Far away? A shared branch is close by.
A big bank might have a branch on every corner, but they also often have additional fees and costs. You can get the best of both worlds with shared branches.
What is a shared branch?
A shared branch is a branch at another credit union that is part of the CO-OP shared branch network. They allow credit union members from other branches to visit and access their accounts just like they would at a local Purdue Federal branch.
At a shared branch, you can:
- Deposit money.
- Withdraw funds.
- Transfer money.
- Check account balances.
- Make loan payments.*
You can use our interactive map to find a shared branch or surcharge-free ATM.
Find a shared branch.
Not an option? Locate a branch and get driving directions by phone at 800.919.CUSC (2872). Just look for the Credit Union Service Center logo.