Added convenience for members is available through our Shared Branching partnership – including extended and Saturday hours at some locations. As part of a nationwide network of more than 5,600 branches, you can perform branch transactions with United Educators Credit Union, safely and securely, from coast to coast.
Due to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, some Shared Branching locations may be temporarily unavailable. Before visiting a shared branch location, call that credit union directly to find out if Shared Branching services are currently available.
How shared branching works
Managing your finances at a shared branch location is exactly like working with your UECU branch. There is no charge to use shared branching services1, it’s an additional way for you to access your accounts with us.
To perform transactions at a shared branch location that is not a United Educators Credit Union, you will need a valid government ID and your UECU account number. Use this convenient CO-OP branch locator to find the nearest shared branch to your location throughout the U.S.
Perform Many Transactions from a Shared Branch
Perform many different types of transactions from a shared branch location for added in-person convenience to your UECU accounts. Throughout the Twin Cities metro or when you’re away from home, you can access your UECU accounts at a shared branch location. With an ID and your account number, you can:
- make deposits2
- make loan payments
- withdraw money3
- transfer money between accounts
- cash checks or Money Orders3
- obtain account balances
- and more4
While applying for UECU loans are not available from a shared branch location, if you need to apply for a loan on-the-go, please call 651-264-0669 or apply for loans online here. It’s easy to apply and approved loans can be completed electronically for ultimate convenience.
If you need access to an ATM, visit our ATM locator page to find the nearest surcharge free ATM.
1 Other financial institutions may reserve the right to assess their own fees or charges for certain transactions
2 Deposited funds may not be immediately available
3 Some institutions may cash up to $1,500.00, limits may apply