How Your Accounts Are Federally Insured
NCUA - The National Credit Union Association
"Not one penny of insured savings has ever been lost by a member of a federally insured credit union."
Share Insurance Estimator
What Applies to Share Accounts
The National Credit Union Administration’s (NCUA) Share Insurance Estimator lets consumers, credit unions, and their members know how its share insurance rules apply to member share accounts—what’s insured and what portion (if any) exceeds coverage limits.
The Journey Of Tulsa FCU
Tulsa Federal Credit Union has enjoyed significant and steady growth during the last 75 years. This growth is a wonderful testimony to our rich history of serving and enriching the lives of others.
Discounted Tickets For Our Members
Save 15% On Tickets To Silver Dollar City Attractions
Planning a family trip can be tricky, and expensive. Good news! As a member of the Tulsa FCU family you receive discounted tickets to Silver Dollar City, White Water and Branson Belle. Look no further, your family vacation is just a click away.
Plan your adventure here.
2018 Tulsa FCU discount code: 22604
Pay at Your Own Pace
With Skip-A-Pay, you can take a break from your loan payments twice in a rolling 12-month period, giving you more flexibility when you need it.
Find out more about Skip-A-Pay to see if your loan qualifies.
Support and Procedures
Click on the icons below to learn more about all of the different ways that we support you as a member
Switching Your Account
Switching your account to Tulsa FCU is easy. Just follow these simple steps.
Step 1 – Open Your Tulsa FCU Membership Account
Once you’re approved, you’re ready to benefit from all that comes with your membership. In addition, you’ll be able to sign up for free online banking and free online bill pay.
Step 2 – Transfer Your Direct Deposit and Automatic Payments
Don’t forget to contact your HR department with your new account number.
You will need to provide the Tulsa FCU routing number (303986261) and your new Tulsa FCU checking account number to set up new automatic payments.
Step 3 – Close Your Old Accounts
Any outstanding checks, automatic payments and debit card transactions need to clear before closing your old account.
By properly disposing of old cards and checks, you can protect yourself from anyone attempting to steal your identity or access your information.