Routing number for State Employees' Credit Union




State Employees' Credit Union is also popularly known as SECU. SECU is a state chartered credit union headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina regulated under the authority of the Credit Union Division of the NC Department of Commerce. SECU is the second largest natural member credit union in the United States, both in asset size and in membership.

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  • SECU ABA Routing Transit Number: 253177049
  • SECU Institution Number: 086
  • Sample Checking Account Number: 12345678
Electronic Debit From a Checking Account
  1. Drafts may debit a checking account only.
  2. Electronic drafts / debits must be established with the payee. Drafts cannot be established with the Credit Union.
  3. Checking account numbers must be 11 digits. Include the institution number (086) and any necessary zeroes between the institution and account numbers (sample: 08601234567).
Electronic Credit to a Checking, Share, or Money Market Account
  1. Checking account numbers must be 11 digits. Include the institution number (086) and any necessary zeroes between the institution and account numbers (sample: 08600012345).
  2. Share account numbers must be 9 digits. Include any leading zeroes (sample: 000123456). Do not include the institution number.
  3. Money market share accounts are coded as checking accounts. Account numbers must be 11 digits. Include the institution number (086) and one zero between the institution and account numbers (sample: 08601234567).

More SECU Credit Union Routing Numbers



Routing NumberBankAddress**State, Zip
272486452 272078268STATE EMPLOYEES CR UN501 S CAPITOL AVE LANSINGMichigan, 48933
253177049STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION1000 WADE AVENUE RALEIGHNorth Carolina, 27605
255075589STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION971 CORPORATE BOULEVARD LINTHICUMMaryland, 21090
255076753STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION971 CORPORATE BOULEVARD LINTHICUMMaryland, 21090
281076167STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION4500 COLLEGE AVE ALTONIllinois, 62002
307084431STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION813 ST. MICHAELS'S DRIVE SANTA FENew Mexico, 87505
253174929STATE EMPLOYEES CU1000 WADE AVENUE RALEIGHNorth Carolina, 27605
221373383STATE EMPLOYEES FEDERAL CREDIT UNION700 PATROON CREEK BLVD ALBANYNew York, 12206
**Address mentioned in the table may differ from your branch office address. Routing number of a bank usually differ only by state and is generally same for all branches in a state.

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