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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.
Another Successful Year for The People’s Turkey Drive

The northwest Indiana non-profit teamed up with TCU to ensure that 800 families can enjoy a Thanksgiving meal with all the trimmings.

TCU’s Corporate Service Center Temporarily Closing for Renovation

Members are encouraged to use the nearby Lincolnway West and Jefferson service centers during the remodeling which begins January 6.

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.

Indiana Credit Union League Honors TCU President Paul Marsh

“This honor reflects the efforts of all our team members in helping the credit union grow and strengthening our support for the communities we serve.” — Marsh in his remarks after receiving the ICUL 2019 Professional Achievement Award.

Baugo Community Schools’ Hope Hall Dedicated

A partnership between TCU and BCS helps strengthen the Baugo Promise program, designed to prepare every Jimtown student for college and careers. TCU is contributing $75,000 toward college savings accounts for Baugo students.

Four Ways to Protect Your Personal Information Online

There's no better time than National Cybersecurity Awareness Month to make sure that you're following the best practices for online safety. Here are tips to help protect yourself and your personal information.

TCU Supports Breast Cancer Research

Susan G. Komen addresses breast cancer on multiple fronts including research, community health and public policy initiatives. This October, TCU has joined Komen to support those affected by the disease.

Take Action to “Secure IT” during Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Cybersecurity Awareness Month is a perfect time to take steps to secure your information online. Here are cybersecurity tips to help you protect your data from falling into the wrong hands.

Over 650 TCU Team Members to Volunteer as Part of 2019 Day of Giving

Teachers Credit Union is excited to hold its second annual Day of Giving on Monday, October 14 where it will support 43 organizations in 16 counties, including food banks, animal shelters and hospitals.

Own Your Digital Life

During National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, TCU wants to help you “own” your digital life. Learn more about how to protect yourself and your personal information.