State Employees’ Credit Union is one of North Carolina’s best-known credit unions. In 2022, SECU has 273 branches, each with on-site ATM access, so it’s easy to find nearby branches and ATMs.
SECU locations near me
Take a look at the Google map below to find the SECU location closest to you.
SECU branches and ATMs nearby
Finding a SECU branch nearby is easy when you use the Branch and ATM locator tool on the SECU website. Simply type a full address or postal code in the search bar. You can search for branches and ATMs or branches only. If no locations are within 50 miles of you, select “Browse All Locations” to see a list of all 273 SECU locations in North Carolina.
You can also select the “Use my location” link on the SECU locator page to find a branch or ATM near you.
Here is an overview of SECU’s opening hours and customer service options.
SECU branches are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., excluding designated holidays. Access SECU’s 2022 holiday calendar to see when branches are closed.
If nearby SECU branches are closed, you can still check your account balances and transact using the credit union’s self-service offerings, which include:
- Ask SECU: Get 24/7 account access through SECU’s automated voice response service, which you can reach by calling 800-275-7328.
- Mobile banking app: Download the cashier’s mobile app via Google Play or the App Store to manage your accounts on the go.
- Member access: Log in to the credit union’s online banking platform to access your accounts.
- Mobile access: Manage your accounts via SECU’s mobile banking site.
If you need to contact your local branch, you can use the branch locator on the credit union’s website to find phone numbers and email addresses for SECU branches near you.
If you need immediate assistance, you can call SECU’s 24/7 Member Services number at 888-732-8562.
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