A shared branch is a credit union that is part of a national network of electronically-linked branches. When you use a shared branch, simply indicate that you are a member of USF FCU and provide your member number and a valid government ID. You may conduct routine transactions fee-free at any of our shared branches in the same way you would at a USF FCU branch, including:
Shared branches may charge fees for other services such as traveler's checks, money orders, cashier's checks and notary service. Call or visit the shared branch for more information.
Use our branch locator to find a shared branch near you.