Very few people actually like their bank, which is quite likely to be the same bank they've had since college. This chart shows why that isn't going to change anytime soon.
The big picture: A CFPB report — written earlier this year and finally made public last week after Allied Progress obtained it through a Freedom of Information Act request — studies the fees levied by bank accounts held by college students. Roughly a third of them now attend schools where a single bank or credit union pays the college a fee to promote its products. If you attend a college that accepts such a deal, your average annual fee is $36.52, more than three times the average fee for students at colleges that don't accept paid account promotion.