Routing number for TEACHERS Credit Union




There are two major credit unions with the name Teachers Credit Union in USA. Please note that these two credit unions are separate entities so don't confuse one with the other.

1. Teachers Credit Union (TCU) - Serving Counties in Indiana and Michigan
2. Teacher Federal Credit Union (TFCU) - Serving Long Island, New York.

Find routing number for your Teachers Credit Union based on the region and your CU website as indicated below -
Credit Union NameRegion of OperationsOfficial WebsiteRouting Number
Teachers Credit UnionIndiana and Michiganwww.tcunet.com271291826
Teacher Federal Credit UnionLong Island, NYwww.teachersfcu.org221475786

You can also locate the routing number and your account number on the check issued by your credit union. Account number of the receiving account is also necessary to initiate any payment methods such as direct deposit, wire transfers, electronic payments etc.
Teachers Credit Union Routing Number

All Teachers Credit Union Routing Numbers



Routing NumberBankAddress**State, Zip
271291826TEACHERS CREDIT UNION110 S MAIN ST SOUTH BENDIndiana, 46601
271990525TEACHERS CREDIT UNION110 S MAIN ST SOUTH BENDIndiana, 46601
271990907TEACHERS CREDIT UNION110 S MAIN ST SOUTH BENDIndiana, 46601
275977094TEACHERS CREDIT UNION2315 PRAIRIE AVENUE BELOITWisconsin, 53511
221475786TEACHERS FCUP.O. BOX 9005 SMITHTOWNNew York, 11787
**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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