Find a Shared Branch
At the University of Hawai`i Federal Credit Union, we’re always finding ways to make your banking experience more convenient. Shared branching is one of those ways. As part of a national network of credit unions partnering to provide members easy access to their accounts, UHFCU now has thousands of locations available where you can conduct transactions just as you would at one of our own branches.
Find most Hawai’i Shared Branch locations.
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Mainland & Int’l Locations
Find more Hawai’i, National and International Shared Branches.
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Across the country and around the globe, enjoy some additional benefits, too:
- Taking advantage of the extended hours offered by many locations.
- Easy access to your UHFCU account when you travel.
- Keeping your UHFCU account if you move across town or across the country.
- Convenient branches or self-service kiosks close to your office or favorite shopping spots.
Access when you want it, wherever you are
At each shared branch location, you’ll feel right at home with the ability to take care of your financial business. Here are just a few of the services available:
- Transfers between accounts
- Loan payments
- And more!
How do I find a shared branch location?
There are many ways to find the shared branch most convenient for you:
- Visit co-opsharedbranch.org to search or download locations to your GPS device.
- Download the “Find Branch” app to your iPhone.
- Call 1-888-SITE-COOP (1-888-7483-2667).
- Ask one of our employees.
- Look for the CO-OP Shared Branch logo.
What do I need to bring with me?
Anywhere you see the CO-OP Shared Branch name and logo, you know you’re welcome to conveniently access your account just as you would at UHFCU. When you visit a participating shared branch location, just make sure you bring a few items:
- Photo identification
- Our name (University of Hawai`i Federal Credit Union)
- Your account number
Will I be charged a fee to use this service?
Most Shared Branching transactions are free of charge; however, fees may apply depending on the location and nature of the transactions. Please inquire with the credit union at which you plan to use Shared Branching.