
APR:
19.99%
Balance Transfer:
22.99%
Cash Advance:
22.99%
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