Checking Accounts

A deposit account allows you to make deposits and withdrawals.

A checking account is a type of credit union account that provides a convenient way to manage everyday financial transactions. It allows individuals to deposit and withdraw funds, make payments, and access their money through various means such as checks, debit cards, and online transfers. With a checking account, members can monitor their balance, track transactions, and receive regular statements. It is a secure repository for funds and enables easy and efficient money management for personal and business purposes.

We offer a variety of checking accounts, giving you options to choose what will suit your financial needs.

Account types

Before you begin your application to open a checking account, FSU Credit Union will need the following items: (General – I know this needs to be more accurate)

  • State Registered ID


  • Birth Certificate & Social Security Card

Our financial representatives at every FSU Credit Union branch will help you through these steps to set up your account. Please feel free to Contact Us for more questions.

What are Accounting Statements?

Your accounting statement, or E-statement, is an official document provided by a credit union to its account holders. They summarize the transactions that have occurred within a specific period, typically a month. These statements include details such as deposits, withdrawals, transfers, and any fees or charges incurred. They offer an overview of an individual’s or a business’s financial activities, allowing for accurate tracking and reconciliation of accounts. These are sent by mail, or you can choose the “paperless” option to receive them electronically. By choosing to opt for an E-statement or electronic statement you have convenient, anytime access from your computer or smart device.

Financial Terms & Services

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