Name Change

As you may know, a new state law requires UICCU to change its name by April 2019. Please know a change in our name will not change the commitment to our member-owners. No matter what our name becomes, we remain committed to providing extraordinary service to you and helping all of our members meet their financial goals for generations to come. For more information and answers to your questions, visit our Name Change FAQ page. You can also submit your suggestions for our new name using the Feedback icon on our homepage. 

Avoiding ATM skimmers

There has been an increase in news about card skimmers recently. Check out these tips on how to avoid card skimmers and help keep your information secure.

Best Rate Guarantee*

We guarantee you'll get the Best Rate on your CD or IRA. If you find a better advertised rate at a local financial institution, we'll not only match it...we'll beat it.

Adventureland Tickets

Discounted Adventureland Tickets are now available at all UICCU branches! Stop by to purchase tickets and receive $7 off the regular admission price.

See our Branch Locations and Hours page to find a branch close to you.

For information about Adventureland visit

Have a TIAA Retirement Account?

Our advisors are here to help manager your TIAA Retirement Account. Speak with a member of our Wealth Management Team today!

Taking a summer vacation?

If traveling out of state with your UICCU debit or credit card*, please notify us at 800-397-3790 or any office location. States or countries with high cases of card fraud may be blocked from usage for your protection. If you are planning a trip, notifying us allows us to unblock the card so that it works for the period you are visiting. For added peace of mind, enroll your credit and debit card for our free Fraud Prevention Text Alerts. Thank you for helping us significantly decrease fraud on UICCU accounts.
*PIN-based debit transactions should still work even if notification to UICCU was not made.

Scam Alert

Have you been asked to be a mystery shopper and received a check to deposit as part of the job? Please use caution! This is a very common scam and can leave you owing thousands of dollars. Talk to UICCU staff regarding any mystery shopper deposit items so that we can help protect your account.

Call Wait Times.

UICCU has seen explosive growth this year and it has resulted in longer wait times on the phone. We are in the process of adding staff to our Call Center in order to reduce the wait and serve you faster. Of course, you can also bypass the call center by visiting our direct dial page as well. Thank you for your patience.

Congratulations and thank you!

The Iowa Legislature adjourned on Saturday, May 5th without any changes to credit union taxation. THANK YOU for your grassroots advocacy. Credit Union members and non-members sent a strong message that financial cooperatives provide a valuable choice in the marketplace.

In the final hours of the session language was added to prohibit the use of a public university’s name in the name of any Iowa Credit Union, which targets UICCU. This was not part of the tax bill and therefore not part of the public discussion. We will work our way through this new legislation and keep the membership informed as we proceed.

Online Banking Tip – Get access codes via text message.

Do you get secure access codes via a phone call but want to get a text message instead? Follow these easy steps and you can chose to get codes via text the next time you log in from a new device.

Are you paying fees for your checking account?

Some banks are moving their customers to checking accounts that require minimum balances and activity to waive fees. UICCU's Free Checking Account is free without any hoop jumping. No minimum balance is required.

Over $80,000 raised for local schools!

We are happy to report that April’s UICCU Give & Grow to Schools Initiative was a success! UICCU members donated $42,154 and their donations are matched by UICCU to benefit school foundations in our markets. The foundations included in this year’s Initiative are listed below:

  • – Cedar Rapids Community School Foundation
  • – Clear Creek/Amana Community School Foundation
  • – Community Foundation of NE Iowa for Valley Lutheran School
  • – Davenport Schools Foundation
  • – Grinnell - Newburg School Foundation
  • – Heritage Christian School
  • – Iowa City Regina Foundation
  • – Iowa City Community School District Foundation
  • – Linn Mar School Foundation
  • – Marion Independent School District Foundation
  • – Prairie School Foundation
  • – Solon Education Foundation
  • – Willowwind School
  • – Xavier School Foundation
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What goes into your Credit Score?

Data from your credit report goes into five major categories that make up a FICO score: Payment History, Amounts Owed, Length of Credit History, Types of Credit Used, and New Credit. The scoring model weighs some factors more heavily than others. Click here to learn more

Alerts for your Debit and Credit Cards

UICCU offers real-time text alerts for your debit and credit cards. Activity Alerts keep your account secure by notifying you when your card is used for a large amount, an international transaction, declined, or for an online purchase. Fraud Alerts notify you if a suspicious charge is detected by sending a text to confirm the transaction. These services are free and enrollment is easy. Learn more about free Activity Alerts and Fraud Alerts.

Refer a friend for a $50 cash bonus

We always appreciate the opportunity to serve your friends, so we created Refer a friend to open a checking account, auto loan or credit card and you each will be paid $50! The process takes just a few minutes.

*If you find a better advertised yield on a CD or IRA at a financial institution based on the counties we serve, UICCU will beat it. Guarantee available for a limited time only. Applies only to CDs or IRAs with comparable terms and conditions. Does not apply in those cases where the credit union does not offer a comparable product. Not available to public organizations or other financial institutions. Maximums apply.