The staff of the University of Nebraska Federal Credit Union would like to congratulate Heath Tuttle on being selected as the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's chief information officer. Tuttle joined the NUFCU Board in April at the credit union's annual meeting. Read More.
Cardrates.com, a nationally recognized publication, has awarded your credit union the Editors' ™ Choice Award for Community Commitment. CardRates.com's mission is to inform and educate their visitors about the world of credit cards, encouraging better credit decisions and a brighter financial future for all. When announcing this recognition to staff, NUFCU CEO & President Keith Kauffeld said, "It's truly an honor for every employee and volunteer in our credit union that we were selected as CardRates.com Editors' Choice Award for Community Commitment." Click here to read the article.
The credit union is launching Credit Sense today, Tuesday, July 16. With Credit Sense you will have free access to your credit score along with personalized tips on how to improve or maintain an already great score. To view Credit Sense, just log into E-teller and click on "Get Your Credit Score" on the right side of the page. You will need to answer questions about past credit to verify your identity. Once verified, you are all set to use Credit Sense. If you do not have a log in for e-Teller, please call us at 402.472.2087.
Register today for one or more of our fall semester Lunch and Learn Seminars. Learn more.
To protect your financial information, our e-Teller product (online banking) will periodically require you to change your password. This is usually an easy process, but for some reason if you are using Firefox as your Internet browser the browser will not let you follow the steps to change your password. We are trying to fix this issue, but for now we ask that you switch to another browser such as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Safari. If you experience any issues while using e-Teller, please feel free to contact us during business hours at 402.472.2087.