CO-OP Shared Branching
CO-OP Shared Branch is the second-largest branch network in the country, with more than 5,600 credit union branches and hundreds of self-service Shared Branch express terminals in all 50 states.
How it works
The CO-OP Shared Branch network allows members of one credit union to do a range of transactions at another credit union. Through the CO-OP Shared Branch network, participating credit unions can serve members in diverse geographical locations, even when they move or travel. CO-OP Shared Branch express terminals provide after-hours member access, reduce teller traffic, and can help you leverage your existing investment in ATMs. The following services may be available to you at locations throughout the United States:
- Open Monday through Saturday
- Cash Checks & Make Deposits
- Cash & Check Withdrawals (some cash limits may apply)
- Make Loan Payments
- Transfer Money To & From Accounts
- Purchase Money Orders & Certified Checks
- Obtain Cash Advances & Balance Inquiries
Currently, our KSU, Marietta and Towne Lake branch locations are a part of the CO-OP Shared Branch Network.
Ready to get started?
Download the CO-OP Shared Branch Apps