• View account balances and history
  • Transfer funds between accounts
  • Pay bills
  • Find an ATM or branch location

The new and improved app puts managing your accounts at your fingertips 24/7.


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Please note: In order to use our app, you must first go through the online registration process through our website

eStatements Features

  • Receive your account statements quicker and more securely than by postal service
  • View, save and print (when necessary)
  • Reduce paper clutter and streamline your personal records

eNotices Features

eNotices FAQs

What is an eNotice?

An eNotice is an electronic copy of paper notices you have traditionally received by mail. eNotices are available through Online Banking. When you sign up to receive eNotices, you will no longer receive paper notices in the mail, though select notices may still arrive in the mail.

Are eNotices emailed to me?

No, to protect your information, we do not email the notice to you. We will send you an email to notify you that a new eNotice is ready for you to view in Online Banking. Once you have signed up for this electronic service, be sure to verify that we have the correct email address within Online Banking. There will also be a link within Online Banking notifying you that you have new eNotices waiting to be viewed.

How long will my eNotices appear in online banking?

You may open and read your eNotices any time. The Notice Alert will continue to display until you have read the notice. You may access previously viewed notices by selecting eNotices from the Green Service menu options. All notices will be available online for 180 days. To keep the list of notices manageable, they will automatically archive after a period of time. Click the "Show Hidden Notices" box to see your archived notices.

Is there a fee to receive eNotices?

No, eNotices are provided free of charge for your convenience.

Can I cancel eNotices and begin receiving paper notices again?

You may cancel eNotices at any time within Online Banking or by calling us at 800.462.5000.

Can I get both paper notices and an eNotice?

No, you may receive electronic OR paper notices.

  • Eliminate time spent traveling to a branch to deposit your checks
  • Use Direct Deposit to deposit money into your Checking account
  • Use Payroll Deduction to deposit a set amount of your paycheck into your Savings account or toward your Empower loans
  • Share Savings to Checking transactions are subject to Regulation D