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We are monitoring the wildfires across California, and hope that our members are not affected. If you’ve been impacted by the recent wildfires and need financial assistance or have questions about your home insurance, please contact us at 888.723.7328.

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We are monitoring the wildfires across California, and hope that our members are not affected. If you’ve been impacted by the recent wildfires and need financial assistance or have questions about your home insurance, please contact us at 888.723.7328.

We’re here for our members

If you are experiencing financial hardship during the COVID-19 Pandemic, please reach out to us. Listed below are several ways you can contact us remotely, including scheduling a phone appointment and using secure Message through Online or Mobile Banking (we will respond by the next business day).

Joan Opp

President and CEO

Joan Opp

Message from the CEO

We know that there are individuals in our membership who are being financially impacted by the response necessitated by the COVID-19 community spread. We are actively working with members who are experiencing hardships during this stressful time. Some are being laid off or losing hours resulting in a reduction of pay. Stanford FCU wants to be here for our members in their time of need. If you are one of these members, please reach out to us so we can discuss ways we can assist. I hope that you and your family remain healthy and safe.

We're available!

Remote Contact

Branches

  • Medical Center and Tresidder are open Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. Tresidder is currently open to Stanford staff and students only.
  • University Avenue and Pampas are open Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 5:00 pm; Saturdays 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
  • Embarcadero Road is open 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Redwood City is temporarily closed

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Online and Mobile Banking

  • Deposit checks
  • Transfer money
  • Pay bills
  • Pay A Friend
Manage Unemployment Funds

Manage Unemployment Funds

Your state will pay your unemployment funds by direct deposit or on a debit card. If you need to transfer the funds from a debit card to your Stanford FCU account, follow these steps:

  • Set up an online or mobile account with the bank that issues the debit card
  • Log into your Stanford FCU Online or Mobile Banking account
  • Go to Payments & Transfers > Add External Account
  • Follow the instructions to link the new account to your account (allow a few days to verify the test deposits)

Help for Business Owners

If you currently have a business or commercial loan with us, please let us know if you need assistance. Email us at Commercial_Lending@sfcu.org.

Beware Coronavirus Scams

Beware of fraudsters exploiting concerns about the Coronavirus. They are sending phishing emails from the CDC and WHO, and creating fake websites for Johns Hopkins University. Stay vigilant, and remember to always slow down and think before clicking on anything!