What is Shared Branching?

Shared branching is a cooperative network of credit unions that have joined together and created shared branching centers across the country. Oklahoma Community Credit Union is a member of the CO-OP Shared Branching organization. Shared branching is available at our Main and West Stillwater branches. By sharing facilities, credit unions can offer greater convenience for members to access their accounts at many locations just as if they were at their home credit union.

Oklahoma Community CU members can use other credit unions. Simply search http://www.co-opsharedbranching.org/  when you find yourself away from our area.

Members can enter any shared service center in the United States and conduct a range of transaction services. See the “Do This” section above.

Then remember to bring your ID, Account Number and tell them you’re with Oklahoma Community Credit Union.

Shared Branching Locations

Oklahoma Community Credit Union members can handle their financial business even when they are living in different communities across the state or nation. More than 40 Shared Branching locations exist in Oklahoma and nearly every state in the union has participating credit union branches. More information about locations nationwide is available at CO-OP’s website: http://www.co-opsharedbranching.org/.

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Basic Transactions

  • Cash checks

  • Deposits and withdrawals

  • Loan payments and advances

  • Transfer between accounts

  • Money order purchases

  • Balance inquiries

What You’ll Need

  • Your home credit union’s name

  • Active credit union account number

  • A valid Government-issued photo ID

Convenient Service

  • 6,000+ CO-OP Shared Branches

  • 40 Shared Branches located in Oklahoma

  • Great for traveling, moving and attending college