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COVID-19 and Educators Credit Union

Educators Credit Union is taking every necessary precaution to ensure the safety of our members, staff and community. The situation is constantly in flux and we want to ensure our members have access to the most up-to-date information.

We will continue to do all that we can to ensure you have access to your account during these difficult times. A detailed list of services and how you can access your accounts can be found below.

As a member at Educators Credit Union, the money in your account is protected by the National Credit Union Administration. The NCUA insures credit union accounts up to $250,000 per depositor. Learn more here.

Services Chart

Educators Credit Union is starting the careful and deliberate process of safely bringing select in-lobby services to our members. Below is a table that shows how members should access particular services, whether it’s making an appointment in a branch or using an Educators E-Service.

To schedule a pickup or appointment for the services listed, please call 262.886.5900.


Avoid a Line, Manage Your Account Online

Online & Mobile Banking

Check account balances, transfer money or pay loans 24/7. Deposit checks with FlashCash in Mobile Banking!

Become a Member

Joining Educators Credit Union is easier than ever! Apply online to open a new account.

WeCU Video Banking

WeCU brings Educators staff to your computer. Use it to apply for a loan, close on a loan, get help searching for or financing a vehicle, and more!


ASK EVA is our voice activated teller service. Use it to check balances, move money between accounts, or make payments from your phone.

COVID Fraud Attempts


Fraudsters strike when people are scared. Learning more about these attempts is the best way to stay protected.


Email is one of the most popular tools for scammers to use. We talk about warning signs to watch for when reading emails.


Messages sent straight to your phone asking for donations, pretending to give information or trying to get personal details are common. Be on the lookout!