With shared branching, credit unions from all over the country share facilities to give members thousands of convenient locations to perform transactions just as if they were in their home credit union. Whether you are at work, home or your favorite travel destination, your credit union is always nearby. There are over 3,000 location nationwide.
Anywhere you see the swirl logo means that credit union participates in shared branching and you can conduct a range of transactions such as:
- Loan Payments
- Transfer funds between accounts
- Purchase money orders, travelers checks and official checks (if offered by that branch)
To take advantage of this service, when you enter a shared branch you only need to bring:
- Your home credit union's name
- Your account number
- Valid goverment-issued photo ID such as State Driver's license or US Passport
To find the nearest Credit Union shared branch, click the "CU Service Centers" link at the top of this page, or simply click here.