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The Shoemaker family’s Italian restaurant in downtown Valparaiso, Scarpe, was recently honored in TCU’s Innovate! Business Challenge. The fine-dining establishment pivoted to offer heat-and-eat dishes, carry-out specials and free virtual cooking classes.
Here's how Certell evolved its business operations after COVID-19 resulted in stay-at-home orders in Indiana and across the world.
Certell.org, a nonprofit developer of online courses, will receive $15,000 as the first-place winner. Four other honorees — Bamar Plastics, Scarpe, Sip & Share Wines and Unity Gardens — will receive $5,000 each.
At TCU, we continuously speak to our core values of kindness, respect and integrity and our commitment to each other, our members and our communities.
It's important to do your research before committing to new debt. If you’re not sure whether to borrow money, read our list of dos and don’ts.
Planning for college is difficult in today's uncertain financial landscape. TCU is here to help you navigate important topics with different levels of solutions.
Starting July 2, auto owners in the Great Lake State now face choices for their car insurance due to major updates to Michigan's no-fault system. TCU Insurance Agency is here to help you manage new options.
Since 1931, TCU has offered much-needed financial services in underserved communities. And having recently been reminded of the ideals in the Declaration of Independence, TCU reaffirms its commitment to achieving those aspirations in our workforce and in the communities we serve.
TCU reminds members to be vigilant about financial scams that seek money or personal information from unsuspecting victims. Here are important tips to help protect yourself.
Did you know CO-OP Shared Branching lets TCU members perform a range of transactions at thousands of credit unions around the country? Through the CO-OP network, TCU members can bank at over 5,400 locations nationwide.
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If you're between the ages of 14 and 17, you and a parent/legal guardian can open your Student Rewards Checking by visiting your nearby TCU branch. Be sure you each bring two forms of valid ID. You can find a list of acceptable IDs here.
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