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TCU is committed to keeping members informed of all the ways we're helping in the communities we serve and how to bank smarter and safer.
Wilson Primary Teacher receives $2,000 Voya Grant through TCU

Teachers Credit Union presented the grant to Eileen Cramer, who will use it to establish sensory rooms where students can learn the emotional and cognitive regulation skills they need to thrive. 

Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Tips to Protect Yourself Online

Protecting your personal and financial information requires proactive thinking and preparation. Stay safer and more secure online with these pointers.

Cash in with TCU’s Debit-Card Rewards Program

Earning rewards while using debit cards for everyday purchases is just another way that TCU helps members save and build a brighter financial future.

TCU to Host Community Shred Day on Sept. 28

If old bills, business documents, credit card offers or other sensitive paper material is overflowing your counter tops, TCU’s Park 100 branch has a way to clear the clutter without risk.

A Financial Curriculum that Supports Teachers and Empowers Young People

Karol Griffin, TCU's Director of Financial Empowerment, recently joined the Indiana Education Insight podcast to discuss TCU’s financial education programs.  

TCU Increases Presence in Porter County with Sponsorships

TCU's presence in Porter County continues to grow. The credit union was excited to join City of Valparaiso in serving as the the platinum sponsor for the 2019 Valparaiso Popcorn Festival. 

Open Your Eyes to a Credit Union

The bottom line for TCU and all credit unions is to make your money work for you. We’re here to show how credit unions benefit individuals and families, businesses and communities by turning financial goals into reality.

Peterson Named Top Bank Program Manager

Congratulations to TCU President of Investment Services Waylon Peterson for this well-deserved industry recognition for what members already know — that he's passionate about helping people meet their financial goals.

TCU Foundation Grant Supports New Youth Center

Known as The Outlet, the center received $5,000 to start an after-school program to provide students ages 13 to 18 with enrichment activities and mentoring. Such programs bring a wide range of benefits to youth, families and communities. 

Fremont Youth Foundation Block Party an Inspiring Start to the School Year
  • August 19, 2019

TCU had a booth at the event to encourage the neighborhood kids to start saving young and develop other sound financial habits.