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Welcome SHCU Members

March 16, 20233 minute read

WSECU and SHCU, credit unions merging in service to community

The votes are in and State Highway Credit Union is becoming WSECU. The official transition is set to take place on Monday, May 15, 2023.

We’re excited for you to join WSECU. Some things we think you’ll love:

  • A new state-of-the-art ATM is coming soon to your branch!
  • You’ll enjoy user-friendly online banking, plus a mobile app for Apple and Android devices.
  • The same great branch team you know and love will still be there to serve you.

Keep an eye on your mailbox! Important information about timing, account changes and more will be coming soon.

In the meantime, if you’re curious about how your accounts will transfer, view our account conversion chart.

Finally, check back here often for the latest updates!

Frequently asked questions

Yes, the State Highway branch will remain open.

The State Highway branch team will be here to serve you throughout and after the transition.

Yes, you'll continue to use your SHCU accounts until they're converted to WSECU accounts on Monday, May 15.

Once your accounts are converted to WSECU accounts, you’ll be able to use any WSECU branch.

In the meantime, you can use your SHCU branch as usual.

The process of transitioning your accounts will take a few months. Please make sure State Highway has your current mailing address, email address and phone number so that you receive your new account information and other important communications.

No, you'll automatically become a WSECU member and will not need to pay a membership fee.

You can continue accessing your accounts via CO-OP ATMs, plus a new ATM will be installed at your branch soon!

A small group of members will get a new account number; however, in our efforts to make the transition as easy as possible, we have made every attempt to not change your account number. If your account number is changing, we will let you know.

Your perspective is important to us and helps us see where we’re hitting the mark and where there might be areas to improve.