Instructions for NEW Online Banking System

  • First-time users will need to select “Enroll”. You will need to enter your member number, email address, SSN, postal code and birthdate. You will then need to click the box to acknowledge the User Agreement and select the box labeled “Sign Up”. 
  • If all of the information is correct, once you click the “Sign Up” button you will receive a pop-up and be sent back to the sign-in page. 
  • Using your member number as your username and the temporary password sent to your email, you can log into the home banking portal. You will be prompted to change your password. Your new password will need to contain a combination of at least 1 uppercase letter, 1 special character and 1 number and be a minimum of 8 characters long. 
  • You will need to answer a set of 3 identifying questions as well as select “confidence word” 
  • Anytime you log into home banking from a different computer or browser, you will be prompted to answer your identifying questions for verification. 

Click Here to Access NEW Online Banking

New Links for Mobile Apps 

(Note: you must register for online banking above FIRST to get your new login to use on app)

Click Here for ANDROID app

Click Here for iPhone app

Details on New Software Update


  • Account numbers will remain the same
  • ATM/Debit Cards will remain the same
  • Direct Deposits, payroll deductions, Social Security, and all ACH deposits will continue as set up before.
  • Loan terms, payment amounts, due dates and rates will remain the same.

Both mobile and home banking will allow you to:

  • View accounts
  • View statements
  • Do transfers
  • See location & hours
  • Bill pay
  • Access credit card site
  • View check images
  • View histories
  • Set up alerts
  • Message credit union
  • Access credit union site proper

For Home Banking  Only, you will be able to:

  • Apply for loans
  • Change personal profile i.e, telephone number, password email and user name.

For Mobile Apps Only, you will be able to:

  • Login with Biometrics, i.e, face or fingerprint
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