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Call our Member Response Center

All calls received at Educators are directed to our highly trained Member Response Team to ensure you the best experience possible. If you would like to speak with a credit union employee, one of our team members will assist you by transferring you to the proper extension.

Member Response Center Hours:
Monday through Friday: 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am to 3:00 pm

Racine: (262) 886-5900

Kenosha: (262) 657-5626

Burlington: (262) 763-6252

Elkhorn: (262) 743-1800

Waukesha: (262) 547-6888

Milwaukee: (414) 325-2500

Toll-Free: (800) 236-5898

Touch Tone Teller Numbers

Check your balance, transfer funds within your account and among linked accounts, make loan payments, see if a check has cleared and much more. Our Automated Operator will talk you through each step.

Racine/Kenosha: (262) 886-3160

Waukesha: (262) 574-4611

Milwaukee: (414) 535-4011

Toll-Free: (800) 236-3168

Send Us Mail

Please use either of our two mailing addresses:

Educators Credit Union
PO Box 081040
Racine, WI 53408

Educators Credit Union
1326 Willow Road
Mt. Pleasant, WI 53177

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