Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information: Important Tips and Info to Consider.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Update - 3/30/2020

Effective Wednesday, April 1, 2020, the Campus Branch will be closed until further notice. ATM access will still be available and branch access will be available at the Alameda Branch. We apologize for for any incovenience.

Protecting our Community

There is no higher priority than the safety of our members, employees, and community.

ISU Credit Union Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

In light of recent developments with respect to COVID-19, or coronavirus, we are implementing additional precautionary measures and have provided information to help you stay prepared and safe. We will continue to monitor the situation daily so that we can be agile in our response. We will provide updates as needed. If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 208-235-7100 or send us a message online.

Elevating Prevention


  • Increased cleaning and sanitizing of workspace and public areas.
  • Social distancing when possible.
  • Holding virtual meetings as needed.
  • Employees working remotely or refraining from coming into the office if showing any symptoms of illness.

Tips for Our Members

Digital Services

ISU Credit Union continues to provide you with the best member experience possible. For convenience and 24/7 availability, we offer the following digital banking tools, which are easy to use.

Accessing Your Money

All of our branches and services are open and our staff is here to continue to serve you. You should ask yourself, what are the different ways you can access your money? You should always have more than one way. Here are a few ideas to consider:

    Access to your Debit and Credit Cards will be avaliable 24/7.

    Online and mobile banking is available 24/7.
    To sign up, give us a call, or if you have an email address set up on your account, you can sign up here.

    If you don’t own a book of checks, it wouldn’t hurt to have some as a back-up.

    Deposit checks in the comfort of your own home using your smartphone.

    ATMs will be available 24/7 for quick access to cash.

    Keep some cash on hand. It doesn’t have to be much, but it’s helpful to have some available during emergencies.

Your Funds Are Safe

We would like to remind you that your deposits at ISU Credit Union are safe. ISU Credit Union is well-capitalized and financially strong. Further, your funds are federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States Government.

Latest Updates

Update Regarding Branch Access

Released 3/17/2020 5:30pm

Dear Members,

We are taking the health of our members, employees, and their families very seriously. Health experts continue to encourage businesses and individuals to practice safety precautions like social distancing, washing hands, and keeping surfaces clean. We believe it is our duty and social responsibility to help flatten the curve and slow the spread of COVID-19.

Beginning Wednesday, March 18, ISU Credit Union will temporarily close access to our lobbies. Our drive-thrus remain open, the credit union is open and remains fully staffed, and we continue to offer our full suite of banking services during this time. We simply want to reduce the points of in-person contact to maintain health and safety.

Additionally, we are extending our drive-thru and call center hours to be open from 8:00am-6:00pm. Our member contact center is available to handle most transactions over the phone, and we encourage members to continue using our online and mobile banking tools for all of their needs.

Cash is available through the drive thru, at our ATM’s, or by selecting “cash back” at most retailers. Loans can be done virtually through eSignatures on our website or by calling any of our friendly loan officers ready to help. Deposits can be made at the drive thru, through our night drop box, via our ATM’s, or on your mobile device using Remote Deposit Capture.

ISU Credit Union is committed to you and your budget. If you are facing financial hardship from the impact of current events, please do not hesitate to contact us and together, we can find a solution.

Thank you for your membership, and thank you for helping us do our collective part in “flattening the curve.”



Doug Chambers
President/CEO, ISU Credit Union

Released 3/13/2020

Dear Members,

ISU Credit Union places the health and safety of our members and employees as top priority. As concerns surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) heighten, we want to ensure we are taking necessary precautions to protect the well-being of all. Employees are washing hands and applying hand sanitizer frequently. We have encouraged staff who are feeling ill to stay home and recover, offering paid leave at no expense to them.

We will continue to monitor the situation. For your ease and convenience, we have many options for doing business electronically. Through online banking, our mobile app, and use of your debit card, you can deposit a check from home, transfer funds, make purchases, use our full-service ATM’s, or apply for a low rate mortgage. In addition, we welcome you to contact our Member Services Team with any requests at (208) 235-7100.

ISU Credit Union is committed to being your very best financial partner. Should current events cause you financial hardship, please contact the ISU Credit Union team and together, we can find a solution.

Thank you for your membership. ISU Credit Union is devoted to making a difference in the lives of our members and creating good in our communities. In the event we need to provide additional updates, they will be available on our website www.isucu.org.




Crisis Management

Crisis Management

ISU Credit Union has always had a Crisis Management Team in place to be prepared for emergency situations and to prevent or minimize any interruption of service to our members. Our Crisis Management Team has been meeting on a regular basis and is prepared to implement different phases of protection for our staff and members as needed.

Canceled/Postponed Events

Canceled/Postponed Events

3/18/2020: Annual Meeting Postponed

Our traditional Annual Meeting which was to be held on Wednesday, March 18, has been postponed. As a precaution, the decision was made by the Board of Directors to cancel the previously scheduled March 18th Annual Meeting. Board of Directors election results will be posted here at 5pm on Wednesday.