As a member you have access to a variety of electronic services. You can monitor and utilize your accounts and our services anytime, anywhere! Here is just a short overview.

Mobile Banking

NUFCU Mobile Banking brings you one step closer to accessing your account information whenever, wherever you are. Our easy to use NUFCU Mobile Banking app keeps you up to date with your balances, gives you access to view your transactions, transfer money, pay bills, find an ATM or branch location and more.

Mobile Deposit

If you have our iPhone or Android app, you'll have access to mobile deposit. This new feature allows you, as a mobile user, to deposit checks into your University of Nebraska FCU accounts using the camera on your smartphone. Simply take a picture of your check using the camera feature within our app, submit the dollar amount and your check will be automatically submitted for deposit. No need to send in the check - we recommend securely storing the deposited check for 60 days before destroying it.


e-Teller, our online banking product, gives you 24/7 online access to your NUFCU accounts. This free service grants you access to transfer funds between accounts, make loan payments, set up direct deposits, view transaction history and more.

Online Bill Pay

Save yourself time and money with our convenient Online Bill Pay. With this free service you no longer need to worry about where to find a stamp or lick another envelope. Schedule single, recurring, or future dated payments and track your payment history all in one easy location.


Have you gone paperless? At NUFCU we encourage you to sign up to receive your monthly statement online to save time, money and the environment.


Would you like to receive less paper from the credit union? If so, we encourage you to sign up to receive e-notices. With e-notices you will receive either an email or a text alerting you to a message from the credit union. The messages can be accessed through your e-Teller log in. Note: e-notices are available to members that have an e-Teller account and have enrolled in e-statements.