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As a member of STCU, you have access to more than 5,000 participating shared branching locations nationwide, including shared branching ATMs.
Shared branching restrictions.
To help limit spread of COVID-19, STCU has temporarily suspended shared branching at all STCU branch locations for both members and nonmembers of the credit union.
If needed, please search the Co-op Network of ATMs to locate the nearest shared branching ATM.
The temporary shared branching restrictions do not affect regular STCU member transactions, such as cash withdrawals, deposits, and transfers. Not all branch locations are open, however, so please check your branch location in advance for drive-through and lobby hours. Thank you for understanding!
A shared branching location is a credit union office that agrees to handle financial transactions for members of other participating credit unions, including every member of STCU. The CO-OP® Shared Branching network lets you complete most transactions at a shared branching location just as if you were visiting STCU, so you can:
- Make a deposit
- Withdraw funds
- Make a loan payment
- Transfer money
- Get a statement printout
- And more!
Each transaction is recorded on your STCU statement, and most shared branching transactions are free to members.*
Several shared branching locations welcome STCU members during limited Saturday and Sunday hours. When visiting shared branching locations operated by other credit unions, remember to bring your valid ID and STCU account numbers.
Night Drop instructions
Include the full name "STCU" on your check, deposit slip, or other forms and instructions left in a Night Drop at any shared branching location. This ensures prompt and accurate recording of your transaction. Not all credit unions permit Night Drop transactions.
*shared branching fees
Normal fees for certain products and services may apply at non-STCU branches. Please ask first about any potential fees before processing your transaction. Some credit unions do not permit shared branching from their drive-through lanes.