Many Kansas credit unions have ATMs and some are part of a network, allowing you to access credit union ATMs across the United States.
To find out if your credit union has an ATM or is part of an ATM Network:
- CO-OP ATM Locator: Some Kansas credit unions are part of the CO-OP ATM Network. Use the CO-OP ATM Locator to find an ATM in your area.
Many Kansas credit unions are also part of a shared branch network, meaning that even though you belong to one credit union, you can do your transactions at a partner credit union at another location in your area or out of state.
To find out if your credit union is part of a Shared Branch network:
- Contact a credit union in your area: The best way to find if a credit union is part of a shared branch network is to contact them. Search for a Kansas credit union by name or city, or search for credit unions nationwide.
- Use the CU Service Center Shared Branch Locator: Credit unions in Kansas are part of the CU Service Center Shared Branch Network. To find out if your credit union is part of the network and to find other credit unions in this network, use the Shared Branch Locator.