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TCU and Beech Grove City Schools Announce Strategic Partnership

TCU and Beech Grove City Schools have launched a new collaboration, including stadium naming rights and a cash management agreement expected to provide the school district a total of $1.2 million in support over the next decade.

TCU Celebrates Enhancements to Noblesville Meijer Service Center

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was recently held to celebrate the TCU Noblesville Meijer Service Center becoming a full-service location with the branch offering special promotions through June 21.

TCU Supports Culver and Union Township Fire Department

Fundraising continues in Culver and Union Township for a new aerial fire truck, with a goal to raise $40,000 in private funding. TCU presented volunteer firefighters and town officials with $2,500 to assist the community in growing its emergency fleet.

Benefits of a TCU Certificate

Share Certificates are a safe vehicle for investors. If you want to grow your money at a steady pace — and receive a higher interest rate than with a traditional savings account — a TCU Certificate might be the right choice.

What Millennials Should Know About Life Insurance

For millennials and young adults, buying life insurance can be a smart choice as you’re starting your career and you’re relatively healthy. Should the worst happen, it can help cover burial and other final expenses and help protect co-signers of private loans.

TCU Presenting Sponsor of Colts Transactions

Teachers Credit Union has partnered with the Indianapolis Colts to sponsor Transactions, celebrating the players who wear the Horseshoe — the people who make Indiana’s NFL team a fan favorite.

TCU Board Appoints New Member and Elects Officers

Teachers Credit Union's Board of Directors recently named a new member and officers. “With diverse professional expertise, our board leadership will continue to be a guiding force for TCU’s growth,” says President and CEO Paul Marsh.

Commercial Loans: The Lifeblood of Growing Businesses

A new project in downtown South Bend is the latest illustration of the growing impact Teacher Credit Union’s commercial loan business is making around the state. TCU is the sole lender for The Barnes & Thornburg Building, the city’s first new Class A office building in nearly 20 years. 

Rick Van Es Named President of TCU Insurance

Welcome to Rick Van Es who began his tenure as President of the TCU Insurance Agency in early May. “Rick's experience will be instrumental in strengthening the relationships between the TCU Insurance Agency and its strategic partners to enhance the products offered to clients,” says Senior Vice President and Chief Lending Officer Chad Douglass.

TCU's Annual Report Earns CUNA Diamond Award

The Credit Union National Administration (CUNA) announced the winners of its 2019 Diamond Awards with TCU receiving recognition for its 2017 Annual Report.