Bank Nearly Anywhere You Go

With the CO-OP Shared Branch Network, TCU members have more direct access their money nationwide than most traditional bank customers do.

One of the benefits of banking with most credit unions versus traditional banks is that you’re seldom very far away from your money even when you’re far from home.

That’s because, unlike banks, thousands of credit unions are connected through an innovative shared branching network that allows credit union members to conduct most transactions at branches and ATMs of other credit unions across the country.

The CO-OP Shared Branch Network started in 1981 with 20 credit unions and has grown into a cooperative that includes more than 5,700 locations processing more than 7 billion transactions per year. Members of TCU can visit any of these branches across the country to handle a variety of financial transactions as well as get cash from more than 30,000 reduced-fee ATMs, including more than 700 free ATMs in Indiana and Michigan.

To find the CO-OP Shared Branch or ATM nearest you, download the TCU Mobile App or visit the locator map at