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Our branch lobbies are currently closed for the safety of our Members and employees. Click here to schedule a telephone appointment. Please use our drive-thru windows, LSCU Mobile and LSCU Cards Apps, and our website for financial services.

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Online Banking

Enjoy the ease and convenience of secure online access to your accounts anywhere, anytime. You can view transaction history, manage your transfer and payments, as well as update your preferences. Get started with online banking today.

Great features to help you manage you money at your convenience

Transaction History

View all your authorized accounts with one login. Check your account history and view pending transactions or holds. For easy account balancing, export your transactions to Quicken® or Microsoft Money®. You can also view your eStatements and download a copy of your statement (PDF) to save or print for your records.

Manage your money

Quickly transfer funds between your accounts or schedule recurring or future transfers. You can easily make your loan payments by setting up an automatic transfer from your checking to you loan. Users also have the ability to place a stop payment on a check.

Change your preferences

Add news, stock, and weather information to your homepage. You can also change your statement preference, and reset your login password

Know you're protected

We utilize the highest encryption and security standards to protect your financial information online. Multi-factor authentication is a security measure which enables a picture and challenge question to verify your identity and signal to you that this is the correct website. If you see your selected picture, then it is safe to enter your challenge answer and password.

Enroll in Online Banking

You can enroll in online banking by clicking on the "Enroll Today" link located in the red login box at the top of this page. When completing the registration information, please use your Member number (savings account number) as the account number. You will also need to use the name and information of the primary owner on the account.