Founded in 1936 by government workers, Hawaii State FCU has blossomed into one of the largest credit unions in Hawaii. Through the generations, we've grown by remembering one simple thing, "We are family." A large extended family that draws strength and inspiration from our members. All our services and products are designed to provide members with the means to build financial security and reach their goals. After all, family always takes care of each other. Hawaii State Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit financial cooperative owned and operated by its members, who are state employees, their immediate families and household members, and family of existing HSFCU members. Since its founding in 1936, Hawaii State FCU has grown to be one of the state's largest credit unions offering a full range of financial services such as: a dividend-earning checking account; high-dividend savings; IRAs; mortgage loans; home equity lines of credit; credit and debit cards; and some of the lowest auto and personal loan rates around. Knowing how busy your lives are, the credit union has also made it convenient to do business with us. Members can easily access their credit union accounts and conduct transactions 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, 365-days a year through the use of Private Line (bank-by-phone), or by logging-in to Hawaii State FCU's free Online Banking system featuring free, unlimited online bill pay.In addition to Hawaii State FCU's eight branches, the credit union also belongs to the Hawaii Network, a shared-branch service of over 30 other credit union locations, statewide. Hawaii State FCU members can conveniently visit a participating Shared Branch credit union near their place of work or home and conduct basic credit union transactions. Visit www.hicuso.com for an updated listing of shared branch locations..
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