About TCU: History
Unlike other financial institutions that use people to make money, TCU uses money to serve our members through new service centers and ATMs as well as new products and services. This commitment, in addition to providing superior member service, is carried out every day. From lending financial support to our members, whether they are longtime depositors -those who hold an "Honored Role" in our membership- or "new" members enrolled in our Treasure Chest Club for children age twelve and under, TCU strives to provide the kind of financial support and services its members need to help each other through their participation in a financial cooperative. While financial service is an important part of contributing to a community, TCU's history shows a commitment to going beyond this service and working to build a better community.
More than eighty-five years ago, a small group of teachers pooled their savings to lend to others in need of credit. From these humble beginnings, TCU has grown to become Indiana's largest Credit Union with more than $3 billion in assets and fifty-five branches throughout the state of Indiana and Southwest Michigan. TCU offers traditional financial services including checking, savings, mortgages and credit cards, as well as non-traditional services such as investment, insurance and travel services. And while financial service is an important part of contributing to a community, TCU’s eighty-five-year history shows a commitment to going beyond this service and working to build a better community.
TCU will become the dominant financial service provider in all of the markets where it operates.
The mission of TCU is to be a financial benefit to its members and team members and to the communities of which it is a part.
Five Strategic Commitments
First and Foremost it is About our Membership and Members
TCU Team Members are Partners in our Success
We are Committed to our Communities
Continuum of Growth
Financial Stability Provides Sustainability
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